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Best editing apps for fashion and beauty bloggers / instagrammers

best editing apps for influencers

I have been a content creator for more than 4 years. I was a proud instagram member before the algorithm disaster and a facebook user before the drop of popularity that became apparent almost two years ago. As I am writing these lines I can't shake off the idea of how easy my online "life" would have been if certain apps and features were available when I started blogging. Back then (it seems like ages ago) excessive editing wasn't the case. Yes, most of us were retouching our photos to get the best results but the means to do it were limited to photoshop and occasionally lightroom. Nowadays there is literally an application for everything and even though overly edited photos is something I personally don't like that much, having the opportunity to fix a few flaws in your photos with one tap surely comes in handy. With no further ado, here are the apps that make my job as a content creator a lot easier. 

Best photo editing apps :

1. I am sure most of you are familiar with this app since it's probably one of the most popular ones for all types of Instagrammers. Vsco has a variety of free and paid filters that come very handy if you wish to edit snaps from your phone quick and easily. You can also change the saturation, tint, brightness, contrast of an image with a few taps, and save it in your VSCO gallery for later use.

2.Snapseed: This is the app I personally choose to use more often. You can consider it as the updated version of VSCO where more complicated edits can be applied to your image. Apart from the various filters, you can adjust more than 20 elements in your photo like the composition,  white balance, perspective and you can even clear up flaws on your skin and background with the "healing" tool. If you aren't familiar with photoshop this app will definitely help you a lot. 

3. Afterlight: Not as complex or advanced as Snapseed After light is the app to use if you want to recreate the popular"dusty" effect most Instagrammers use these days. I personally use this app for the lighting and flare effects that you most probably have noticed on my Instagram feed over the last few months. 

4. Makeup Plus: The name of this app is very explanatory. You can use this app to fix flaws on your makeup or "put on" a few faces of makeup. There are more than 20 lipstick and makeup colors, contouring techniques, and eyelashes to apply to your selfies. You can even change the color of your hair, apply contact lenses, and change the shape of your eyelids.

5. Plotaverse:  Explaining what this app can do is a little hard but definitely more fun and exciting than the rest I mentioned above. Plotaverse is the app to create motion art loops. With a little bit of practice, you will be able to create "moving images" in which certain elements will be still and others (like the clouds, sky, smoke, cars will be moving). Here is an example of a better understanding.

6.Preview: This might not be an editing app but it will definitely save you time and help you be more organized. Preview will help you create the perfect Instagram layout. With an interface exactly the same as Instagram you can upload your photos, drag and drop them to rearrange, and decide which color scheme fits best with your pre-existing content. You will also be able to find the best Instagram hashtags for your posts inside the app, put them in a group, and save them for later use. 


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