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Photographers, grab your cameras. The always-fabulous Solange is at it again. Last week during a visit to Lake Como, she snapped a picture of her reflection against a stunningly beautiful backdrop in a way that looked completely candid and effortless. A post shared by Solange (@saintrecords) on May 14, 2018 at 8:41pm PDT Selfies are nothing new, but Solange draws her Instagram followers right in, breathing new life into a photo style that is, let’s face it, sometimes over-done. The best part? You can get creative with her style and create your own version on PicsArt. All you need is a mirror and your camera. Hold the mirror in front of your camera so you can see both your reflection and the view in front of you. Smile wide, and snap your new selfie.  via PicsArt via PicsArt We can’t get enough of these revolutionized selfies. Not into photography the…

Rihanna’s at it again, making headlines and stirring up controversy. First, it was the $90 jelly slides she designed for Puma (in case anyone thought the 90s comeback was on its way out). And now, everyone’s talking about a series of photo edits she posted on her Instagram over the weekend, where artist Freddie Smithson edited Queen Elizabeth II’s head onto Riri’s body in some of her edgiest and most iconic outfits. The internet, understandably, is going nuts. Not everyone is happy about it, but here at PicsArt, celebrity mashups like this are nothing new (Besides, in our book @thefourthjonas still reigns as queen of viral celebrity remixes). But we still think the photo edits are hilarious, and we’re sure you’re dying to learn how to make your own. So we’ve put together an easy photo editing tutorial to help you remix yourself just like Riri. Download PicsArt photo editor…

We no longer have to crush beetles and ants to get the right shade of scarlet for our pouts (but we applaud Cleopatra’s dedication!). And after a love-hate relationship for centuries, love finally won in the late 1940’s when 90% of American women started wearing lipstick. The 70s flower-power generation naturally introduced new colors to stay in touch with the times. But in the 80s, red lipstick got its comeback when the Madonna herself took it on tour. The lipstick trend is always evolving, but it never gets old. To celebrate National Lipstick Day, we’re showcasing five of our favorite pop culture queens who let lipstick steal the show, showing that lipstick will always make history. Taylor Swift, Allure Magazine Since red lipstick is now a signature TSwift look, you may not remember the days when a younger Taylor wore nude lipstick while dropping tears on her guitar. But it’s…