In recent weeks snapchat has begun producing and releasing more realistic snapchat lenses. These realistic snapchat lenses are much more realistic than the typical snapchat lenses that we have seen in the past. The first realistic snapchat lens was the thick make up snapchat lens. The second realistic snapchat lens released was the panda eating bamboo snapchat lens. This lens allows you to turn yourself into a panda eating bamboo. This lens works kind of like a mask and is very realistic if you take the time to align the lens correctly. Some people believe that the panda lens is so realistic it is creepy looking. Below you will find a description of the panda eating bamboo snapchat lens.
Panda Eating Bamboo Snapchat Lens Overview
The panda eating bamboo snapchat lens allows any snapchat user to turn themselves into a cute little panda. Well not little, pandas are pretty big. The lens accomplishes this by covering the snapchat users face with a sort of panda mask that tracks the movements of your facial features; allowing the mask to follow all of the movements your face makes. The panda eating bamboo snapchat lens consists of a bunch of bamboo plants at the bottom of the lens. The lens also consists of a pair of black ears that stick out on top of your head. It also uses a lens that makes the background of the lens black and white. The lens also covers your face with a sort of panda mask. The mask can track the movements of your mouth which allows you to create facial expressions with the mask. The lens will automatically adjust the mask so it looks like the panda is moving its mouth just as a live one would. When you open your mouth, the inside of your mouth is natural color and you can see your tongue and teeth inside the panda’s mouth. Opening your mouth also activates the lens. When you activate the panda eating bamboo snapchat lens, a realistic looking panda paw will carry a few bamboo leaves from the little grove of bamboo at the bottom of the lens, to the panda’s mouth.
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