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Gibson Girl Camille Clifford's Hairdo - 06/16/2013

Camille Clifford was considered the real-life embodiment of the Gibson Girl. Her tall, curled pompadour probably helped with that image. Not too complicated a 'do really... it's pretty much hair tied up in a pompadour, with 2 or 3 hair switches rolled and pinned into place on top. My effort: You will need for this: An "inside pompadour" hair rat (or a thick hair you can style into a pompadour and still have some left over) False hair, arranged into rolls Lots of hairpins Comb I was trying to do this alone, just in my bedroom mirror... and dealing with some slightly tricky Kanakelon switches . I'm sure it can be done a little more neatly if desired, especially if one hot-irons the switches into shape before starting. Also, while I tied my own hair back into a bun, I think Clifford may have used the end of her own hair pulled forward as the smallest, lowest of the hair twists around the front. My own hair would be so scrawny it wouldn't amount to much if I tried this; and as I had an adequate length of Kanakelon, I just used that to make all three twists. To Make This Hairdo -- note that you need long enough hair to hold a sturdy pompadour (it will need to bear the weight of the switches without collapsing.) If your hair is not long enough to do this, I recommend creating a false pompadour "transformation" from fake hair, and using that pinned over your forehead instead (in which case secure it and skip directly to step 6.) 1. Begin by roughening up your hair, ratting it up to...

Gibson Girl Camille Clifford's Hairdo

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