February is the shortest month, but it's marked by the celebration of Black history and the celebration of romantic love.
After marking Black History Month and Valentine's Day in AR, you can also try out another ground-breaking filter from Snapchat's creative team and embody one of the hottest songs of 2020.
While we should all celebrate African-American culture year-round, as it stands, Black History Month is the ideal time to unlock this Lens.
The Black History King Lens by Kugali Media starts by overlaying a virtual crown on your head and rounded sunglasses over your eyes (with a button to the left to toggle the eyewear off and on). Tap the screen to swap headgear to a luxurious kufi cap.
For the ladies, Kugali Media has the Black History Queen Lens, which replicates the experience with feminine headwear and accessories.
Both Lenses are framed with a border proclaiming "Celebrate Black History." Try it out for yourself.
Who do you love? This Lens knows.
Sure, it's all random, but, if you believe in RNGesus, then give it shot, Cupid.
Will your Valentine's Day be a delight or a disaster? Snapchat can spoil the outcome for you.
Like the Who's My Valentine Lens, the 2021 Prediction Lens relies on random number generation to serve up a meme-based prediction.
What have we learned? Apparently love is random. So, test fate again and keep your fingers crossed.
While the Lens Studio community is generating volumes of fun AR experiences, Snapchat's own creations continue to set standards for cutting-edge AR effects.
The latest example we have for you is the Photo in Glasses Lens. The Lens places a pair of virtual sunglasses with mirrored tinting on your face — nothing new there. However, in this case, it also lets you pick a photo from your camera roll and insert it as a reflection in those glasses.
So, in these socially-distanced times, when your friends can't be there, you can make it look like they are.
Cardi B landed one of the top pop singles of 2020, and one of the most controversial, with "WAP." Now you can also appreciate the hit in AR.
The rapper has published the WAP Gloss Lens, which merges a radio-friendly clip of the hook from the song with some AR camera effects. The Lens overlays virtual makeup that emulates Cardi's music video aesthetics.
Also, drops of moisture and puffs of steam enter the screen because...well, if you don't know, I'm not going to tell you.
As the effects are virtual, there's no need for a bucket or a mop for this experience.
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