Mobile Apps - capture whatever you need
Whatever you capture using the app will automatically save into your camera roll, then youll need to manually upload it to your social media site of choice.
Whatever you capture using the app will automatically save into your camera roll, then you'll need to manually upload it to your social media site of choice.
Eva Chen, Instagram's head of fashion partnerships, uses kirakira+ in many of her Instagram videos. Eva Chen/Instagram While scrolling through my Instagram feed over the past few weeks, I've noticed a trend: Celebrities, fashion bloggers, and makeup artists have all started adding real-time, changeable sparkles to their videos.
Often reserved for videos of sequined dresses, glitter eye-shadow, or bedazzled high heels, the effect isn't an Instagram filter, it isn't reserved for Instagram stories, and it's not a feature of any photo editing apps I'm familiar with.
I was left to wonder: what was this magical app, and how could I get it?
Luckily, I didn't have to look far.
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