Glitter jingle bell bums are the bold new beauty trend for the Christmas season (just don’t sit down)

Yes the sparkle enthusiasts at Go Get Glitter have really outdone themselves with their latest Christmas creation, a little look we like to call the "Jingle Bum".

Effectively covering the wearers' bum entirely in red and gold glitter, this experimental look is perhaps the most creative (and highly impractical) festive creation we've come across.

On the plus side, the sparkly gold jingle bell does give the bum a nice curved shape.

And there's no denying the red bow accentuates the waist.

But no matter how tempted we are to try out this look for ourselves, we simply have to ask… how on earth are you supposed to sit down when you're rocking a glittery Jingle Bell bum?

Famous for their experimental designs and inventive use of sparkles, Go Get Glitter hit headlines earlier this month when they welcomed in the festive season with Christmas pudding boobs.

Effectively covering the entire boob in brown sparkles, some tactfully placed silver glitter – which doubles up as icing in the bonkers design – is the only thing covering the wearers' modesty.

Not to mention the dash of holly on top to finish off the festive look.

And if that wasn't bonkers enough, the brand has also debuted a glittery Reindeer boob style in time for Christmas.

Turning the wearers' nipple into Rudolph's red nose, this bonkers beauty trend covers the chest in brown sparkly glitter while the reindeer's antlers extend right up to the shoulders.

So will YOU be rocking these daring festive creations this Christmas season?

If so, Fabulous writer Cigdem Tanrioglu has a step-by-step guide to each of Go Get Glitter's experimental Christmas creations.

In more bonkers beauty news, this bizarre new pregnancy test manicure shows if you're expecting using your NAILS – and people are revolted by it.

And glitter Christmas bauble BUMS are the bold new beauty trend this festive season.

Plus tinsel hair is the hot new Christmas – and it's NOT tacky.

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