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Best Make up filters on Instagram

The advent of Instagram’s make-up filters has greatly revolutionized how we tell stories on social media. With Instagram filters, you can easily modify your appearance by adding various effects. Whether you want to add physical makeup like mascara, eyeliner, lipstick, and many others, you can do that easily thanks to Instagram filters.
Therefore, if you want to spice up your posts and videos on Instagram, then it’s high time you consider trying out these filters.

Tokyo is one of the most popular blacks and white filters embraced by many Instagram users. With the Tokyo filter, you can easily improve your Instagram stories by dousing the picture colors. Additionally, the filter is ideal for adding bright whites and creative shadows to your Instagram stories.

Besides adding sunglasses to an image, the sunglasses filter adds a warm tint to the glasses. As such, the filter makes your story look like a warm summer day. In the case where you don't have a human subject in an image, you can still apply the effect without the shades.

Prism light
If you want a rainbow effect for landscapes and the sky, then you can consider using this Instagram feature. With prism light, you can easily transform a dark landscape image with either a rainbow-tinted light or a horizontal beam. The feature is ideal in images that lack strong subject focus. Just like that, you can add the wow effect to your image.

Just the way the name sounds, you can easily add glitter to your image. You can easily use the glitter filter to highlight your story frame with yellow pricks of light that fade. The feature is perfect for use where you want to highlight a new hairstyle, an adorable kitten, or your favorite dessert

Clarendon is another popular filter that you can use to add a wow effect to everything. The popularity of this Instagram filter is attributed to high contrast and oversaturated features. While skin tones remain normal, the Clarendon filter adds an appealing wow effect to an image. If you have no idea about the type of filter you should use to improve your image, Clarendon is a perfect choice.

Whether you want to showcase your cooking skills or improve the appearance of street scenes, Juno is an ideal choice. For example, if you have no intention of altering the original image of your shot, then you need Juno. This is because Juno comes with a natural outlook that makes it easier to transform images without altering the original appearance. Further, to intensify warmer tones in a photoshoot like a city streetscape, colorful scenes or picnics, then Juno is an ideal option.

The rise filter is an ideal filter that you can use to offer a perfect dose of morning sunshine. The filter adds a warm glow to your photography. As such the filter is ideal for use in improving the appearance of portraits and selfies.

If you intend to highlight your subject in your photography, then Sutro is an ideal option. Besides adding highlights on the center of an image, Sutro adds drama to dark elements like storm clouds. In that case, Sutro is perfect for use in moody travel photography.

Hefe is an ideal Instagram filter that you can use to improve landscape photography. Although not a subtle filter, it is ideal in adding drama to flat scenes. This makes images appear a bit sharper and more saturated with deeper shadows.

The filter can perfectly provide perfect mountain portraits like towering skyscrapers, mountains, setting sun, etc.

You can look exceptionally great on Instagram by using the Oslo filter. If you are struggling to take striking selfies then it’s high time you consider trying our Oslo in your images. In addition to improving the skin tone, it creates a contrast on an image making it look subtle and natural.

On the other hand, Oslo can be used in improving food images, landscapes, and street scenes. Whichever pleases you, you can always use Oslo to give your image a striking outlook.

So how do you apply Instagram's story features to an image?
With 11 story filters available on Instagram, you can easily choose the one that pleases you. The bottom line is ensuring the type of filter you select is appropriate for your story. Remember using the wrong filter can ruin the intention you intend to achieve with your image.

Here is how to access the filters.
A. Open the story
B. Select a video or image
C. Swipe from right to left

After selecting a video or image that you like, you can share it with your friends.

A point you need to note is that each Instagram is named after various cities Worldwide. While Oslo and Tokyo are highly popular among most Instagram users, you may be surprised that some people still find Melbourn and Paris a perfect filter for their stories. Otherwise, you can explore as many filters as you wish to choose the one that pleases you.

Generally, these filters add a touch to your images to make them more appealing. Whether you take poor shots or have a poor camera, these filters can make things easy for you. All you need is first-hand information on how to use them so that you may not ruin your storytelling experience.

Storytelling remains one of the most interesting aspects of social media. Everyone wants to tell a story either through an image or video. While this may sound interesting for many, poor images and low-quality videos can ruin your story.

Most people would rather scroll to the next video or image if it doesn't please them. It is against this backdrop that Instagram's features are ideal in revamping and retooling the social media experience for many. Are you a storyteller not good at editing? If yes then why not try out Instagram's features.

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