Face masks. Our favorite topic for 2020 and I suspect, for 2021 too. Today we are revisiting the AusAir Pollution and Viral Filtration Mask which we have reviewed last November. I felt like it would be a crime not to do a follow up review because, damn, this is one company that take their product […]
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.
Almost every company knows how to make a face mask. Razer is no exception. However, the gaming lifestyle company has up the game with a concept smart mask, known as Project Hazel.
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.
This is Blanc. It is not Daft Punk’s helmet, though we have to admit that it does have the vibe. It lacks of fancy LED light show anyways. While it does look like a helmet from the front, it is really just a mask. Blanc is billed as the only full-face modular mask in the […]
I bet John Woo’s 1997 action blockbuster flick Face/Off would be just as convincing if Nick Cage and John Travolta were to wear the realistic face masks from Kamenya Omote.
A child may unable to comprehend why wearing a mask at a time like this is important. Hell, even some grown-ass person can’t too, let alone a kid. Thankfully, unlike stubborn folks, child can be educated.
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.
After months of wearing face mask when out in the public, you may have noticed something: because we can’t see the other person’s mouth, we cannot be sure who is talking when in a group. Well, not unless someone or you is wearing a transparent face mask.