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Today with paragraph and character styles there may be little reason to leave Photoshop in the first place. The steps of designing still remain the same in Photoshop, the difference is that you will not need to learn how to navigate through a lot of extra applications to create a fun and engaging poster.




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After we are done with our design, we can now create the title by clicking down once with the Type tool. After you type in your message or title for the poster, select the line of text and change the character settings and paragraph settings. We can create a Paragraph style by clicking on the Create new paragraph style icon in the Paragraph Styles panel. After doing so, hit the return button to create the second line of type. Select the second line of text and change the character settings and paragraph settings. Continue to create a paragraph style by following the above steps.


Poster PrintingLoading paperDriver settings for WindowsDriver settings for Mac OS 8.6 to 9.xHow to make a poster from your printoutsPoster printing allows you to print poster-size images by enlarging one page to cover several sheets of paper.


Elaborately-braided hairstyles can sometimes take hours to achieve, so of course, you want them to look extra fresh once you finally get out of the salon chair. We're talking about hair that makes you do a double take and then double tap.


Braiding, particularly in cultures with a strong African influence, is a tradition that goes back for generations. And classic styles are constantly being reinvented and brought to life with a new-school swag. That's because braids are extremely adaptable, and with a wealth of techniques and traditions to look back on, it should come as little surprise that Black people with naturally Afro-textured hair are embracing and reinventing an important part of our culture.


Be it beads, patterns that swoop and swirl around the crown, technicolor ombré hues, or braid styles adorned with thread, cuffs, and butterflies, the options are endless, which can be a bit daunting if you're trying to decide on a look. But fear not! We're here to help you navigate it all with some major inspiration spied on celebrities and on Instagram. Whether you're looking to rock straight backs, Fulani braids, or the ever-popular Janet Jackson Poetic Justice braids, we've got ideas that will help you achieve ultimate hair goals.


Ebonee Davis is a reliable source for natural hair inspiration, and oh, look, here she is again with another hairstyle we'd like to copy. The model/activist stepped out on the red carpet with a set of gorgeous Afro puffs, boasting a base of tiny cornrows braided in three directions.


You know if Beyoncé's going to serve a protective style, it's going to be epic. For the premiere of The Lion King in 2019, her hair was braided in a curvy pattern reminiscent of finger waves. It was a beautiful marriage between two hairstyles so important to Black culture.


Tessa Thompson's super long BDSM-inspired braid was one of our favorite hair looks from the 2019 Met Gala, "Notes on Camp." The style comes courtesy of Lacy Redway, who left a little tassel at the end of the 12-foot long latex braid so it could resemble a whip.


Tracee Ellis Ross got all gussied up to for the 2020 People's Choice Awards. For the occasion, her hair was styled by Nai'vasha Johnson in a long, textured ponytail with a finger-wave design at the base.


Saweetie never fails to serve us hairstyles that make us press the "save" button on Instagram. These box braids she's wearing are decorated with clear beads at the ends. This kind of look reminds something we wore as kids in the '90s, except the way she's wearing hers in the 2020s is all grown up.


There is no hairstyle more classic than a good set of straight-back cornrows. While this could be considered one of the more basic cornrow styles, it's easy to elevate the look to make it more special. For the 2020 American Music Awards, Ciara wore hers with a swooping, swirling set of baby hairs.


Skai Jackson's look comes courtesy of L.A.-based hairstylist LaShondra, who styled the actor's hair in feed-in braids of varying sizes, pulled up into a ponytail. And, of course, the baby hair is slicked to perfection.


Laurel Harrier wore box braids to the L.A. premiere of BlacKkKlansman for a special reason, according to her hairstylist Lacy Redway. "Most of us remember iconic moments from the '90s of seeing Janet Jackson with box braids in Poetic Justice or Brandy in Moesha," she captioned an image of Harrier's look. "But how many of you guys know that braids can be traced back more than 5,000 years ago to about 3500 B.C. ?" In her post, Redway lays out a brief history of braids before mentioning that Harrier chose the look to "celebrate the history and culture of box braids." Harrier's braids, which boast slightly wavy, loose ends, were styled into a half-up, half-down look, complete with subtle, slicked-down baby hairs.


Hairstylist Sheridan Ward gave Thandie Newton this hairstyle for a panel at Cannes Lions. Her cornrows were braided back in a slightly swoopy pattern, brought together at the nape of her neck into a low bun that is making us hungry for Cinnabon.


Insecure creator and actress Issa Rae stunned on the red carpet at the 2017 NAACP Image Awards rocking this half-up, half-down look with a cornrowed topknot and two hanging braids on the side. The rest of her hair was left loose in a braid-out pattern at the back. Consider trying the style out on those days when you want lots of volume but also want to keep your hair out of your face.


Alicia Keys has been serving us gorgeous braided hairstyles since she burst onto the scene in 2001 with "Fallin'", and she's still in the business of selflessly providing the girls with hair inspo. During her tenure as a judge on The Voice, she wore cornrows that fed into a larger braid with a voluminous bouffant


Duh, braids are awesome, but sometimes you want to rock them and your loose natural hair. Tamara, owner of Ancestral Strands hair salon in Brooklyn, created this look on one of her models for CurlFest 2017. The best part? The braided loop in the middle, which gives this style a unique flourish.


An indisputable fact about Nina Simone is that her musicianship and her style can never be duplicated. She proudly wore her natural hair for many years and often tapped into her roots to inspire her hairdos. Here she is with a simple-yet-elegant braided bun. She may be gone, but her proclivity to turn hair into art still influences many today.


This wikiHow teaches you how to create a poster-sized document in Microsoft Word for Windows or macOS. Before you get started, make sure your printer is capable of printing larger sizes and that you have the desired paper size. If you can't (or don't want to) print the poster from home, you can send or bring the file to a professional printing service.


When it comes to weddings, whether you're facing seaside winds, mid-summer humidity or just a sweaty dance floor, you need a style that can withstand anything. You don't want to overdo it, but you'll want something more elevated than an everyday top-knot. When deciding on your perfect hairstyle, keep in mind the dress code and style of the wedding you're attending. For a casual daytime celebration, you may want to opt for soft waves, whereas an elegant evening affair might call for an extravagant updo. Keep in mind your wedding guest dress or outfit, too!


Whether your hair is curly, wavy, straight, thin, thick, short, medium or long, we have you covered with the best wedding guest hairstyles you can do yourself on any hair type, length and texture. From elegant updo hairstyles to relaxed beachy waves, you'll find the perfect match among this selection of hairstyles for every type of wedding, including knot buns, ponytails, half-up half-down styles and all-down hairstyles that will stay gorgeous all night long.


Want to keep it simple for your next DIY wedding guest hairstyle? Look no further than to actress Gina Rodriguez for inspo, whose pin-straight hair is accentuated with bronde money piece hair highlights and a deep side part.


An ultra-sleek ponytail looks downright regal at any wedding, particularly when it's paired with statement earrings and a bold cat eye like actress Lana Condor. Bonus: This is an simple wedding guest hairstyle to do yourself.


For extra drama at any wedding, a high pompadour like singer Dua Lipa's is a sure bet. To nail this style, start with unwashed hair (which will hold the style better) and tease the back section for the most volume.


We trust the royals to know a black tie look, and the Duchess of Cambridge is no exception. Kate Middleton's elegant updo is flattering and even better, it's super easy to copy. It's the medium length wedding guest hairstyle inspiration you didn't know you needed.


Actress Scarlett Johansson's braid hairstyle works with mid-length and long hair. Back-comb a section of your hair at the top of your head for volume. Reverse French braid your hair down the center of your head until you reach the ends. Tuck the leftover hanging section back underneath the braid or let it hang off your shoulder.


If you're growing out a pixie like dancer Julianne Hough was here, forgo over-styling your short cut. Straighten the longer pieces of your hair with a flat iron and let your strands hang where they will. Set the entire look with hairspray. This is a great wedding guest hairstyle for thin hair, too!


"I have thick, porous, asian hair that easily gets frizzy. My favorite way to use Complete Air Dry Cream is to put a large pea size amount in my damp air and then french braid it. It acts like a mousse or gel, but when I let it out it's SO soft and touchable, not sticky or hard at all." - Kate


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