Halloween 2020 Face Masks: From Scary Pumpkin Lantern Designs to Witches on Broom, Check Out Masks of For The Spooky Season

Halloween also known as All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve will be celebrated across countries on October 31. As scary preparations for the occasion is underway, people are looking at Halloween-themed facemask during COVID-19 times. And with that, we take a look at some of the Halloween-themed facemasks that are widely sold in the market. si

October 15, 2020

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Halloween also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve will be celebrated across countries on October 31. As scary preparations for the occasion is underway, people are looking at Halloween-themed facemask during COVID-19 times. It is believed that many of the Halloween traditions originated from ancient Celtic harvest festivals and some have pagan roots while others were Christianised as Halloween by the early Church. Meanwhile, as COVID-19 restrictions continue in various places across countries, people are looking at celebrating Halloween, if not grandly, maybe with minimum celebrations. And with that Halloween-theme facemasks are being widely sold in the market. 

From some with scary pumpkin lantern faces, bat figures, witches on brooms, black cats to spider webs, many facemasks are now the theme of the season. People also seem to have stitched some facemasks, increasing the scare factor on them. Then comes the all-time popular skulls in varying colours and shapes. This time Halloween parties maybe a little more worrying compared to the previous years with the real scare of the spread of the virus. 

Halloween-Themed Facemasks:

 

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Some Pumpkins And Bats!

 

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Perfect!

 

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Double Scare!

 

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Halloween Scare!

 

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There Comes Black Cats For Company!

 

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Halloween 2020 Special Edition:

 

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That Looks Promising!

 

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The tradition of Halloween originated during the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. Halloween is considered to be the modernised version of the age-old ritual and traditional practices. Today, there are Halloween parties, theme-shows where people come together wearing varying spooky costumes and party the night away. With COVID-19 posing a threat to countries, celebrations have been cut short, however, the essence of the day continues to be the same.

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