transforming it into a classic princess
The newest internet craze involves utilising the app Lensa AI, a brand new way of making your selfies look better than ever and Pakistani celebrities have gotten in on the action.
This trend allows users to retouch photos through the use of AI, transforming regular photos into works of art.
Pakistani stars are completely in love with the app, with many posting their photographic creations online.
Mahira Khan, Humaima Malick, Amar Khan and Ali Zafar are just a few of the stars who have joined the Lensa bandwagon.
We look at their creations.
Mahira Khan was one of the first stars to give the app a go.
The Legend of Maula Jatt star used a picture of her Mukhoo Jattni character, transforming it into a classic princess by dusting gold on her braided hair and wearing massive gold necklaces.
The series of photos posted to Instagram also contained close-ups of herself wearing an off-the-shoulder outfit, complemented by braided hair.
Humaima Malick posted a series of vibrant painting-like photos on Instagram with the caption “tasveer (portrait)” and a kiss emoji.
Humaima was in the mood for more creative variants than regal princess looks.
In a series of portraits, her hair was shown in loose curls and a low relaxed bun.
She also shared a Lensa photo of herself wearing a white blouse and golden drop earrings with the song ‘Dream a Little Dream of Me’ by Doris Day playing in the background.
The celebrity wrote: “Dream I am, and that a lovely one.”
Amar Khan shared several images of herself dressed as other avatars.
This included an Egyptian goddess, a superhero and a flowery princess.
The writer-actress of Dum Mastam was clearly a fan of Lensa AI, saying that AI “tends to paint some fun portraits”.
‘Jhoom’ singer Ali Zafar, who is known for his eccentric wardrobe choices, opted for a more contemporary persona.
He shared a portrait of himself to Instagram that had been altered to include bright pink hair and green eyes.
How does Lensa AI work?
The app instructs users to submit a minimum of 10 pictures of themselves after creating an account.
The software encourages users to incorporate as many facial characteristics, attitudes and perspectives as they can in their shots.
This is due to the fact that the more images you post, the more diversified your photos will appear.
Then, the app needs some time to create the avatars.
People are having a lot of fun playing with different styles since it’s a quick method to turn live photographs into digital portraits.
The annual membership fee for Lensa AI is £36.99, however, you may choose to sign up for a seven-day free trial to save 50% on their services.
Fifty avatars are available for £2.49, 100 for £3.99, and 200 for £6.99 with the discount.