We Tried Running In Custom Glass Slippers Like Cinderella And It's Totally Possible

    If the (glass) shoe fits, run with it.

    Any shoe-loving person has had one of those Cinderella moments where you try on a beautiful shoe and it fits your foot just right. Almost as if it's meant for you and you alone.

    That was exactly what Chrissy and Selorm set out to find out in their latest episode. They're the hosts of Bogus Beauty on As/Is.

    View this video on YouTube

    As/Is / Via youtube.com

    Selorm volunteered to give it a try. What's the worse that could happen? Umm... she could bleed to death if she cuts herself, or could potentially tumble downstairs?

    But before going through with this highly-dangerous experiment, the duo met with Antariksh Bothale, a software engineer at Google.

    Antariksh said he thought Selorm could totally run in glass heels, but it was important to step properly and not trust the shoes too much.

    Then then hopped on a plane and went to Dallas, where Chrissy and Selorm met Aaron Tate, a glass maker. He would be creating Selorm's custom-made glass slippers. Ooh-la-la!

    Then Aaron let the ladies help him out in crafting Selorm's glass slippers.

    He even let both Chrissy and Selorm try their hands at blowing the hot glass themselves.

    Before they knew it, they had a pair of glass slippers ready to go into (another) over set to over 800 degrees!

    After cooling overnight, the shoes were ready to be tried on. Selorm looked fabulous in her baby blue Cinderella gown and was ready to go.

    The glass slippers were legit. It was like a loafer meets a heel.

    Then the unthinkable happened. The glass slippers did not fit Selorm's feet. Womp womp.

    They had no choice but to play out their very own Cinderella storyline at work, as they looked for someone whose foot fit in the glass slipper.

    Just when they thought all hope was lost, they stumbled upon Jenn and her tiny size 5 feet. She was perfect!

    She even did a little test run in the shoes so she could get used to wearing them.

    On her first attempt to run dramatically downstairs as the clock "struck midnight," she totally fell down the stairs. Whoops!

    On Jenn's second attempt to run downstairs, she stumbled a bit, but then Chrissy and Selorm also nervously threw her towards the landing pad. Ha!

    On her third and final try, she got to the bottom of the stairs just fine, but stumbled onto the landing pad once again. It was inevitable.

    Selorm and Chrissy realized it takes some real skills to work a ballgown, wear glass slippers, and do it both elegantly.

    So, technically, the ladies of Bogus Beauty decided that this particular Disney fashion hack was Not Bogus.