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Your Own Custom Face mask

We printed faces on masks!

You might have seen our masks on Good Morning America, The Late Show, WSJ, Will Smith's Instagram, or on TikTok. That's us! We're a service that prints realistic faces onto fabric masks. These are sure to get double-takes and make people around you have a brighter day. For the last two years, we've brought thousands of smiles (and screams) to people's faces worldwide!

We've closed our doors

Thank you!

After creating thousands for customers around the world, we closed our operations in November 2022. Thank you to our friends, customers, and followers for all the delightful stories and photos of our creations in the wild.

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Double layered design

Durable, breathable, and lightweight.

We use one layer of particulate-blocking polyester and another interior layer of lightweight 100% cotton that wicks moisture. You’ll be comfortable wearing our masks for hours. They’re adjustable too, with latex-free elastic straps.

Advanced design that won’t slip off.

Our masks feature special nose darts and a contoured chin piece that prevents slipping, bunching, and gapping. Other masks in the market are flat, flimsy, and slide around—but our masks stay in place, even while talking.

Machine-washable & dryable

Made for everyday use! Throw them in with your regular wash.

Made in the USA

Each mask is made to order in California with detailed printing and quality stitching.

Our magic touch

These are the most convincing selfie masks in the market.

Other personalized face masks can have crazy proportions and the facial features can end up stretching to look a bit too goofy. They might show your background too! We created magical software to make the optical illusion look very realistic. Each order receives special processing and care. We haven't seen anything comparable out there.

Love it! Totally freaked out my mom. 🤣

Zain in California

The optical illusion we didn't know we needed.

I can't wait to wear it to the grocery store.

Jon in Oregon