A traditional, self-enforced “glow up” typically involves gym memberships, eight-step skincare regimes and fillers. But according to a growing number of TikTok and YouTube users, these days, all you need to do is simply will hotness into existence.
THE FACE explores the weird and not-so-wonderful changes to daily life after a year on plague planet.
2020 in review: Due to a precarious economy, Covid safety measures and irrepressible lockdown horniness, the site enjoyed a huge surge. It was only a matter of time before celebrities wanted a slice of the action.
Massive throwback accounts have been deleted or otherwise immobilised on the app. Now the rest of the nostalgia community is on the case.
From singing happy birthday to sending good luck wishes, £20 can get you a brief video encounter with some obscure VIP personalities.