It appears like individuals don’t have a ton of fun simply taking pictures of themselves any longer. Of late, we have seen a great deal of really odd photograph patterns and glimmer crowds. The outcome can be very fascinating, however more often than not you take a gander at something like this and say, “Why?!”
I have gathered the 9 most innovative trials.4
10. People “match” places
Users try to look for places that match their clothes perfectly, or they do it the other way around and choose clothes that match places. Quite often it looks very good. They tag such photos with #whenpeoplematchplaces.
9. Improvised shoes
Don’t even ask. People share photos of improvised shoes made of all sorts of things with the #heelconcept tag. This strange fashion is all over Instagram, and it started with the artist Misty Pollen.
8. The power of makeup
17/100 power of makeup Ну у меня не получилась значительная разница %) #makeup #sfx #crazymakeup #muafeatures #100daysofmakeupchallenge #thepowerofmakeup #nikkietutorials #transformation #facepaint #bodypaint #sfxmakeupartist #sfxmakeup #makeupartist #creepy #art #creepyvel #100daysofmakeup #creepyvel100daysofmakeup #artist #drawing #makeupart #horror #painting #creation #mua #specialeffects #specialeffectsmakeup
Everyone has seen photos before and after makeup, but girls have now come up with something new: they put makeup on one half of their face to demonstrate the difference. They use #thepowerofmakeup to mark such photos.
A shelfie is, roughly speaking, a photo of your shelf with the things that really mean a lot to you. Such a photo can demonstrate your hobbies to the world and describe your personality. It’s an interesting trend, don’t you think?
6. Total honesty Tuesday
Last week's trip both filled me with ideas and energy for writing and blogging, as well as a feeling of hopelessness and realizing how far I still am from my goals. So in celebration of #totalhonestytuesday I am taking a picture of me trying to make some plans, while also comforting myself with chocolate, tea, and x-files, because that's what my life looks like at the moment. #millennialblogger #mentalhealth #thetruthisoutthere
#totalhonestytuesday I have too much stuff, and I'm moving again. In the midst of trying to pack everything, I'm also trying to downsize and eliminate some of the unnecessary clutter. Guys, it's overwhelming. #clutter #trash #stuff #trash #moving #downsize #eliminate #overwhelmed #cleaning #cleanout #packing
Photos that are tagged with #totalhonestytuesday don’t really look beautiful, but they demonstrate real life the way it is.
People post their burned toast, their less-than-ideal manicure, and other things. They do it to remind us that our lives are not ideal, unlike typical Instagram photos.
5. Divorce selfie
The people who started the #divorceselfie trend can see humor even in the saddest situations — divorce, for example. They take these selfies right in the courthouse. At least they look happy.
4. Squat your dog
With this new trend, people do squats using a dog instead of a barbell. Do you want to do some squats with your dog too? Don’t forget to tag your photo with #squatyourdog.
3. Glitter beard
You have probably seen glitter on hair, lips, and under and above eyes. But it’s not only girls who want to look pretty — men have stormed social media with their glitter beards with the hashtag #glitterbeard.
2. Leisure dive
#leisuredive was created by a Harvard graduate. The point is that a person should dive in the most relaxed pose, and a photographer is supposed to catch the necessary moment.