Months after Snapchat released its Coachella flower crown filter, users are still head over heels in love with it. For one, it’s a prettifying filter that smooths out skin imperfections such as blemishes and discolorations. It also adds a little glimmer to the eye, almost similar to that look you get when you’re reeling on a new crush. And, of course, it superimposes a gorgeous flower crown on your head which makes you look like you’ve gone to Coachella minus the non-stop music, whole day of sweating, and expensive food. (It’s a bit absurd that music festivals have become synonymous to flower crowns, but let’s not talk about that right now.) The Coachella flower crown filter is still one of the most used filters, with a huge percentage of users being females, and a small percentage being males who either want to prank their Snapchat friends or want to know how it feels like to be all pretty and made up. Some users, however, are disappointed by this prettifying filter, claiming that the app sees the ridiculous need to lighten the skin in order to make the user more attractive. There are also feisty users that feel like Snapchat validates their insecurities over their imperfections. A good number of users do feel that these kind of people have to take a chill pill and just have fun with the filters. What do our feline friends have to say about all this? Well, cats cannot be any happier that their tiny paws wouldn’t allow them to hold smart phones. This spares them from getting caught in the middle of this filter intrigues. Plus, the Snapchat Coachella flower crown filter got nothing on these alluring cats wearing fresh flower crowns.
1. Is anybody else freaking out at how this cat seems to be wearing the most perfect eyeliner that beautifully complements the pink and deep red rose crown?