Named after the popular "Gibson girl" made famous by artist Charles Dana Gibson, the Gibson tuck was a popular way for women to style their hair in the early 20th century and is now back as an elegant red carpet favorite. We're happy to say that this Edwardian style is actually easier to create than you may think, and you can do it yourself in less than five minutes. It's best suited for ladies with shoulder-length to long hair. Finer hair holds easier, but Beauties with thick hair can still perfect the fold-and-tuck technique. With a few hair embellishments, you'll have a period hairstyle in no time.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: 1. Hair tie 2. 10 to 15 bobby pins 3. Hair spray 4. Hair embellishments (bows, ribbon, flowers, headbands, or barrettes)