Fitness blogger Julia Dang, who recently launched a new fitness app, “FaceTime” (pictured above), has made the move to Facebook to offer users a better experience.
Dang has started a new Facebook page, FaceTime Latina , which allows her users to choose between the facial and natural look for photos.
“You can pick one or the other,” she told The Next Post in an email.
“The goal is to make it a little easier for everyone.”
Dang said the app is a work in progress.
“I’ve been experimenting with different facial expressions and hairstyles.
There are no ‘correct’ hairstyles yet, but I’m definitely going to make sure to make some improvements in the future,” she wrote.
“If you’re new to facialized selfies, it can be a little difficult to follow all the different styles.
I’ve seen a lot of people using facial expressions to get the most out of their selfies, but it’s not easy.”
The app will also feature a “facializer,” which lets users create facial photos in the app and then upload them to their Facebook account.
Users can choose the facial face for their photos, choose from more than 10 facial expressions, and choose how they want to show their friends.
“If you want to see the difference between a natural and facialized face, you can click on the f-stop option and turn on a ‘flattering face,'” she wrote, adding that the app also features a “flattering lip” feature.
DANG’S FACEBOOK PAGE FOR FACE TIME FACE TIME Latina Dangerous Beauty (pictured below) features a “beauty filter” that lets users choose their favorite face, lip, and face shape.
“We’re going to try to include as many natural and exaggerated facial expressions as we can, along with a few more exotic and ridiculous,” she said.
“When you have a few hours to spare, you’ll be able to see how each of these looks on your own.”
While the new app is free for users, Dang’s Facebook page will allow her to monetize her new creation by selling stickers, which can be used to pay for cosmetic items.
“With our new app, I want to make FaceTime into something I can share and have people pay for,” she explained.
“In a lot more ways than just the selfie, I’m trying to take this into the world.”