After posting the ponytail and chignon hairstyle videos, I received some feedback that we should discuss how to style shorter hair length. And given that we are now at the year-end festive season, I have invited Stylistry to interpret possible party hair-dos for the bob style.
After viewing the teaser last week, have you had an inkling what the latest Glitz Channel episode would be about?
Well, as the “Red Lips” trend continues, we thought that it is essential to put together a video tutorial on how to rock this look. While many people had advised to go minimal on the eye makeup when wearing bright red rouge, Joy from the Style Atelier will talk us through how to wear eye shadow to complement the bold lip shade, as well share tips on applying the lipstick.
Do you have any question after watching the tutorial? Feel free to fire your question and we will get them answered!
While I just had a hair cut and I am currently sporting a rather short bob now, I often envy how girls with long mane could sport those loose buns for a Grecian or Bohemian look.
In this video, we learn how to DIY a Chignon hairstyle. If the power ponytail hairstyle was level 1, I think the difficulty level of DIY Chignon is about level 2 or 3. Take a look at the video and see if you are up for the challenge!
Never had much culinary talent but want to impress your partner into believing that you’re a domestic goddess?
The Shepherd’s Pie is the first step to impress!
I never knew it was so easy but at the end of the day, it was a stress-free and enjoyable experience for a cooking novice and the result was delicious. I also had a ball of fun messing around the kitchen with my girlfriends.
Check out the latest episode of Glitz Channel to find out how to prepare mini Shepherd’s pies. And the video is totally hilarious.
250g minced meat (beef/pork/chicken)
1 tbsp Bisto sauce (mixed with 1 tbsp of water)
5-6 large potatoes – boiled and mashed
200g grated Cheddar cheese
100g crushed cornflakes
Salt and pepper
I hope this is a good idea for your upcoming potluck parties! The pies were really delicious…
The kimono is not just the traditional Japanese garment. It is almost a major Asian influence to fashion. Recall the Obi belts, the Kimono sleeves, wrap dresses and traditional Japanese prints in our usual outfits. Miss Glitzy thinks the Japanese Kimono, together with the Chinese qipao, have strong impact on the Asian style that is integrated in the “East meet West” interpretations of fashion today.
Miss Glitzy had a chance to catch the Kimono on runway in Kyoto recently. And this was no glitzy fashion festival but a pretty decent fashion show put up by the Nishijin textile centre, which is the information centre for Kimono!
Each outfit oozes details from head to toe. Miss Glitzy just doesn’t understand why the Japanese decided to match such glamorous and colourful garments with clogs.
And here’s a video of the Kimono fashion show – on Glitz Channel!