Calling All Creatives: WWW and Pinterest Want You to Enter Our Face-Mask Contest

Erin Fitzpatrick

We cover all kinds of launches, trends, and outfits here at Who What Wear, but one of our newest topics is of particular importance: face masks. At the risk of sounding like a mom trying to convince her kids to wear a mask, nothing is cooler than safety, y'all. To that end, we've teamed up with Pinterest to launch the Make a Statement Mask Contest and encourage our readers to get creative with your face masks. We're calling on you to create an imaginative, unique, self-expressive face mask for a chance to be featured on Who What Wear's website and social as well as on Pinterest.

Here's the full rundown: 

1. The foundation of your mask should use two layers of sturdy fabric, and it must cover both your nose and mouth.

2. To enter, submit a short 20-to-60-second video of yourself using this submission form. In the video, wear your mask and tell us how you came up with the idea as well as a few tips for how others could re-create it. We recommend making your videos square (1:1) or vertical (2:3, 4:5, or 9:16).

3. Upload your video as a pin on Pinterest. View the instructions here

4. Copy and paste a link to your video pin into the submission form mentioned in step two. 

5. The deadline to submit is Friday, August 7, at 11:59 p.m. PT. 

That's it! We're so excited to see your visionary designs. To help spark some ideas, we've included five stellar participants below. 

5 Genius Masks for Inspiration

We love the colorful ribbon ties on this mask by Alexa Adams encouraging you to vote.

We always love a good matching moment. Archel Bernard went all out with the tie-dye trend to great effect. 

Who said a black mask has to be boring? Gigi Burris's design is basically runway-ready. 

All right, I think Laura Estrada's mask takes the award of Most Badass. 

These vivid colors in Michelle Norris's mask are so cheerful. 

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