How to do the viral AI 90s yearbook trend taking over our feeds right now
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How to do the viral AI 90s yearbook trend taking over our feeds right now

As if I'd miss having my Clueless moment!

Ever wondered what you'd look like if you stepped into a time machine and landed smack-bang in the middle of a 90s high school yearbook?

By now, you’ve probably been bombarded by some rad-looking '90s high school pics of your friends or favourite celebs all over your social feeds, and now it’s time to let the secret out.

I spent a little too long making my own last night and think everyone should get on the bandwagon too. 

So, grab your scrunchies and snap bracelets because I'm about to spill the beans on how to make your very own 90s yearbook AI pics.

First things first, head on over to the App Store or Google Play Store and download the EPIK app.

Next up, snap eight to twelve of your best selfies and upload them to the app. Now, here's where the real fun begins. EPIK will work its magic and generate a whopping 60 different portraits for you to choose from.

You'll also get your pick of various stereotypes including cheerleaders, and basketball players. You might even get lucky and rock some double-denim looks. 

It does cost between US$5.99 - US$9.99 to use the AI Yearbook feature, depending on how fast you want to get your yearbook snaps back. The cheaper option takes 24 hours, while the more expenny one will whip them up in two hours.

Even our very own Edge Nights host, Cal, gave it a whirl. And let's be real, he looks hawt, right?!

As always, we have to mention that while these apps can be a lot of fun, we do have to be cautious about what info and whose photos we are giving out to these websites. 

According to Business World, The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a warning that reads: "The data safety section of the EPIK application on Google Play Store claims no user data is shared with third parties."

"However, it collects data such as name and user identification for account management and photos and videos for functionality and developer communications"

So, if you do choose to create a '90s version of yourself, make sure you're clued up on the terms and conditions, and don’t give out any info you or anyone you know wouldn’t be comfortable with.