Do you remember the puking rainbow lens on Snapchat?
You probably do, since it was one of the most entertaining Snapchat lenses in 2015.
Although many years have passed, users still can’t get enough of the puking rainbow lens on Snapchat.
The lens makes users’ eyes appear bigger, giving them a caricature-like appearance, and once they open their mouths, rainbow splashes appear.
Although the effect was pretty popular amongst users, there was a specific point in time when Snapchat decided to remove the lens.
This left a lot of users disappointed, as many quite genuinely enjoyed using it.
But we are here to give you the good news - the puking Snapchat lens is back, and in this post, we will show you how to find it.
Searching for the puking effect on Snapchat requires following the same steps as with any other filter on Snapchat.
Since Snapchat was the first app to introduce stories, many iconic effects and filters first came from this app.
The puppy filter, the freckles on the face, and the butterfly lens are just a few of the filters users enjoyed playing around with.
Sadly, some of these lenses were unavailable for a certain period of time, and many users needed to use Instagram and TikTok to find a proper substitute for some of the most popular Snapchat lenses.
However, the lenses are available again, and here is a list of links you can use to find the lenses again. Click on each title to find the lens.
Keep in mind that each lens can be unlocked for 48 hours.
If you are viewing these links from a computer, send them to yourself through some supported apps like Facebook Messenger, Pinterest, WhatsApp, Reddit, Twitter, or via email.
Click on the link and tap on ‘Open in Snapchat’. The message that will appear on your screen will prompt you to unlock the lens for 48 hours.
Hold your finger on the screen to record a Snap and send it to your friends.
Snapchat lenses are never-ending fun.
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