When you post a selfie on Instagram, do you refresh your feed over and over trying to figure out why so few people are liking your post? Do you agonize day and night, trying to figure out if you were taking it at the wrong angle or if you were making a weird face?

Well now, there's a place in Montana that can really help you out. The very first "Selfie Studio" in the state just opened up in Billings, and it's exactly what it sounds like.

Reach Selfie Is Montana's First Selfie Studio

Selfie studios have popped up in a few different cities, but they're a new concept in Montana. It's a lot like a studio you might go to for a portrait - but instead, it's designed specifically for you to take selfies against a variety of different backdrops.

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KPAX spoke to the owners of Reach Selfie, which just celebrated its grand opening, and they go into detail about the work that goes into each of their hand-painted backgrounds. They plan to swap things out and have new backgrounds every three to six months.

If you wanted to make a trip out to Billings to check it out, teenagers can pay $20 for an hour of infinite selfies against as many backdrops as they want; for adults, it's $25.

You can find out all the info you need about Reach Selfie at their website right here. Think this is a concept that's going to catch on? Who knows, maybe we'll get one in Missoula, too!

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