1. Open your image in Photoshop.
2. Drag and drop the selected Texture into Photoshop and place it on the top of your image.pic 1 2 1024x683 - How to use textures

3. Stretch the Texture so that its edges coincide with the edges of your picture.

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4. Make sure the Texture layer is selected.

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5. Change Blend Mode of the Texture layer from Normal to Overlay, Soft Light or Screen.

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You can play with different Blend Modes and combine them.
Also, you can change the Texture layer opacity to decrease the Texture effect.

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6. If you want to erase the Texture effect from some areas (like face, skin or hair),
create a white mask for the Texture layer.

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7. Make sure the Texture layer mask is selected.
Using a black soft brush paint over image areas to decrease the Texture effect.
Use 30-40% opacity black brush over skin tone areas and 10-15% opacity black brush over areas you want to soften the Texture effect for a natural blend.

Texture without the Texture layer mask

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Texture with masked skin and dress areas

 

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