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A hair and make-up tutorial inspired by the ‘Gibson Girl’ styles of the Edwardian era. Liv Free styles Kate Fenwick using modern techniques and tools that you can do at home! Learn some surprising things about Edwardian beauty practices.

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Stylist – Liv Free – https://www.instagram.com/livfreemakeup
Model – Kate Fenwick
Director – Nic Loven
Costume – Pauline Loven – https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/

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  1. dian kreczmer
    dian kreczmer says:

    My grandmother was born in 1880 and wore the Gibson girl hairstyle all of her life
    She would comb her long hair out, pull it gently straight up at the same time twisting around. And catching it ontop of her head in the bun. She used hairpins. Putting a curved comb in the back between her neck and bun

  2. Candace Dainty
    Candace Dainty says:

    There was a time in my life when I liked to "cosplay". It didn't have a name then. I loved the Gibson Girl look and made a walking skirt and lace inserted blouse to wear at fancy dinners. Of course, my long hair had to agree with the era. My daughter showed me an easy way to do it. I leaned own head first and let my hair hang. I had thick hair and dd not need to tease it. But that would help if your hair is fine. Back in the day, they used "rats" made of combed out hair as filler. Anyway, I would then gather the excess hair into a ponytail and wind it around, tucking it under, before I pinned it all. a few spit curls at the ear and my natural curl at the nape of my neck and I was ready to dine!
    Funny thing is that I smoked then but could do it when dressing this way. It was totally out of character!

  3. MsB inSYDNEY
    MsB inSYDNEY says:

    I know some 80's hair dos were bad and never to be repeated but not all of them we're and at least people actually had choices as to how they want to wear their hair, this time period however, the hair and dress, I've always had such a disdain for.

  4. Karen Carroll
    Karen Carroll says:

    Now I know why when my hair was tangled as a kid, my mother and other female relatives of her generation would say: “You have rats (matted tangles) in your hair”.

  5. Suzanna Andrea
    Suzanna Andrea says:

    man you picked a classic beautiful girl for this she is Game of Thrones Lovely and absolutely Downtown Abbey Beautiful-i cant believe how gorgeous she is-she should marry a rich guyi adore the look-i wanna try this even though im older this is dynamic

  6. Kim Martin
    Kim Martin says:

    I have a photo of my great, great grandmother   (1864 to 1903) wearing her hair up in a Gibson girl type hairdo that I am wanting to recreate on me… I think it would be fun! Love the look.

  7. Alex G
    Alex G says:

    It's very flattering but I would hate to have to do that every morning. Jeez Imagine what time of the morning the ordinary woman without a maid would have to get up at. We really are spoilt and allowed to be completely slovenly.

  8. Beatriz Jardim
    Beatriz Jardim says:

    O.M.G.! This is beautiful, but very complex. She put it so much hairspray that the hair is gonna be hard forever. And it takes the one thing women don't have anymore. Time.

  9. Gary Morton
    Gary Morton says:

    now I know the secrets of this world women are goddesses and that is just they way it is how beautiful the grace and peace of this style is amazing now wonder that women make the world better Great vid thank you

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