Selfie Shave

Selfie Shave

Selfies are a popular and easy way of having fun and saving and sharing memories. Yet with time they tend to become a little boring. Don’t you want a way in which you can take your own selfie and then modify it in various ways? Now you can do that thanks to a free Android app called Selfie Shave!

The name of the app says it all – you have to first choose a hair/beard/moustache style and then take a selfie of yourself with the hair applied to your face. The real surprise comes when the app processes the image you have taken – you will see yourself hairy, stinky and covered in pimples. The goal is simple – make your face clean and shiny by using a number of tools. Of course you have to apply the tools in order to achieve the final effect so be careful.

The game offers fun visual graphical and sound effects and you can easily say it targets children and adolescent girls. There isn’t much else to say about this app except that it is one of the many “fixing” games with the addition of a snapshot feature too. It will keep kids occupied and having fun but it is definitely not for older gamers.

Selfie Shave can be seen online on Google Play here.

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