This page contains frequently asked questions and information. We hope it will help you get the most out of Pinkmirror.

Quick Help

Step 1: Browse your photo to upload.
Step 2: Select all coordinates.
Step 3: Wait for PinkMirror to complete retouching.
Step 4: Then you can see the retouched photo.
Step 5: Tweak the retouching effect to your taste.
Step 6: Align the points if needed.
Step 7: Repeat tweaking until you like the result.


1. How to save the image?

  • It is easy to save the photo. You can either post your photo to facebook or download directly into your harddisk. Posting to facebook is totally free. Once you retouched your photo, kindly scroll down to the bottom of the page where you can see the button "Post to Facebook" as shown in the picture below. Kindly click on the button and give necessary permissions to the facebook to post onto your wall.
  • For downloading to your harddisk or PC, you have to use premium points.

2. Can I get the photo in high resolution?

  • For downloading high resolution photo to your harddisk or PC, you should have premium points.

3. Do I have to install any software?

  • No. The only thing you need is a web-browser and your portrait photos. You won't even have to download anything. Every thing is handled directly on our servers.

4. Can I retouch Two faces in one picture?

  • You have to retouch one face at a time. If you have to retouch two faces, retouch the first face and download the resulted photo. Then upload the photo again to retouch the second face. We understood it is not very easy to do this. In near future we will update db_users to support this.

5. Why "face lift" is disabled?

  • Kindly make sure you are looking straight into the camera.

6. How can I make payment?

  • You can make payment using any credit card with VISA/MASTER affiliation. All the payment is through the popular payment portal PAYPAL. However you cannot make direct cash payment.

7. What is the difference between web quality and print quality photos?

  • Web resolution is a maximum of 800x800 pixels, Print resolution is 1600x1600 and Full resolution is 3200x3200. Web resolution is good enough to create a profile photo for your id, facebook, etc and also is the cheapest option among all. For printing a 8x5 photo by yourself, web resolution is not sufficient. You need to go for Print resolution or Full resolution.

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