Browsing All posts tagged under »couture fire costumes«

5 Ways to Develop Your Look as A performer

March 8, 2015 by


Today’s question came from a comment on one of my recent blog posts on becoming a pro flow performer: How did you come up with your look? Especially when you’re performing with fire. Didn’t you feel limited in the beginning? Just curious about your process. What a great question and one I really wish I’d […]

First 5 Things to Do As a Pro Flow Performer

November 21, 2014 by


Today’s question: I have recently decided that I am leaving the group I have performed with for 2 years. There are not any other performing flow art groups in the area unfortunately. What advice do you experienced performers have for me? When going pro, the trick is to realize that getting booked has very little to […]

Prepared for the Playa?

July 28, 2014 by


Need a costume? See our video below for samples and then contact GlitterGirl to get your one of a kind original as unique as you are. The gates open in less than a month and the man burns in 34 days at the writing of this post. We miss our the incredibly awesome event that […]

10 Do’s & Don’ts for Creating a Fantastic Fire Costume

June 17, 2013 by


As the fire dancing community continues to grow, artists have various opportunities for differentiating themselves from others. In addition to developing a unique style expressed through the performance, artists are advised to consider their attire as part of their presentation and in that, how to make the costume as fantastic as they are. These tips […]