A few weeks ago, Amazon recommended this black glitter to me. I was intrigued because I didn’t know glitter came in black. So I had to have it, of course.
When it arrived I grabbed an old pair of dress shoes, some mod podge and got to work.
Working in small sections I covered the areas of the shoe I selected with 2 layers of glitter while it dried a few hours in between layers. The photo above was taken after the first layer and as you see near the toe one layer wasn’t going to cut it as there are gaps in the glitter.
Once that was done and dried I gave it one additional coat of mod podge as a top coat to seal it all in. Up until then, it was all quite sparkly and impressive. Unfortunately the final coat kind of dulled the whole thing and made it look a bit more like some type of rough black rubber that happened to glitter slightly. But if you want the glitter to stay on the shoe and not slowly knock off and leave a trail of glitter spots everywhere you go, I’m not sure how this can be avoided.
If you decide to do something like this I would caution you from glittering the sides where the shoe naturally bends at the ball of your foot (toe knuckles). I noticed after wearing them a few times the glitter started to break away in these areas.