Do you have a strong mask game? I'm trying. It started with a pack of three basic black masks. Then I was online one night and saw an ad that was selling "Face" masks, as in masks with noses and mouths printed on them in a satirical, cartoonish way. I HAD to have them, so I have that four-pack. I then got a very cool camo "Yee Yee" mask in the mail from Granger Smith's team. I had to run into a department store one afternoon, where I picked up a few more masks. Just the other day, I got one from a friend with my name embroidered on it, and I keep the logoed iHeartMedia mask (pictured above) in the office, just in case (I'm one of the very few people actually working out of our office). I also have disposable masks on hand at any given moment, also in case they're needed by me or someone else. So, I don't know if you would consider my mask game "strong," but I'm certainly trying.
And then I saw this. Now THIS is a strong mask game. This mask is made out of 18 karat white gold, it's set with 3,600 black and white diamonds, and it has a price tag of $1.5 MILLION dollars! And not only is it the fanciest face mask you have ever seen, but it's safe too, as it is constructed with an N99 mask approved by the FDA and European standards.
The half pound mask, hand-crafted by Yvel Jewelry, was commissioned by a Chinese businessman in the US. It is expected to be complete by year's end.