VSCO girl is a term, generally used as an insult, for a young, usually white woman who posts trendy pictures of herself edited on the app VSCO.
Named after the VSCO photography app, VSCO girls "dress and act in a way that is nearly indistinguishable from one another", using oversized T-shirts, sweatshirts or sweaters, Fjällräven Kankens, scrunchies, Hydro Flasks, Crocs, Pura Vida bracelets, instant cameras, Carmex, metal straws, friendship bracelets, ...
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VSCO, a social media app used to take, edit and share photos, has brought out the more creative side to photography and editing skills. Instagram is also a social media app used to take, edit and share photos. However, Instagram is directed to people of all ages rather than VSCO, which is more for teenagers/adults.
Unlike most social media platforms, VSCO does not have like or comment features. Users also can't see who is following them. Many have praised the app for taking a step away from the social media culture of counting likes and followers, as they believe it takes away some of the stress of posting.
Instagram is used more as an app for sharing while VSCO is used more for editing pictures and creating portfolios of pictures, called Journals. Since the VSCO Girl craze last summer, the fad increased the popularity of the VSCO app making it more favorable to the public over Instagram.
The app has been around since 2011, but only recently started making headlines. It now has 40 million monthly users and 20 million weekly active users. VSCO's subscription service, which launched in 2017, surpassed 2 million subscribers at the end of 2018 and was on pace to nearly double in 2019, Inouye notes.
You will need to re-follow the user by tapping on Follow on their VSCO Profile. The user will not be notified they were unblocked, but will be notified that they were followed by you. The user will now be able to follow you, message you and interact with your content again.
Yes. But only with people who are mutually following each other. This is different and safer than Instagram, which allows anyone to DM anyone else, even if they have a private account.
The idea behind VSCO is to post pictures of your daily life. The founders made it so that users can not see likes or comments on pictures posted. They didn't want the whole app to be defined by how many likes someone gets. The pictures you post on VSCO are a snapshot of your life.
When you favorite an image, the image will save to your Favorites collection and a notification will be sent to the owner of the image. ... VSCO does not publicly show how many people favorited your images, your follower count or how many people republished your image.
Why Do Teens Use VSCO? Unlike Instagram, VSCO is largely anonymous. You can't see if a photo is “popular,” nor which user has a large following.
VSCO's terms of service do not allow users under 13, so the app should be blocked for anybody under that age by parental control software.
Your VSCO profile is public. While someone may not be able to interact with you or your content after you have blocked them, blocking doesn't prevent them from seeing your VSCO Profile or images. VSCO does not offer the option to make a profile private at this time.