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Today’s edit utilizes a hidden gem in the PicsArt Photo Editor…..the Mask Tool! Highly underrated and tbh our new go-to, the Mask Tool opens up an entire universe of mask packs and stunning overlay possibilities that can transform your photos in mere seconds. Right now, our favorite is the Foil pack. Full of a variety of shiny and plastic-like masks, this pack is the ultimate way to quickly spice up your photos for a cool modern look. And of course, with the flexibility to adjust the hue to rose gold, you can’t go wrong! Read on to see how to use PicsArt photo editor and collage maker to make your own rose gold photo edit. via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor and tap on the Masks Tool. Swipe through the different masks until you find…

Whenever we’re on IG, we always keep an eye out for cool photo edits – the explore page is the ultimate source of inspo! Lately, the account @livinkendall has been posting hella dope photo edits of Kendall Jenner, and to say we are feeling them would be an understatement. One edit in particular features a Calvin Klein wearing Kendall Jenner sitting in front of an amazing renaissance backdrop. Our jaw dropping reactions were the only convincing we needed to create a similar edit ourselves! Read on to see how to use PicsArt Photo Editor and Collage Maker to create your own KJ inspired renaissance photo mashup. via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor and tap on the Effects tool Select the FX tab and swipe right to tap on the B&W Lowcon filter, then tap Apply…

Over the past few weeks, Ariana Grande has been slowly releasing single after single from her newest album, Sweetener. Ariana stans are going crazy. We’re here for the bops – but we’re also here for the album’s Instagram account. Yup, like the queen she is, Ariana has an entire Instagram account dedicated to the album (@sweetener). So far, the account has been full of cool galaxy collages, and they’ve inspired us to get in on the trend. Read on to see how you can create your own Sweetener galaxy photo edit using PicsArt Photo Editor and Collage Maker. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open a photo of yourself or a friend in the photo editor. Tap on the Tools icon and select the Cutout tool. Outline your image to create a sticker, and then tap the arrow in the top right corner. If necessary,…

Selena Gomez recently released a music video for her single “Back to You” and according to the internet, it’s going to be the song of the summer! One thing we noticed about it? All. Those. Visuals. With some major foreign film vibes and a hint of a technicolor feels–we could not get enough! To celebrate all of these awesome “Back to You” visuals, we’re going to show you how to create a technicolor GIF instead of our typical photo edit. Read on to see how to use both PicsArt and GifsArt to create a Selena Gomez inspired gif! via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor and tap on the Effects tool. Select the Colors tab and tap on the Colorize option. Adjust the hue to a color that you like, tap Apply, then tap on the arrow…

The internet has officially labeled “One Kiss” by Dua Lipa and Calvin Harris as the song of the summer and we couldn’t agree more. The song itself is catchy and the music video gives off major heat. With steamy retro and tropical vibes, it’s the perfect feel good anthem to blast poolside. Since we can’t get enough of it, we decided to create a “One Kiss” photo edit that has all of those tropical retro vibes in one photo. Read on to see how to use PicsArt photo editor and collage maker to create your own “One Kiss” photo edit. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the editor and tap on the Cutout icon. Outline yourself using your finger or the portrait selection option, then tap on the arrow in the top right corner. Refine your cutout as necessary, then…

Today’s edit is in honor of spring and all of the beautiful ?flowers? poppin’ up around this time of year. It also uses the new brush tool (a favorite here at PicsArt), and is honestly so easy. Seriously, it’s only four steps! With pastel colors and gorgeous floral patterns, you cannot go wrong with this tutorial! Read on to see how to use PicsArt photo editor and collage maker to create your own floral collage. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open a solid colored background in the photo editor and tap on the “Add Photo” icon to add your photo. Center it in the middle of the page, then tap Apply. Tap on the new Brushes tool and select the pink flower brush. Paint it all over your photo, switching up the size of the brush for variety. Tap Apply to continue. Tap…

Ariana Grande’s #NoTearsLeftToCry music video came out last week and the world is obsessed. So, of course we had to dedicate an edit to this wonderful, feel good anthem! Embrace your inner Ariana Grande with this dreamy kaleidoscope effect photo editing tutorial. Follow the steps below to create a kaleidoscope photo collage that will transform your photos into magical, yet elegantly chaotic masterpieces. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor. Tap on the Tools icon and select the Cutout Tool. Outline your image then tap the arrow in the top right corner. If necessary, tap on the paintbrush or eraser icons at the bottom to refine your selection. Tap on “Save.” Tap the back arrow at the center of the top toolbar to go back to your original photo then tap the paintbrush icon to open the Drawing…

Today’s edit is a pixel portrait throwback! Reminiscent of 8-bit computer games, this cool photo edit is bringing some major Game Boy vibes and we are all about it. TBH, it’s the perfect artistic touch to keep your photo game alive while keeping it classy at the same time. Inspired by @asiangirl101’s awesome remix, check out how you can create your own throwback, pixel portrait using PicsArt photo editor and collage maker. via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your first photo in the photo editor and tap on the Effects tool. Tap on the Distort tab and select the “Pixelize” option. Tap the Eraser tool, then tap the double-sided arrow so that the photo is clear of all pixels. Tap the brush tool and adjust the hardness to 0. Draw over a few parts of your photo to add a soft…

We’re just gonna say it — we will never be over OOTD pics. They’re the perfect way to embrace your self-confidence, and of course, show off your fire ? outfit. Since we love these style-inspo shots so much, we came up with yet another photo collage to keep things interesting. With a hint of vintage film and a touch of mobile magic, here’s a rockin’ photo edit to keep some retro culture in the digital era. Check out how you can create one yourself using PicsArt photo editor and collage maker. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your first photo in the photo editor and tap on the Mask tool. Tap on the Border tab and select the Blue filter. Tap “Apply” to continue. Tap on the arrow in the top right corner to save your photo on your device. Open your second photo in the photo…

Rainbow selfies, glitch photos, millennial pink backgrounds – these are just a few of our go-to edits that bring the *WOW* factor to our photos, and keep our selfies on trend. And now, we have found the latest addition to our go-to list: this awesome X-ray photo edit. It’s edgy, futuristic, and is made using the portrait selection tool – so you already know your OOTD will still be the main focus. Read on to see how to create a major X-ray vibe using PicsArt photo editor and collage maker. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor. Tap on Effects and then tap on the Colors tab. Tap on the Inverted tab and move the slider to either side to select the color you like best. Tap on the Eraser tool, and then tap on Portrait Selection. Clean…