Which is, fabulous. However, I have two issues with it;
a) it involves tatting, which is a lovely, and mythical new hobby, that I haven't the wherewithal to learn.
b) it doesn't look nearly as sexy or mysterious with glasses + mask.
c) I have a short amount of time but a whole lot of glitter to make the love happen.
And since hot glue isn't a hobby, I decided to try to see what was possible with it.
Step 1: Find a pair of glasses!
You likely will not return these frames to their original condition... and the wider the frame, the better...(ie, wire frames are more may be a bit harder to work with than plastic frames)
Step 2: Gather Materials!
Plastic Wrap (cheap kind)
Superfine glitter (rubber/stamp/scrapbook kind)
Embossing powder (for a flat/antique finish)
hot glue gun
hot glue sticks (you'll need more than you think + some to get used to using glue as a design tool from a kludgy delivery tool)
Good flat, heat resistant surface
Some cleaning supplies to chase down all the glitter
Step 3: Create environment suitable for glitter proliferation
Use extra newspaper, taped down underneath, if you are a klutz, or if kids are involved.
Plug in and turn on glue-gun.
Use this pre-glitter moment to think about what you are going to do. Think loop patterns, paisleys, circles, lashes, organic shapes that are keen to be done in hotglue. Henna tattoo resources might be worth looking up is you are at a loss.
When you have an idea in your head, take your pot of glitter, and dump it out artfully on the foil and make an even plateau of sparkles slightly larger than what you expect your design to be.