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Something about that portrait you snapped just isn't cutting it.
Maybe it's that pesky blemish, stubble or unruly strand of hair that's trying to ruin your pic again. But fear not, the people from Lightricks Ltd. are making your photo-editing needs easier (and cheaper). Meet Facetune, which at time of writing was ranked number three on the App Store's top paid apps chart. The program allows you to touch up your portraits with intuitive tools 'previously reserved for the pros.'
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The app allows you to smooth skin, remove stray hairs, implant or color hairs, clear away imperfections, and remove red-eye and white-eye effects, among other features, with an array of editing tools (screenshots above) — the goal here, essentially, is to make your face look better.
You can also use Facetune to dress up your shots with a smorgasbord of filters, and, as usual, you can push the pics to your social media platforms with the app's sharing options. Check out the videos (above and below, with more here) for tutorials.
Facetune told Mashable that the developers are going to host a photo competition directly from their Facebook page. The rules, per Lightricks CEO Zeev Farbman, are simple: Any portrait image is welcome, as long as the editing is done on an iPhone and Facetune is part of the pipeline. Among the 10 images with the highest number of likes, a jury will select the two top images. First prize is an iPad and second is an iPad mini. The jury will include creatives who are working with Lightricks — here is one%20--%20and%20the%20contest%20will%20run%20for%20three%20weeks,%20from%20June%2023%20to%20July%2014.%0D%0A%0D%0A
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Facetune is currently available to iPhone users for a $2.99 download in the App Store.
What do you think about this touch-up wizard? Do you think it's worth dropping in your shopping cart? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
Images, video courtesy of Lightricks Ltd.; Mashable composite