I came across a profile with 2 photos of a woman's reflection in a mirror. It was a small round makeup mirror, the kind where one side is magnified and the other side is standard.
Her face was obscured by a cellphone (iPhone to be exact) in both images... it was obvious to me due to the angle and size, the photos were superimposed (Photoshopped) into the mirror and not real shots.
So I researched it. While I didn't find the exact match, I did find a website that anyone can upload photos and 'insert' them into the mirror the same way the member did.
It was on a site called PicsArt.
Probably 20 years ago the utility website 'Face in a Hole' that did the same thing.
I noticed it because several members had identical backgrounds with different faces.
Easy to spot as the people pasting their face to a different surround always had the wrong angle!
One site had scammers pasting their faces on photos of models. Here is a sample of that:
While these free utilities are fun, it opens a world to photo fraud.