An Indonesian woman turned into a “real-life emoji” after using turmeric, a popular spice commonly used in curries and sauces, as a face mask.
kata mama kunyit bagus dipake buat maskeran tapi kenapa KUNINGNYA NGA BISA ILANG allahuakbar pic.twitter.com/tHGj7hxZTA
A group of customers turned violent toward owners of a Chinese restaurant in Plymouth County, Massachusetts after being told to wear face masks.
The world has changed so much in 2020 — for one, wearing a face mask is now an essential part of life. We all have to wear one to protect others around us, but we have one big problem: having to take our masks off to simply have a drink, which could potentially expose ourselves and others. What if you could drink with your mask on AND stay completely covered and unexposed?
This is the genius behind the Redee Mask, a creation of a New Jersey-based company founded by Asian American entrepreneur Ryan Lee who previously made headlines for Redee Patch, a patch designed to fight “Asian glow”.
Allen Pan, a YouTuber and former contestant of “MythBusters: The Search,” created a gun that can fire face mask straight onto a person’s face.
The invention, which Pan featured in his YouTube channel, Sufficiently Advanced, was made using a spray paint pistol grip, a CO2 canister’s solenoid valve, parts from a car’s brake line for the launcher as well as bola weights to wrap the mask around the target’s head, according to CNET.
Two Japanese companies recently collaborated to create a face mask for musicians who play wind instruments without any difficulties.
If you wear glasses, fogging them up while wearing a face mask is inevitable and can be pretty annoying.
Fortunately, you can now pair your fogged up look with this eye-catching Ramen Face Mask.
A foreigner was kicked out of China after he threw a cell phone at a health worker who told him to put on a mask as the world continues to battle COVID-19.
The incident took place outside a residential community in the city of Xi’an, the capital of China’s Shaanxi province, on Sunday.
Pictures of pet cats wearing makeshift face masks are going viral in China as fears of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV or COVID-19) spread globally.
Some worried pet owners are taking human-sized surgical masks and cutting two eye holes out for their cats to wear. Other cats are given masks that only cover their mouths, leaving their eyes fully exposed, according to The Sun.