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Resting witch face? Seven spooky face masks to buy right now for Halloween


By IMAGE
08th Oct 2020
Resting witch face? Seven spooky face masks to buy right now for Halloween

It’s October, and that means one thing. Halloween face masks.


We are taking the festive season seriously this year. The world is scary enough but we’re still indulging ourselves with spooky face masks for the month of October. Every cloud.

Below are our favourite picks that you can order today.

Love and Swords

Natalie B Coleman’s masks have become something of a must have in the last few months. This Love and Swords mask might not have been made with Halloween in mind, but we think it’s perfect for the festive season, and will work afterwards too. All Natalie’s masks are reusable and machine washable, made in 100% organic cotton and one size fits all. As well as looking fabulous and protecting yourself and others, a share of profits will go to Women’s Aid, Dublin.

Love and Swords mask, €25

Cobwebs

These three layer masks come with filter pockets and adjustable over ear elastics. Made in Ireland of a cotton mix, the masks come with two single use filters and a bendable wire which can be added across the top of the mask to adjust around the nose for better fit.

Cobweb mask, €13.50

 

Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday, celebrated on November 2nd, so not quite Halloween, but these masks handmade to order maskes, are still worth inclusion. They are reversible, reusable and washable. They come with an aluminium nosebridge, elastic and are made of cotton.

Day of the Dead mask, €7.95

 

Resting Witch Face

We love masks that help you express yourself even when you can’t show your face. And this resting witch face mask does just that. It has two layers of soft fabric and over-ear elastic straps for a snug fit. 

Resting witch face mask, €13.50

Pin up zombies

These masks might be our favourite of the bunch. The pin up designs are limited and according to the maker, already flying out, so order them today by messaging bellaagogo, directly on Instagram and Facebook.

Pin up masks, price on request

Ghosts and ghouls

Pamela Scott has a huge range of Irish made masks available at really reasonable prices. We love the classic Halloween simplicity of this 2 layer cotton mask, with elasticated straps.

Halloween printed mask, 5.99

 

For the kids

Halloween dressing is not just for adults (!) These 100% cotton, triple layered masks are junior size but just as spooky. They have adjustable ear straps and an inner nose wire for a better fit.

Skull mask, 5


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