Glitter boobs were all the rage over the summer, taking over the festival scene with sparkling determination.
And now there is an new trend sweeping Instagram for Halloween, in the form of spooky ‘glitter bums’.
Picked up on ITV’s Lorraine on Wednesday, many designs come in the form of pumpkins painted onto party goer’s derrieres- named ‘bumpkins’.
The morning talk show flashed up pictures of three perky posteriors painted with intricate glitter pumpkins, which have received hundreds of likes on Instagram, asking if it was a step too far.
The trend was originally kicked off by make-up artist Sophia Levy, co-founder of Go Get Glitter.
Speaking to Marie Claire, she explained: ‘The glitter bum trend we started is so popular, we wanted to find a way to tie it in with the Halloween content we have been creating.
‘Our peach bum was, and still is, one of our most popular looks, so we wanted to recreate it with a Halloween twist!’
Glitter-painted pumpkins, aptly named ‘bumpkins’, and other spooky creations painted onto women’s derrieres are the new trend taking over Instagram in time for Halloween. The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Her Jack is seen painted onto a model’s derriere on British beauty account Siren Spa
The trend was originally kicked off by make-up artist Sophia Levy, co-founder of Go Get Glitter, who said she was inspired by the festival glitter trend. A glitter pumpkin is seen painted onto her model’s posterior in her work, seen above
Picked up on ITV’s Lorraine on Tuesday, many designs come in the form of pumpkins painted on party goer’s derriere’s- named ‘bumpkins’ (seen on British beauty account Siren Spa)
British make-up artist Claire Beb showed another incarnations of the ‘bumpkin’ Halloween trend, which includes skulls painted on people’s posteriors adorned with sequins and glitter
Glitter boobs were all the rage over the summer, taking over the festival scene with sparkling determination- but this Halloween glitter bums included bats and other spooky creations, as shown on Go Get Glitter’s account
Taking it a step further one talented make-up artist from Go Get Glitter even painted spiders with sequin embellished legs surrounded by glitter onto a model’s legs
Elsewhere a skull packed full of sequins, crystals and glitter and shaded to perfection joined the ‘bumpkin’ Halloween trend, as shown by British account Unicorn Festival Glitter
His and hers! One brave Halloween party-goer even painted her behind a spooky silver- and was joined by her purple-bottomed boyfriend, as shown by Norwich based face painting account Glitter Face
Some ditched the glitter theme but stuck with transforming models’ backsides into pumpkins, in the unusual Halloween trend, as shown by British face painting artist Jill
Meanwhile American Instagram user Lolita Ward opted for a heavily glitter-filled bum along with spooky Halloween inspired negligee to go with the ‘bumpkin trend’
Joining the trend, British pole dancer Phoebe showed off her own Halloween ‘bumpkin’, along with a twerking video for festive cheer