Hi all you lovers of life hope you are all staying safe, as I look forward to seeing you one day soon (fingers crossed)
I think that some of the masquerade masks that we wear for a ball are very sexy Of course, the history of the face mask is rooted in ideas of kink, subterfuge, illness, and classic mystery, with or without the threat of worldwide disease. For modern audiences, masks evoke images of heroes and villains, and mysterious romances in dazzling ballrooms. A masked hero or heroine can also be so so sexy just like me!!
Masquerade Masks suggest intrigue. When you obscure a portion of someone's face, you immediately change their identity. It forces your eye to focus on specific parts of one's appearance: the sharpness of your jawline, your piercing gaze, the shape of your lips. Let's be honest: Would we care so much about Batman if his mask didn't perfectly show off that impeccably cut jaw you could break glass on? Masks also, mercifully, cover up your blemishes, a desire we've all gone through at least once in our lives. What a mask creates is a fantasy of the unknown, a promise of the unexpected, and just a hint of danger, under the right circumstances. There's the potential of discovery with that mystery,
The history of masks is almost as old as history itself. If the carnival celebrations were intended to free the mind and body from the constraints of the societal norm, then the masquerade was the perfect way for one to completely throw off their shackles and, to put it mildly, go f***ing bonkers.
Khloe Magic and Mischief when I wear my mask join me