DFW Beauty Guide: Happy Halloween

 
Photo courtesy of © Alexander's Fine Portrait Design

Photo courtesy of © Alexander's Fine Portrait Design

Hello DFW Beauties, just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a very Happy Halloween.

No matter what beauty look you plan to go with, we know you'll look GLAM!

Looking for some exciting things to do here in the Dallas-Ft.Worth metroplex, check out this awesome list below, courtesy of CultureMap Dallas...

Fiesta de la Vida at Stampede 66

Stampede 66 and Lakewood Brewing Company celebrate Halloween (and the launch of North Texas Beer Week) with a beer-infused costume party. Guests enjoy food and beer pairings, and there are prizes for best costume, most seductive and least effort. Lakewood’s special edition Temptress Mole will be tapped at midnight. The fun starts at 10 pm and lasts until 2 am. Tickets $60 in advance and $75 at the door. Purchase them by calling 214-550-6966.

Halloween Haunted Chocolate Tour by Dallas by Chocolate Tours
Join this sweet-toothed skeleton crew for a tour that includes some wicked good goodies at places like Village Baking Company; Dude, Sweet Chocolate; and CocoAndre. Tickets are $39, and that includes transportation in a private bus, food samples, tour guide and beverages; buy them online. Meet at the Krispy Creme on Greenville Avenue at 1 pm. The tour lasts until 4:15.

Halloween Hoedown at Sissy’s Southern Kitchen
Celebrate Halloween at Sissy’s starting at 5 pm. There is the requisite costume contest (with a $200 prize), as well as music by Little Brother Big Brother and $8 drink specials. Did we mention the event was sponsored by Jim Beam? So it’s bound to be boozy.

Meddlesome Moth Halloween Spectacle at Red Arrow Contemporary
The Meddlesome Moth Halloween Spectacle features an art exhibit from Prairie Artisan Ales co-founder and artist Colin Healey and Jester King Brewery artist Josh Cockrell. You can also enjoy 18 selected brews and live music by Jester King’s head brewer Garrett Crowell and DJ Cee Pee from Good Records. The party starts at 7 pm, and tickets are $20. Buy them online.

Nightmare on Elm Street Halloween Extravaganza
Dallas' Young Professionals hold their annual Halloween event at the Tower Club on, yep, Elm Street. For $40, you can enjoy a costume contest ($250 goes to the winner), drinks, hors d'oeuvre, music from DJ Jose G and a special performance by Contemporary Ballet Dallas. The fun starts at 8 pm, and a portion of proceeds benefits CBD.

Day of the Dead at W Dallas Victory Hotel
Another high-flying party takes place at Altitude atop the W. Tickets range anywhere from $30 for general admission to $1,000 VIP packages (good for six people) for this event that features food, drinks, dancing to music spun by DJ Avenger and a costume contest. The winner nabs a two-night VIP suite package getaway. The party runs from 9 pm-2 am.