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You Can Now Get A Face Mask Printed With Any Photo You Like

You Can Now Get A Face Mask Printed With Any Photo You Like

More and more of us are wearing face masks amid the pandemic, and luckily retailers far and wide are beginning to offer versions more palatable for us everyday folk.

From fashion prints to simple chic designs, protective masks no longer have to make you feel like you're in an operating theatre - and there's now even options for the comedians among you.

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Firebox is selling completely personalisable face masks, so you can be anyone you like with your covering.

Why not be your dog? (Credit: Firebox)
Why not be your dog? (Credit: Firebox)

For £14.99 you can give your mates - and the checkout staff at you local supermarket alike - a laugh by wearing a comedy face, such as a family member, pet, boss or even your favourite celebrity.

By simply uploading a photo to the website, they'll do the rest, printing off your image on the mask and delivering straight to your door.

You could even use a pic of your own face wearing a nice lick of lippy, for those days when you CBA to put any makeup on. Genius, right?!

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You could even have a laugh by printing off a friend, family member or your boss's chops (Credit: Firebox)
You could even have a laugh by printing off a friend, family member or your boss's chops (Credit: Firebox)

"Thanks to our Personalised Face Masks you can now wear a face-covering that's super comfortable and totally unique to you (or the lucky person you buy it for!)," say Firebox.

The masks cost £14.99 and can be purchased here.

"These soft and secure face masks are printed and hand-sewn in the UK and they're washable too so you can use them again and again."

Face masks are set to become the new normal - for those wishing to use public transport at least.

From today, it's compulsory to wear face masks on public transport (Credit: PA)
From today, it's compulsory to wear face masks on public transport (Credit: PA)

Last month, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced it will be compulsory to wear face masks on public transport from Monday 15 June.

"As of Monday 15 June, face coverings will become mandatory on public transport," Shapps said. "That doesn't mean surgical masks, which we must keep for clinical settings, it means the kind of face covering you can easily make at home.

"The evidence suggests that wearing face coverings offers some, albeit limited, protection, against the spread of the virus."

Well, if we have to wear one it may as well be a hilarious one to inject some joy!

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Featured Image Credit: Firebox

Topics: Style News, Coronavirus, Fashion

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.

 

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