The Uniface Mask: A New Alternative to Make-up or Plastic Surgery?

Uniface mask is a dream fulfilling face that satisfies today’s beauty standards. Giant anime eyes, long lashes, a high nose bridge, and narrow chin and cheeks are all in one product for a lifetime’s worth of confidence.

It’s time to be free from painful and dangerous plastic surgeries or tiring make up, gadgets and circle lenses. With Uniface mask, it’s only one step to become an ideal beauty. Simply spraying on our cell-blending glue, and put on the mask. Your beautiful life will start from here! Price: $ 399.99.

LOL ;)







(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below


If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

70th Anniversary Citroen H Van
Inside Opower's Arlington Office: A robot, a Scooter and Many, Many Couches
The Isolator: This Insane Anti-Distraction Helmet From 1925 Would Fit Into Any Modern Open Office
“Auto Polo”: The Ridiculously Dangerous Auto Sport Of The Early 1900s
Sci-Fi Author Jared Gray Turns His Sleep Apnea Mask Into An Alien Facehugger
Solar-powered Catamaran Makes a Stop in Singapore
China's Bike-Sharing Graveyards
A High Tech Suit That Helps Disabled People Experience Sexual Pleasure
This Instagram Account Reveals Scenes From Famous Movies With And Without Special Effects
The Other Me
World's Largest Plane Fires Up Its Six Engines For The First Time
These Illuminated Cylinders Display Fairy Tales When People Get Inside To Power Them
A Mobile Phone is Shown at a Luxury Goods Department Store in Hong Kong
PORTAL: An Interactive Bridge to Unity Connects Two Countries
1959 Ghia Selene by Tom Tjaarda, an Amazing Concept From Future Past From Italy
Gold-Painted Infiniti G37 In China Towed By Traffic Police for Illegal Parking
This Badass All-Black Superyacht Is Fit For James Bond
Amazon Introduces New Line Of Kindles In New York
Introducing Foodini: A 3D Food Printer
The Real Land-Walker Robot From Japan
This Miller Lite Beer Can Is A Video Game Controller
Innovation Fail: Sometimes it Just doesn’t Work
Tiger-Stone: A Fast and Tidy Drafting Brick Road Machine
This Futuristic 1966 Ford Ranger II Concept Truck
Micrashell: A Cyperpunk Protective Suit That Allows You To Safely Socialize In Times Of A Pandemic
Clever Minibikes Built Out of Welded Fenders From Vintage Volkswagen Beetles
Ultrasonic Airliner On Display – A Rare Sight
Punkt. DP 01 Cordless Phone
Humanoid Robots at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Technology
Artist Dominic Wilcox Invents Glasses That Allow Short People To See The World From ‘Above’