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Being an artist goes beyond creativity and skill; it means also having a style that you are recognized for. We see this everywhere from historic painters like Van Gogh to the biggest social media influencers. But how do you come up with a unique style? We’ve asked the PicsArt pros, our Master Storytellers and Master Contributors, to share exactly how each of them has created their own distinguishable look to help you do the same. 

Want to level up your Instagram feed QUICK? Our one-tap Sketch Effects are the solution you didn’t know you were looking for. Sketch is receiving a ton of love on social media and can turn any photo into an  ~ a e s t h e t i c ~ masterpiece. Sure, you can create a similar look manually with other apps ? but why waste hours when it only takes seconds with PicsArt?  Top influencers, content creators, and celebrities around the world are hopping on the Sketch train and have been spotted reposting Sketch fan art/remixes. Name-drop alert: Kim Kardashian West, Gigi Hadid, Miranda Kerr, and Dascha Polanco! (Proof below!) ?✍️ View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Aug 29, 2019 at 12:05pm PDT Watch our tutorial on how to turn your photo into a sketch HERE. View this…

Ariana Grande looked like a pink goddess all 3 minutes and 5 seconds of her ‘7 Rings’ music video and we’re NOT mad about it! Her aesthetic was ON POINT. You don’t have to be the world’s most loved pop star to rock the look though. You want it? You  got it! All you need is PicsArt?? How To Nail The ‘7 Rings’ Aesthetic In 7 Seconds (*Times Vary) Step 1: Download PicsArt for iOS, Android or Windows Step 2: Select a fire photo??? Step 3: Click the ‘Effects’ icon on the bottom navigation bar and select the ‘DTN4’ FLTR Step 4: Adjust the levels until you get your desired level of pink Step 5: Click the ‘Brushes’ icon on the bottom navigation bar and choose the two sparkle options Step 6: Bling your photo out! (The more the better in our opinion✨) Step 7: Click the ‘Sticker’ icon on the bottom navigation bar and select…