DIY apply photo retouching and digital makeup to your photos


We created these new face enhancing tools to add a little UMPH to your portrait photos. We did this so you can enhance the natural beauty that you already there because we know that too much touch up is a bad thing. Our tools include a combination of digital makeup and basic retouches for skin, face, lips, mouth, and eyes. This tutorial is going to show you a couple different ways to apply and touch up your photos including skin smoothing, wrinkle remover, eye shadow, lip tint, and teeth whitening. These tools allow you to give your selfies a total makeover!

Here is the original photo. Makeover time!1

Round 1:

We use Skin Smoothing to get rid of imperfections caused by photos taken too close up or with too much light. This will help skin look younger and healthier.QQ20140116-4

Round 2:

Wrinkle Remover knocks away any unwanted blemishes, crows feet, dimples, smile lines, or scars. It helps capture the youthful glow of your face.QQ20140116-5

Round 3:

We add on a little Eyeshadow because it matches her pink hair!QQ20140116-7

This is a little close-up of the eye shadow! K.O. is in sight!3-1

Round 4:

We add a little virtual lipstick to her mouth without even having to buy lipstick! Faster than going to Nordstrom’s for a makeover at the Mac counter, right?QQ20140116-8

Round 5:

Using the Teeth Whitening tool to give her that million dollar smile!QQ20140116-9

Is it over? 1..2..3..4..5… it’s a knock out! Total K.O.!Fotor0116175351

We hope you enjoyed Fotor’s new Beauty tools.  You can check them out on our website using this direct link. We hope you enjoy it!

-The Fotor Team


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nancy vargas

I love …. I want to try it right now!


nicely done! This has been so helpful! Thanks for sharing!! very accesible!

Mark Davis

This is a light version of Photoshop. The problem is that it takes up so much of my phones resources that I use it sparingly. Thanks for sharing.