Learning how to remove gloves is a seductive and sultry skill on the road to being a burlesque dancer. We share some burlesque knowledge on how and why glove removal is a must-have sexy skill.
How to Remove Gloves
Learning how to remove gloves depends on the size of the glove, the tempo of your burlesque soundtrack and your personal style. So, we’ve nabbed the best advice from the web to show you how to remove your gloves like a pro.
Miss Felicia Fatale provides some inspiration by teaching with her teasing actions rather than her words. In this video she uses the three basic burlesque props: a feather boa, a chair and quarter-length gloves.
The burlesque dancer, Felicia Fatale, shows how you can remove a glove in a different way. She takes off her first glove using her shoe and does the traditional bite ‘n’ pull move for the second.
This quick routine is a great place to start as a burlesque dancer so get practising:
The grand dame of UK burlesque, Jo King, is known for the tantalisingly slow removal of her burlesque costumes. As burlesque legend Gypsy Rose Lee said, “If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing slowly… very slowly.”
She shares her tips for burlesque beginners when it comes to removing a glove. Goodtime Mama Jojo explains how gloves accentuate your burlesque dance moves and her techniques when it comes to striptease:
Wicked Little Productions offer this saucy tutorial for different glove lengths. Camille shows the commonly used techniques to remove gloves and why they’re different, depending on your glove.
So whichever length you choose for your burlesque costume and whatever tempo your soundtrack, you can take them off without a hitch:
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And we’ve saved the best till last… here’s British Burlesque Legend Jo King on the art of how to remove a glove…
(Image from Danger Dame)