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11 Items That You Get to Have at Your Next Black Light Party

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Black light parties are a theme that originated first as very hush-hush underground get togethers, but have now found their way to the mainstream.  They’re both fun and interactive, which gets people exited and involved.  Lucky for you, Buzzfeed is telling readers how to throw the best black light party.

  1. Glow graffiti
  2. glow-in-the-dark vinyls
  3. glowing headphones
  4. glow-in-the-dark playing cards
  5. glow gloves
  6. light-up shoelaces
  7. glowing state face mask
  8. black light paint
  9. glow-in-the-dark fangs
  10. glow-in-the-dark contact lenses

So, in a nutshell, basically anything that glows is perfect for this type of party.  Don’t be afraid to grab those light up sketchers and get dancing!


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