Instagram users are obsessed with the Cute Baby Face Filter, but it’s getting a bit of backlash online. If you want to give it a try, here’s how to get it.
Lots of people use filters on their Instagram photos to enhance their beauty, blur out their skin, and generally increase their confidence when posting on social media. However, we are in an age now where many have become too scared to show their real face, and have become completely obsessed with using filters.
One popular filter on Instagram right now is the Cute Baby Face Filter, which changes the way you look by taking away any imperfections on your face. However, it’s under fire after many Twitter users have argued it distorts your face too much.
Give it a try and see what you think – here’s how to find it.
What is Instagram’s Cute Baby Face Filter?
Instagram users are always bringing out brand new filters to use when uploading photos and videos to your Story. But sometimes, it’s actually the old filters that remain the most popular.
The Cute Baby Face Filter is one that’s existed on the app for quite a long time, but it still remains a firm favourite among social media users.
It’s one of Instagram’s beauty filters, and when applied, it smooths your skin, enhances your eyes and adds small sparkles, hiding any visible imperfections when uploading things to your Story.
How to get the Cute Baby Face Filter on Instagram
- Open Instagram and click on ‘Your Story’ to add to your Instagram Story.
- Slide through all the filters at the bottom to the last one, a magnifying glass icon.
- Click on this and press the magnifying glass in the top right-hand corner to bring up the search bar.
- Search the username ‘sasha_soul_art’.
- Find the filter called ‘pure baby face’. This used to be called ‘cute baby face’ but the name has simply changed.
- Press ‘try it’.
The Cute Baby Face Filter gets backlash on Twitter
The popular filter has always had a lot of backlash on Twitter, as social media users think it distorts your real face too much and lures people into a false sense of reality.
One Twitter user said: “The insta filter named ‘cute baby face’ just doesn’t sit right with me.”
“I have a personal vendetta against the cute baby face filter on Instagram like I hate how distorting it is with a burning passion,” said another.