When I first saw these come down some runway or another,
I knew I my feet were destined to meet them someday. However, when I finally located a similar pair to what my eyes first discovered, I realized I'd have to sell several organs to be able to afford the $500+ price tag. Lucky for me, I'd seen this on Pinterest more times than I can count. Upon further research, I also found this. Unfortunately, someone beat me to it; but I can give credit where it's due. It's been done, yes. HOWEVER, I did choose a different color combination and have some additional troubleshooting/advice to offer. So without further ado:
You will need:
-Fine + coarse glitter in the same (or very similar) color
-Modge Podge (you only need about 2 oz)
-A clear sealant
-Reg paint brush (in case you don't like the foam brush...I didn't)
It's recommended that you use painter's tape to section your shoes, but I didn't have any, and the packing tape worked just as well.
Mix the two glitters together in a plastic bowl. Make sure it's plastic, as it'll be easier to rinse out when you're done.
Add some of the Modge Podge to the glitter mix and stir with one of the brushes.
Use either brush to paint the glitter/glue mixture onto your taped-off sections. If you use a paint brush like I did, be sure to choose one that doesn't shed its hairs; they'll get stuck throughout your glitter.
After you've spread your layer of the glitter/glue mix on, take your coarse glitter and sprinkle it on top. Wait a few minutes, then press it into the shoe with your fingertips.
Let dry for approximately 24 hours.
The next day, spray your clear sealant over the glitter. BUT BE CAREFUL: the sealant I used totally altered the color of my glitter. In all fairness, I think I held the can too close. But it left silver splotches all throughout my glued area; I had to go back and re-do both shoes. The next time I held the can farther away and used shorter, lighter sprays, and it turned out a lot better. Just make sure to read the back of your sealant and follow its instructions about distance.
After you've applied your sealant, let dry for another 24 hrs.
When dry, peel your tape off and get to struttin'.