It's not just stars that like the Face App! Social media users share VERY funny before and after a message while participating in the viral #agechallenge
- The latest #agechallenge went viral this week among social media users
- Social media users from all over the world tried FaceApp & # 39; s new & # 39; age filter & # 39;
- Many were horrified by photos of how they might look in the coming years
- New filter on popular app changes user appearance and adds wrinkles and shades of gray
This week celebrities, including Drake and Sam Smith, have made fans happy with pictures of what they will look like in the coming years.
And today, Twitter was flooded with snaps from social media users around the world, with FaceApp & # 39; s new & # 39; age filter & # 39; was tested as part of the newest viral #agechallenge.
The quirky app is famous for its funny filters, which allow users to change genders, lose years and, recently, add a few decades to their age – with the help of a few wrinkles and gray hair.
The results were shared with social media and users were equally shocked and amused by the results, with a joke: "Now I look like my mother!".
Another issue: & # 39; Do not know how others can look so good in old age! & # 39 ;, Between the influx of remarkably realistic snaps.
Today, Twitter was flooded with snaps from social media users around the world, and FaceApp tested & # 39; s new & # 39; age filter & # 39; as part of the newest viral #agechallenge. Katie now has a photo of herself, on the left and in the future, correct
Tonya posted a picture of herself now, left, and in the coming years, anyway, joke that the shock made her long for a doctor
Taylor Orns, pictured on the left, right now and immediately after the challenge, insisted on seeing the fun & # 39; before it was too late & # 39;
Meanwhile, K. Burton, jokingly faced with the challenge, joked that he looked like him for 75 years because he had an idea of what he might look like in the future
Blanca Evette posted a photo with her partner now, left, for tweeting & # 39; played me! & # 39; while she posted a picture of what they can look like in the future, right?
Namareg El-Mouadab laughed that she looked like her mother and posted a picture of her now, left and right, after using the app
Meanwhile, Ray did not look very bad on his photo and he showed how he can look in the future, good compared to now, left
& # 39; Young versus old! & # 39; Huzaifa Mansoor joked online and tried the outdated app and joined the viral challenge, seen left, now and in the future,
Elsewhere, seen from the left and right, Lexi was not dissatisfied with her results and she wrote & # 39; she an oldie but a sweetheart & # 39;
Lance Stewart posted a spicy topless photo of his torso, now left, and what it might look like in the future, right, adding: & Dudes like "I'm a senior!"
And an NHS worker, seen on the left, now, and how she could look in the future, right, questioned: & # 39; Not sure how everyone can look so good after their age! & # 39 ;, Between the influx of strikingly realistic snapshots
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