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Friday Party Hidden

With attendees coming from around the worl to attend the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball, it only makes sense to have a
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The Party of the Millennium and Beyond!

Most people who look at the name “Las Vegas” have the byline “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” running around in their head. But what others have found over the last 20 years is that the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball is what they should be thinking about. This Halloween event rivals and out bests all other Halloween events in Las Vegas, as well as internationally, and is “THE” largest, and longest, continuously running Halloween event in Las Vegas. Starting in 1995, the first Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball was held at a historical landmark,  “The Attic”. With an iconic reputation, The Attic was already considered “Hip” in the underground scene, and the eclectic venue saw a crowd of about 700 people that first Halloween Ball night. The promoters were delighted and decided, with such a great turn out for their first event, it was well worth moving forward with an annual event in the years to come. For its second incarnation, the ball moved to the iconic “Tropicana Hotel & Casino” where the party was able to expand into the thousands. Over the next 18 years, with ten different locations in all, each adding unique entertainment variations and
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Halloween Life Hacks!

Halloween is right around the corner and so is our event, the 2014 Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino! We have taken over the Joint and have lined up some of the most epic entertainment for the night!  But for those who carry over celebrations beyond one night, we found some great Halloween type life hacks here in YouTube and thought you might not only use some of them to liven up your party!
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Vegas Halloween Attractions

We know some of you are looking to come in just a few days early or are even making it a week long excursion to our infamous city. We thought you might enjoy seeing some of our local attractions that run the gamut from super scary to even the low key that even the kiddies can enjoy. Las Vegas is pretty well known for the adult parties that get thrown every year, but we also have items that the whole family can enjoy.  Even you can enjoy and take care to know there are safe trick or treating for your kids at these areas: Haunted Harvest: Held at the SPrings Preserve there is a bit of everything. Enjoy live entertainment on two different stages, a midway of carnival games and the “Kooky Spooky Maze of No Return. There is even a petting zoo for the and so much more. Life TIme Athletic Spooktacular Poolside Party: A pool party in October?  Where else could you do this but in Las Vegas. Open to members and non-members, there is a night of fun Halloween-themed games and entertainment in this Summerlin location.  Pumpkin decoration, hay hunt and a “dive-in” movie with snacks and
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Do’s and Dont’s of Halloween Makeup

Makeup is usually the highlight of any costume, and in most cases, we are always looking for ways to implement the most memorable makeup that compliments your costume. Weather it is glamour make up for a Marilyn Monroe look, or the “zombie” feel to imitate your favorite character from ‘The Walking Dead”, here are a few good ideas to take into consideration once you decide what type of makeup you want to explore. Make sure to stay away from the “Novelty” makeup you pick up from the supermarket/costume shops. These tend to be highly irritating to sensitive skin and it only makes sense to buy something a bit higher quality than to be stuck with a horrible rash or swollen eyes after your night of fun.  If anything, perform a patch test 48 hours prior to the day you plan to use it just to be sure your skin can handle the makeup. A patch test is effective on the inside of your wrist. Make sure to have makeup that is easily removable after your event.  Your patch test should be easily removable after a few hours of application and if you use something that IS water proof, try using
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