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Types of Selfies

Brow Too Strong Face
Brow Too Strong Face

HD is the ultimate in the celebrity-like brow – as the No 1 salon brow brand in the UK, with clients including Rita Ora, Nicole Scherzinger, Ellie Goulding and Nick Grimshaw. It was set up in 2008 by The X Factor makeup artist Nilam Holmes Patel (Twitter handle: @EyebrowQueen) and became associated with the strong, glam brows seen on Towie.

Duck Face
Duck Face

Researchers analyzed 123 selfies taken from Sina Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site similar to Twitter, and had each person whose picture was analyzed complete a personality questionnaire. Meanwhile, the researchers noted whether the person pictured was doing things like making a duck face or looking at the camera.

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Fish Gape
Fish Gape

It's the cooler, more flattering replacement for the duck face, and it's called "fish gape." Whatever you want to call it, check out the selfie trend below. Whatever you want to call it, check out the selfie trend below.

Kissy Face
Kissy Face

Sparrow Face Basically a combo of a few of the flirtiest selfie faces, Sparrow Face shows off your gorgeous eyes and pout. To nail the look, just channel a baby bird: open your eyes wide and open your little beak like mama is about to feed you some food.

source: seventeen.com
Model Pout
Model Pout

Duck lips - the exaggerated pout favored by celebrities including Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen - has had its heyday. Now, a brand new bird-inspired pout is making its way to countless selfies.

Smize
Smize

How to squinch, teeg and smize: ... Student Photoshops himself into steamy selfies with Emily Ratajkowski - and some will make you do a double take

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Sparrow Face
Sparrow Face

"Sparrow Face" Is The New Duck Face BREAKING: Selfies will never be the same again.

source: buzzfeed.com
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Squinch
Squinch

For the past few years, Tyra Banks' famed "smizing" trick—smiling with your eyes—was the go-to move for looking instantly better in photos. But now, a new pose created by photographer Peter Hurley, the Squinch, is giving the Smize some serious competition.

source: seventeen.com