Gibson Girl Hairstyle
The Gibson Girl hairstyle was popular during the 1890s and it has consists of natural as well as simple bun. In this period, most of the young women used to sweep their hair to create a loose bun at the back of the head. The bun over the head was very much similar to the pompadour style as the hair will be swept away from the forehead. There are very few celebrities who have been seen with this type of hairstyle as it is one of the most difficult way of styling the hair. To get this style, make sure that the length of the hair is long enough to create the bun on top of the head.
To create this hairstyle, first use a large hot roller or curling iron to get large spiral curls. Then mist all over the hair with a generous amount of hairspray. Next turn the head upside down and collect the hair on top of the crown. Lift the head up and brush it completely to make it smooth. Then use elastic over the hair to create a ponytail double the elastic without making it too tight. The ponytail must be wrapped around the elastic and secure it using bobby pins. Mist the bun with hairspray and smoothen the hair with a paddle brush. Take 2 one inch section of the hair and wrap it around a curling iron. After removing the curling iron, loosen the hair with your fingers.