How to Wear Your Own Egyptian Mask in Egypt

How to Wear Your Own Egyptian Mask in Egypt

Avani, a makeup brand based in Cairo, is selling a “travel mask” that can be used to mask up as Egyptian.

The mask has a small, rounded hole that can serve as a way to open up your face.

Avani says the mask can be worn for up to six hours.

You can purchase it for $35 and it has a microfiber face mask applicator inside that you can use to rub on your face, but the mask is not meant to be worn as an actual mask, Avani CEO Ahmed El-Zouman said in a video on the company’s website. 

The product comes with a “microfiber mask applicators” inside.

The product has a “small round hole” that you rub on with your hand to open your face article The video shows a woman with the Avani mask.

The video has been viewed more than 8 million times on YouTube. 

Egyptian makeup and cosmetics company Avani has been selling masks since 2016, when it started producing them.

It is known for its luxurious, handcrafted masks.

The company started in Cairo in 2005 and has since grown into a global brand. 

“The masks are made with real Egyptian fabric that is very durable, so they are made to last for a very long time and are designed with the best Egyptian people and their needs in mind,” El-Zeghtouman told CNN in 2017.

“Egyptian people love their masks, they have been requesting them.”

The masks have been popular among Egyptians, who often use them to cover their faces, but El-zeghtouni said they are not meant as a replacement for a face mask.

“It’s a way of getting rid of the mask completely,” he said. 

It’s the latest in a string of eyebrow-raising product launches in Egypt. 

In January, cosmetics brand Glamor Cosmetics launched a “facial mask” which is basically a small plastic tube with an open hole on the top, that allows you to wear as a face cover while wearing a full-face veil.

The brand also launched a $40 mask with an “extra” microfibre face mask, and a $50 mask with a more natural-looking mask. 

A second product, a $100 mask with microfouling fabric, was announced in February and was released to coincide with the Eid holiday. 

At least a few celebrities have been spotted wearing Egyptian masks.

Actress Khadijah Khan, who is from Egypt, recently tweeted a picture of herself with a $250 mask in a pink scarf and pink makeup.

The makeup company, Glamour Cosmetics, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.