Hey, guys! It’s been a while since I wrote any tutorial, and your patience has paid off because of the introduction of brand new Photoshop 2015.5. Yes, it’s 2016 and I am also wondering why Adobe didn’t go with 2016 in its name. But let’s not go deep into it. It’s a multi-billion dollar company, and I know there must be some reason behind this name. Let’s get directly into the brand new Face Liquify Tool in Photoshop.
Before we go further, let me show you the Before and After photo.
Step 1: Open Liquify Tool
After opening you photo, the first thing you need to do is to open the Liquify tool. You can do it by either going to Filter>Liquify or by pressing Cmd+Shift+X/Ctrl+Shift+X.
The first thing that you need to do after that is to choose Face Tool or press A.
You’ll noticed two beautiful lines surrounding the face.