Face filters on Instagram and Snapchat are by far the most common use of augmented reality to date. We've already spent years contorting our faces, circling them in butterflies, or pinning stuff on our heads to find out which Disney villain represents us the best. However, that wasn't until I got my hands on the new section iPad Pro and I played with the Face Paint function in Procreate which I made at how easy it is to make your own facial filter. So I made a video about it, which you can watch above. Now you don 't need iPad Pro or Procreate to do so. It 's just for a little more flair. You do however need a Facebook account. Facebook is creating a free desktop app called Spark AR Studio. You can do all kinds of things with Spark AR, the vast majority of which I haven't tried yet. Spark AR has teamed up with 3D modeling platform Sketchfab to deliver a ton of free AR assets. With a live preview of your face and with just a few clicks, you can try on steampunk goggles or hang out next to a piranha plant from Super Mario. I took this picture to show you my demented butterfly. The hair is just a bonus. Nic Golden Henry / Learn how it all works in the video above. If you're interested, I also spent a day seeing just what the new iPad Pro can do with a single charge. Watch it here: Now playing: Watch this: Create your own Instagram face filter 10:35 Mobile Discover the latest news and the best reviews on smartphones and operators from the mobile experts of.