Chinning Is The Answer To Those “Perfect" Social Media Photos.
Have you ever heard of chinning? It's the latest rage in social media photo taking. It involves someone standing in front of a beautiful landscape or building and then leaning back, exposing the chin and it looks absolutely hilarious. But there's more to it than that. It's not just some fad that someone's come up with to look interesting. A passionate traveler by the name of Michelle Liu wanted to break down the walls of the conventional ill-perceived notion of perfection with the ultimate head tilt. Now, when it comes to selfies, it seems like chinning may become the latest trend across social media.
21-year-old Michelle Liu has been chinning since middle school, high school, and college!
Since it entertained her friends so much, she decided she'd continue her chinning tradition when she started traveling to exotic places like Paris, France.
Michelle's never been obsessed about taking the perfect shot when she's out and about.
Even in Prague, Czech Republic, she proved that you really don't need to take yourself so serious on social media. Clearly, she's totally comfortable in her own skin since she began traveling in September 2016.
She wants to chin-ify that her selfies aren't just selfies anymore.
She calls them chinfies, and with the use of a selfie stick and her iPhone, she's been chinning all over the place, like when she visited the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.
Naturally, she gets a few odd looks when strangers catch her chinning.
But when you're in Amsterdam, Netherlands, you simply have to take a "dam" good chinfie no matter what. Fortunately, Michelle doesn't mind the shocked or confused looks on people's faces.
Most people would consider chinning too unflattering to post on Instagram.
Michelle on the other hand is a girl who just wants to have fun in Beijing, China. But best of all, she never has to worry about wasting time using Photoshop to fix things, because she loves everything about herself.
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