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Tigz Rice is a London based photographer specialising in fashion and boudoir with a vintage aesthetic. An Adobe Community Professional and Wacom Influencer, she originally trained in digital illustration before naturally progressing into the world of photography and retouching. Alongside a client list including Cosmopolitan Magazine, Burlesque On Ice and Paris Burlesque Festival, her work has dominated the European burlesque scene since 2009, which consequently means everything she owns is covered with a fine layer of glitter…

'Bad hair day' doesn't quite sum up the frustration of cutting out hair in Photoshop, especially with curly or fly-away hairs. 

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Thankfully, this tutorial shows you how to use the recently revamped select and mask feature, which now has a tool called the Refine Edge Brush to make selections around tricky areas - such as hair - much easier. Read: What's new in Photoshop CC 2016.

In this Photoshop tutorial, Tigz Rice shows you how to access the new Select and Mask workspace, use the Refine Edge Brush tools and others to clean up the edges of your selection and make it seamless. 

See also: How to remove a background in Photoshop. How to use Photoshop's new Match Font tool.

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