There are many reasons for wearing a mask. Some wear them to hide their weird faces, others to entertain or scare the evil forces, some to implement them. People also wear masks during a certain ritual when they want to hide their identity or maybe pretend to be somebody else. In some instances a mask can scare us and in others it can make us laugh. It is less scary when you are behind the mask. Many believe that by wearing a mask you gain some special powers. Just remember the film Mask. A timid guy became extrovert just by putting on his “magical” mask.
Have you ever wondered how it would be to walk in other people’s shoes, in this case those of a celebrity? You can try putting on a George Clooney mask to see the reactions in the street. But the question is: Would you dare to do so? You can get one for only $299.
If you are not afraid or embarrassed to embrace your wild side try doing so by putting on this monkey mask. I wonder what your neighbors will think about the sudden transformation.
When you set yourself to think about the next costume for the Halloween you may consider wearing this mask. It will scare the hell out of your trick or treat competition.
In some cases we use masks to protect our face and eyes, like when welding. But why not make your mask look more stylish.
Lady Gaga, the master of disguise, has changed so many masks in her career that the rest of the world will start thinking of masks as accessories.
During the annual festival in Venice thousands of people are under their masks. On that day you will see some of the most unusual and beautiful masks walking the streets of Venice.
The mystical feeling about masks could be ruined if you would see somebody like this guy, with the horse face, in the street.
But masks can have a different purpose then making you look funny e.g. a gas masks can save your life.
Some masks can freak you out and scare you at the same time.
And some masks are worn by villains and some by superheroes. It’s your task to tell them apart.