Your Guide to a Glittery Night Out

Glittery hair is the best way to stand out, look classy and still have a playful look. This is an easy how-to guide to spice up your hair without any chance of failing.

In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different.”- Coco Chanel.

What you will need to glam up your hair

Sorbet, 2 Heads Are Better Than 1 Neat & Tidy Eyebrow And Lash Brush, R120.00

Perfect Touch, Gel Sculpting, R74.95

NYX Professional Makeup, Face & Body Glitter Gunmetal, R124.95

How to get the look

Firstly, mix the glitter with the sculpting gel in a bowl, use the eyebrow and lash brush to apply the glitter on the hair. It’s as simple as that!

The Dutch Braid

Make a normal pony and separate the hair of the pony into three sections. Start braiding until the end of the hair and finish it off with a hair tie. Apply the glitter sculpting gel on the braid with your eyebrow and lash brush.

The Double Pony Braid

Start by separating the top part of hair on the head, and then split it into two sections. Braid one side and tie it into a pony and then the other section. Apply the glitter sculpting gel on the sides of the braids.

Plain Pony

Use a brush to comb all the hair evenly and tie it together with a tie. Spread over the tied part of the hair the glitter sculpting gel. This is a flop-free style and it looks good in any way.


For an effortless style, keep the hair loose. Put the glitter sculpting gel on the tips of the hair and work your way up. Voilà, perfect glittery hair!

Braided buns

Separate the hair into two sections by making a zigzag path. Braid the hair from the neck up. Tie the hair into a pony, then wrap it into a bun and secure it with some pins. Apply the glitter sculpting gel in the path of the two sections.

Complete your night out with a little glam in your hair. It’s a great confidence booster knowing you have amazing hair and you will have so much fun styling your hair. When in doubt always add glitter!

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Elizma de Beer

BLOSS Youth Beauty Editor

Elizma de Beer is currently studying Cosmetology at Potchefstroom academy. Her hobbies and interests range from image consulting, fashion as well as graphic design. She believes that image consulting makeovers with the correct make-up, hairstyles and introduction to the latest fashion trends can make anyone look amazing and also help them feel confident about themselves. Next year she wants to study journalism and pursue her dreams to work in the beauty/fashion industry. She also wants to inspire and collaborate with people who share the same passion as her.

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