Your face on a mask


Please read our instructions before taking a photo. We make masks using image distortion based on photos you upload. So, if there's a shadow on your face or any other photo imperfections, they will show up on the mask. To prevent this, try to follow our tips for best results!

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  • Don't wear glasses / sunglasses, otherwise they will show up on the mask. 

  • Find natural light. Either stand outside in the shade or indoors during daylight (without direct sun on your face). Lightbulb lighting can turn out too bright or shiny.

  • Look straight ahead. Tilted faces will look distorted.

  • Make sure camera is at least 18" away from your face. If it helps, have someone take the photo for you.

  • Don't include other people in the photo, or we won't know which one is you!

  • Don’t crop your face. We need to see your eyes to know how to properly align the mask.

  • Stand in front of a blank wall. It helps us see you.
  • Pull hair away from your face. Otherwise your hair will be in the photo.

  • Only upload high-resolution images. Don't use blurry images or screenshots. Pixelated images will yield blurry masks. Try to send original photos instead of screenshots of photos.

  • Have fun with your expression!