A company in Seattle called Friendly Face is selling masks that look like the lower half of your face. They’re printed with a picture of your actual mouth and chin so that they blend in. The use a camera depth finder to get all the angles and everything about your face right so it matches and blends in. The idea behind them is to get a picture of yourself smiling on the mask so everyone feels more comfortable wearing masks. Personally, I like masks with logos and designs. Obviously, I wear one to slow the spread of Covid, but if and can kind of dress up or accessorize while I do, all the cooler. The selfie masks from Friendly Face run $29. They also have gaiters for $49. I found other places selling selfie masks, like on Etsy, but I don’t think anyone else is putting as much detail into theirs.
— Cameron!! (@cameronmattis) October 4, 2020