A new Snapchat lens has arrived, it is face swap lens filter. You can swap your face with your friend, animal, your pet, or anything that has a face which is gonna be creepy, but it’s fun, so why don’t we try to do it.
Snapchat recently released a lot of updates like birthday filter and on-demand Geofilter. A few days later. Snapchat released a face swap lens. Every day there is always a new lens for Snapchat. Although paid Snapchat lenses fail to provide great provits for Snapchat so they shuted it down, Snapchat lenses still fun to do. We remember the first time they release Snapchat lenses with that weird rainbow puke face with big eyes, i think that is more creepy than cute or funny. Face swap lens is even much more creepy or scary if you take a picture with your pet or poster of Hitler. Here’s how to do it
How to Make Snapchat Face Swap Lens
Whenever you hear anything new from Snapchat, you should immediately update your Snapchat app to go jump in the fun, so update your Snapchat app to use face swap lens.
Launch the Snapchat app and switch to front-facing camera, it’s a lot easier to do it while viewing your own face. Take your friend, pet, poster, or anything with a face beside you.
Tap and hold on the screen until the new lenses comes out. Choose the face swap lens, it’s two smiling faces and arrows. Now get both of your faces inside of the two smiley faces on the screen until your faces recognized and they will be swapped.
There are some pictures from Snapchat users on twitter that already using this lens, check this out:
this new snapchat face swap filter is the most terrifying thing ive ever seen pic.twitter.com/Mb3xQ9sgER
— Baked Alaska (@bakedalaska) February 26, 2016
Don’t have a friend to make a selfie together? don’t mind
— The Next Web (@TheNextWeb) February 27, 2016
Having fun with your best friends
I TRIED THE FACE SWAP FILTER ON SNAPCHAT W MY DOG AND pic.twitter.com/84qQwPGDGR
— olivia | TODAY (@DRlVENORTH) February 26, 2016
Wow, you guys looks identical
SNAPCHAT’S BEST FILTER: FACESWAP??? pic.twitter.com/72L0SNKLqy
— Pam Jobin (@PamJobin) February 26, 2016