And spoke to other users to find out why they "tune" their selfies.
Why are women with facial filler still editing their faces in photos with Facetune and similar apps?
Plenty of Fish just announced a ban on profile photos that use popular filters from social media.
According to the trans women I spoke to for this story, retouching selfies with Facetune isn't necessarily about being more beautiful. It's about reclaiming the narratives of trans bodies.
What does it mean to look like yourself on the internet anymore?