Gul is from North Waziristan, born on October 17, 1984 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa  and WAPDA chief engineer Ahmad Wazir, belonging to the Wazir tribe. Before moving to Lahore with her family, she received early education in her hometown of Bannu and Miramsha. She studied for her undergraduate degree at Queen Mary’s College and then for postgraduate studies at the National College of Art. She studied textile design at the National Academy of Arts. After completing her studies, she joined the Pakistan Vocational Education Association (PTI) and became a volunteer in the Insaf Student Forum (ISF) in 2005. After getting married in 2010, she moved to Dera Ghazi Khan.
Gul was elected as a PTI candidate for the constituency NA-172 (Dera Ghazi Khan-II) in the 2013 Pakistan general election, but he failed to run for a seat in the National Assembly of Pakistan. She won 38,643 votes and lost to Hafiz Abdul Kareem. She was elected to the National Assembly as a candidate of PTI from NA-191 (Dera Ghazi Khan-III) in 2018 Pakistani general election. She won 79,817 votes and defeated Awais Leghari. On October 5, 2018, she was introduced to the Federal Cabinet of Prime Minister Imran Khan and was appointed Minister of State for Climate Change. In June 2019, Gul was widely criticized for using her position to influence NACTA’s appointment of her sister to the authorities. Prime Minister Imran Khan took note of this situation. Her letter to NACTA was withdrawn and the matter was resolved.