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Selfies are becoming an increasingly popular force throughout the world, dominating social media channels. Statistics state selfies are predominantly used by people aged from 18-24 with apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter being the main output.
It seems as though the term selfie has been used forever, but it was only in 2013 when it was officially added to Oxford Dictionaries. Not to mention the countless celebrity selfies we have had from various different events and it has even been included in Time magazines “Top 10 buzzwords” of 2012. The progression of the word ‘selfie’ has seen development of selfie sticks and even the Zuckerberg Selfie Stick.
The selfie craze is only beginning and we take a look into three selfie accessories you didn’t know existed! Continue reading →
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