Selfies are in vogue because smartphones and social media websites have helped popularize the phenomenon whereby people can easily take and share self-portrait photographs. However, taking good selfies is not always a trivial task for end users. In this demonstration we present a tool for guiding users on which angles to take selfies from. Dissimilar to existing techniques that enhance the aesthetic quality of selfies through a post-processing procedure, the proposed approach focuses on the creation of a good look before the photo is captured. A few distinctive patterns automatically discovered from a collection of online profile pictures are used to score a selfie in angle. The technique should enable new features such as "virtual portraitist" for current consumer cameras and smartphones, providing an interactive approach for capturing selfies.