Modiface Virtual Makeover is an excellent app for those are serious about looking good. The rest of us will enjoy its many features as well. It’s free (amazingly) so there’s no excuse not to get this app.
Looking at the proportion of vulnerable apps, they found HTC’s Wildfire S to be the worst performer of pre-2012 devices, and LG’s Optimus P8880 the worst among post-2012 devices. Sony’s Experia Arc S and the HTC One X had the least, while Google’s Nexus 4 in particular performed well here.
Being able to transform into a creature, either real or imagined, has long be a stable of folklore for many cultures around the world. Heck, I wanted to grow wings and take off. Just thought it’d be cool to do. In my heart of hearts I still do.
While you can play with it, this app isn’t a toy. For those who are serious about their looks and want to see how much difference subtle changes in color, application, and contrasts can make, this app can be a serious money saving tool.
Once selected you can size and rotate the tat and position it where ever you want. You can also flip, reverse, and change the tat’s color. Grab and paste as many tats as you need, they are applied as layers so one won’t affect the other. Unfortunately you can’t distort the tat to make fit a body contour, but the results are good enough for you to see how it’ll look before you go under the needle.
I’ve always wanted a tattoo, but could never decide what to get. For me, a tattoo should make a personal statement about you, so the design you select has to really say something. Remember, it’s permanent. Which is why I still don’t have a tattoo.