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Wearing a face mask in public to help curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t have to put a damper on your personal expression and style. While it may be a little tougher to smile at strangers on the street (Pro tip: master the art of the “smize”), you can actually use your face mask as a fashionable accessory to show off your favorite interests.
For example, are you a fan of the classic ’90s film “Hocus Pocus”? If so, you can show everyone you see just how devoted you are to the Sanderson sisters with this awesome face mask featuring all three witches from the movie — Winifred, Sarah and Mary.
“Non-medical face masks help you express yourself even when you can’t show your face,” notes the product description.
The mask is made of two layers of soft, brushed polyester and has over-ear elastic straps for a snug fit that ensures both your mouth and face stay covered.
Redbubble is not the only retailer selling “Hocus Pocus”-themed masks, either.
Check out this cheeky black mask emblazoned with the iconic line from the movie, “It’s just a bunch of Hocus Pocus,” and featuring an image of Thackery Binx, the immortal feline in the film. It’s available on Amazon for $8.99 plus shipping.
On Etsy, this face mask from Hollyberrysdesigns features the Sanderson sisters in animated print form for a fun and whimsical look. It’s priced at $15 and comes in small or regular sizes.
You can find other fun, pop culture-themed masks out there, too. There’s a Harry Potter “Marauder’s Map” mask that changes colors as you breathe. “Golden Girls” masks are a must for any fan of the ’80s sitcom. Disney makes masks that feature popular characters like Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh and Disney princesses, along with ones from “Star Wars” films and “Pixar” animated movies.
Do you have a favorite themed mask design?