Have even you heard the insult, “your face looks like a ball sack?” Well, you can grant whoever said that to you the wish of you actually having a ball sack face with Billy’s Ballbag Face Mask.
Not knowing how business associates look is a norm today because half of everyone’s face is covered by a face mask. So how do you let the other party know how you look under the mask? Well, you could have your portrait printed on a business card, or you could up the ante by having …
Face mask is all the rage these days. Not that we enjoy wearing it, but because the situation calls for it. That said, it is only naturally that we talk about face mask here pretty often. However, this face mask is not quite the kind of mask you are acquainted with.
will.i.am has gotten himself into another business (again). This time, it is making face masks. Not just any face mask. It is a high-tech face mask that Bane will approve.
Fogging and awkward eyewear are the nagging issues associated with eyewear-wearing folks when wearing a face mask. No mask makers seem to want or able to resolve these, until now.
Since face mask will be the new normal, it is worth exploring different mask designs that will make us less “distance,” so to speak. Protect Your Face is one such mask design exploration.
In addition to complains of being heard and difficulty in breathing, some mask users have developed skin problems like rashes and acne. Japanese company, Between now and now, think it may have solved all those problems with its new mask called Molecular Mask.
A $1.5 million face mask is an opulence even for some richie rich. Thankfully, there exists a “more affordable” luxury face mask in Japan. Created by fashion retail chain Cox Co are the Diamond and Pearl masks. Both luxe masks are handmade and embellished with diamond and pearls.
Wearing a mask is part of staying safe during the pandemic and you know what? Staying safe not only can be a fashion statement, but it can also be a luxury statement. Case-in-point: this world’s most expensive face mask created by Israeli luxury jewelry brand, Yvel.
When Apple designed a mask for its employees, it turns out to be as minimal and stylish as its products. That prompted us to think: what if a tech-focus automaker like Tesla Motors also engineered a mask? Would it be as high-tech as its electric vehicles?