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Emily Buffi's Favorite Apps and Tools for Instagram

Jamie Newman | February 27, 2019 | 9:58 AM
Emily Buffi's signature, cohesive vibe has earned her the attention of brands, feature pages and more!

Artist Connective member Emily Buffi (@buffithehairslayer) is stopping thumbs left and right with her cool, cohesive Instagram aesthetic that pays homage to the '90s. She shares the top three tools she uses to create her signature vibe on her feed and in her stories. 

FOR THE FEED: VSCO

"It's the best editing app EVER," Buffi says. "You can make [overlay and editing] formulas and save them, making editing super easy and cohesive."

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No need to do a double-take. YES I have posted this style before. However, this is a different angle. 🙃 ▾ I often get asked for more views of the same look. This hair was probably the most requested + it made me think... ▾ Why post just one photo of the hard work you put into something you love so much?? I struggle with choosing the PERFECT PHOTO often. Knowing I can post more than one gives me a bit more creative freedom. 👽⚡️ ▾ I’ll keep them random so my overall style won’t change but if you see something you like just make sure to #staytuned. ▾ @uniwigs (code : “buffi” for 20% off) ▾ ▾ ▾ ▾ ▾ ▾ ▾ #photopickingproblems #foreverafishtaillover #itsfestivalseasonsomewhere ##mermaidhair #modernsalon #artistconnective #kenra #kreate #randco #uniwigs #cosmoprofbeauty #licensedtocreate #saloncentric #ittakesapro #behindthechair #americansalon #hairdostylist #2018contest #hairoftheday #crueltyfree #freelancehairstylist #deardiary #youthinkyouknowbutyouhavenoidea #RI #earth #thankyouuniverse #buffithehairslayer

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FOR STORIES: Unfold

"It has a lot of options including Polaroid and film frames, which is feeds my '90s addiction!" Check out her stories for yourself here

FOR UNIQUE FONTS: Lingojam.com/FontsForInstagram

"One of the top three questions I get asked is: 'Where do you get your font?'" she says. "It’s not an app, but it’s what I use for my typewriter font."

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