Remove eyebrow lens got rejected

  • Remember to email support they actually take care of it, if it's falsely rejected.

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  • ItzJustSamu good idea, thanks!

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  • Support did not answer yet :/

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  • Not much people managing support that’s why but they’ll get to you soon

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  • They said its inappropiate, i mean its just facial hair and they also have an official for beard removal :/

    Hmm i guess its just how it is, i will change the lens then.

    Thanks for helping

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  • Yea I like totally agree I said that myself they use the hair template themselves so it should be fine for the creators to use it.

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  • True , Snapchat even has a bald head lens, which is also just facial hair removed.

    I just updated it with buttons. But still got rejected because the eyebrows can are not shown for a short time.

    I guess i have to add like a tap to change then :/  

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  • I just read this on the lensstudio website :/

    "The Eyebrow Removal and Additions template allows you to remove the user's eyebrows, or add custom eyebrows based on a 2D image of an eyebrow shape."

    It can be found here.

    But i still wasnt allowed to make a eyebrow removal lens xD.

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