Gibson Tuck Hair Tutorial

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The Gibson tuck was a very popular hairstyle in the early 20th century. It’s no wonder that it was the trend at that time because it looks so classy and sophisticated. Nowadays, the Gibson tuck has become popular in a lot of red carpet looks and this tutorial by Beautylish will teach you how to do it! The link is after our commentary and extra tips.

Tools Needed:
1. Hair Tie
2. 10-15 Bobby Pins
3. Hair Spray
4. Hair Accessories

1. It’s a reaaaallly beautiful tutorial. It’s commendable that the editing of the blog post is done in an easy to follow manner. The pictures are large and are of great quality. The camera angles are great for the viewer to follow through.

2. It’s a hairstyle that is friendly for those who have finer hair because you have less material to work with, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t do this with thicker hair. It will just need a bit of practice.

3. Get a good quality hair elastic so that it won’t tug at your hair. Goody has great ones that are “ouchless”.

4. If you want to have manageable hair, you have to maintain a good hair care routine. Try conditioning your hair with this DIY Olive Oil Mask!

a. Apply a bit of extra virgin olive oil and distribute it all over your hair. Use a comb for this.
b. Cover with a shower cap and let it stay on for 15 minutes or so.
c. Rinse off with warm water and then shampoo your hair to remove the greasiness.

5. You can also use a hair serum! Lucido-L is a great Japanese brand that produces different kinds of hair products. Their leave-on serums are so good that it will literally revive weak and brittle hair!

6. Try to experiment with different hair accessories that will suit your personality. It will add character to your hairstyle.

7. It will also go well with ombre hair. It adds an interesting contrast to the hairstyle.

8. If you want to go for a preppy, sophisticated look. This hairstyle will really bring your outfit to the next level.

Check out the full tutorial by clicking on the link below!

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