Selfies are considered as public reflections of an individual in society. It could be the way the person is viewed or the way the person chooses to present them. Selfies are facilitated with technology. Technology has made it more convenient to have forward facing cameras, dual cameras, selfie sticks and more. The taking and sharing of selfies has not only become much easier, but also become quite desirable and acceptable because of technology. Internalized social conventions like being part of a social network and more has added to the increase in selfies in current times. The definition of selfies is actually many. For instance, selfies are considered as photographs of the self, where the photograph is taken with a camera on someone phone or some other way and does not involve a third person. As Sorokowski et al. (2015, p. 124) presented it as a photograph “of oneself (or of oneself and other people), taken with a camera or a camera phone held at arm’s length or pointed at a mirror, that [are] usually shared through social media”. In current times, selfie is looked as something more. There are for instance group selfies where more than one person comes into the frame. There are what is called as partial selfies, manipulated photos which might not be considered as true selfies and selfies that can be shared to an audience for only so much amount of time after which is goes out of the sharing mode.