Gibson Tuck Hairstyle
Gibson tuck is known to be one of the hairstyles that is named for the Gibson girl who is a popular image from turn of the century. The name Gibson has been taken from Charles Dana Gibson who drew the pretty images of late-Victorian and Edwardian ladies. It is an easy as well as elegant hairstyle that can be a perfect choice for a shoulder-length hair and longer. There is no need to spend too much time to achieve this hairstyle as it can be created within minutes without using any particular styling products. Here is a simple method that can be followed to create this style at home.
To create this style, first comb the hair at the back of your head to make a ponytail and hold it in place with a ponytail holder. Divide the hair from the center of your head along the center part before the ponytail holder and move it slightly down the length of your ponytail to make space between the two sections of hair. Start rolling the hair up from bottom of the ponytail towards the head and secure it with the space created between ponytail holder as well as on your head. Try to tuck it into pocket of hair that has was created. Hold the rolled-up hair in place into the pocket using bobby pins and tuck in loose strands of hair. You can also add a hair brush to your hair above the tuck only if required.