These are the alien facehugger cloth masks handmade by Detroit based Well Done Goods and available for sale through their website and Etsy store. The machine-washable fabric is printed in-house with a tightly woven poly exterior and interior layer of soft bamboo. The tailless version costs $30, and with a tail $42, but if you aren't buying the tailed version why even bother? That's like getting your ice cream in a cup with no sprinkles. "A terrible decision." It makes me sick to even think about.
Keep going for a handful more shots.
Thanks to carey, who agrees the tail is really the key to getting people to keep their distance.
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