The Best Halloween-Themed Face Masks For A Spooky, Safe Holiday
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Spooky season is here, and even if you’re not trick or treating this year, there are plenty of ways to safely partake in the Halloween festivities. Host a virtual scary movie watch party over Zoom ("If screaming will likely occur, greater distancing is advised,” says the CDC of in-person fright fests), or better yet, celebrate every day this month with a suite of Halloween-inspired masks to add a spooky twist to your everyday errands. (I mean, we are living in some pretty scary times if you think about it.)
From ones to coordinate with your furry friend to printed disposable ones if you like to keep extras on hand, the internet is a veritable goldmine of seasonally-apropos face masks. Ahead, you'll find some of our faves to wear with your costume (or regular clothes, that's cool too!).
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