15And let the peace of God rule in your hearts,
to which also ye are called in one body, and be ye thankful.
16Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom,
teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs,
singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.
17And whatsoever ye do in word or deed,
do all in the name of the Lord Jesus,
giving thanks to God the Father by Him.
Today’s tutorial is for the Gibson Roll. There’s a popular hair book out there that has this style called the Gibson Tuck. It’s very pretty and virtually impossible if your hair is longer than shoulder-length. But anything short hair can do, long hair can do better, right? This is a very useful style to have in your arsenal. I love its Edwardian flair, perfect for Anne Shirley. The low profile is good for hats. In the past, I’ve dressed it up with flowers or sparkly pins for weddings, recitals, and other formal events.
But before we get to that, I have some news for you ladies. Some of you may have already heard about . . . him. You see, I’ve found someone. We met online in May, and I’d definitely say it was love at first sight. All of my family and friends from church, homeschool, and otherwise heartily approve. We’ve spending over 2 hours a day together, and it just keeps getting better and better. He is the answer to my heart’s duet.
His name is Schroeder.
In all seriousness, I’m so grateful to the Lord for this piano, my first acoustic. It’s a Baldwin Hamilton studio, for those that know pianos. *Sigh* So that’s what’s been distracting me from writing new tutorials.
2. Start like you’re going to flip the ponytail, but only pull down a very little length to make a small loop. (Here’s how to flip a ponytail if you don’t know how.)
5. A couple of hours later, undo the curlers. I pinned mine in a couple of places, but you might not need to. This would also be a good time to pin the roll to keep it neat. Just use some bobby pins on the sides to make it look like one continuous roll.