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Twitter users have printed their own FACES on coronavirus masks

You are not fooling anyone! Bright sparks reveal how they ordered masks adapted with images of their own faces hoping to get lost – with hilarious results

  • Cameron Mattis from New York chose a photo of his face on a custom mask
  • Tweeted to say the photo was 20 percent too big, making it look ridiculous
  • Tweet was loved by over 600,000 and led to dozens of similar photos

Facial masks have become more or less part of everyday life as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

To make them a bit more bearable, some companies have given customers the option to purchase those with a custom design.

Cameron Mattis from New York thought he had come up with a really clever idea when he decided to use a photo of the bottom half of his face in hopes that the mask would “go up”.

But by revealing the photos in which he wore the mask Twitter, Cameron said the photo of his face was 20 percent oversized, making him look ridiculous.

His tweet, which went viral and was loved more than 600,000 times, prompted dozens of people from the US and the UK to respond with their own photos of their ‘face masks’.

Here, Femail reveals that some of the funniest face masks fail, including Cameron’s original.

To make face masks a bit more bearable, some companies have given customers the option to purchase custom design masks. Cameron Mattis from New York chose a photo of the bottom half of his face, hoping the mask would “blend in.” But the photo was printed 20 percent ‘too big’, with hilarious results

Cameron wears the mask upside down

Cameron wears the mask upside down

His tweet, which went viral and was loved more than 600,000 times, prompted dozens of people to respond with their own photos of their “face masks.” Pictured: Cameron in the street with his oversized ‘face mask’, and right, with the mask upside down

Fellow Twitter user Jamie Emerson from Charlotte, North Carolina, replied with her 'epic bust' of a mask that filled her smiling face

Fellow Twitter user Jamie Emerson from Charlotte, North Carolina, replied with her 'epic bust' of a mask that filled her smiling face

Fellow Twitter user Jamie Emerson from Charlotte, North Carolina, replied with her ‘epic bust’ of a mask that filled her smiling face

Debs Bascombe from Devon said the photo of her face on her mask had grown even bigger

Debs Bascombe from Devon said the photo of her face on her mask had grown even bigger

Debs Bascombe from Devon said the photo of her face on her mask had grown even bigger

Jason Smith, from Stoughton, West Sussex, shared this hilarious photo of him and a companion with their masks with extra large photos of their faces

Jason Smith, from Stoughton, West Sussex, shared this hilarious photo of him and a companion with their masks with extra large photos of their faces

Jason Smith, from Stoughton, West Sussex, shared this hilarious photo of him and a companion with their masks with extra large photos of their faces

Nicola Hudson, from Scotland, told Cameron, 'I feel your pain' as she shared photos of her 'and a companion's masks

Nicola Hudson, from Scotland, told Cameron, 'I feel your pain' as she shared photos of her 'and a companion's masks

Nicola Hudson, from Scotland, told Cameron, ‘I feel your pain’ as she shared photos of her ‘and a companion’s masks

Twitter user E Comment, from Florida, said their custom mask was 'much more than 20%' too big. In fact, it was so large that the man's chin was completely gone

Twitter user E Comment, from Florida, said their custom mask was 'much more than 20%' too big. In fact, it was so large that the man's chin was completely gone

Twitter user E Comment, from Florida, said their custom mask was ‘much more than 20%’ too big. In fact, it was so large that the man’s chin was completely gone

US-based Twitter user @real_diculous claimed that their own failed mask was 'much worse' - and it certainly looked like it

US-based Twitter user @real_diculous claimed that their own failed mask was 'much worse' - and it certainly looked like it

US-based Twitter user @real_diculous claimed that their own failed mask was ‘much worse’ – and it certainly looked like it

Susan Walsh, from Hayes, Middlesex, claimed that she thought her mask was 'great'

Susan Walsh, from Hayes, Middlesex, claimed that she thought her mask was 'great'

Susan Walsh, from Hayes, Middlesex, claimed that she thought her mask was ‘great’

Tim Oldland, from Essex in South East England, shared his failed mask

Tim Oldland, from Essex in South East England, shared his failed mask

Tim Oldland, from Essex in South East England, shared his failed mask

Jack Hall, from Watford, Hertfordshire, had opted for a quilted mask, but his face still came out a little big

Jack Hall, from Watford, Hertfordshire, had opted for a quilted mask, but his face still came out a little big

Jack Hall, from Watford, Hertfordshire, had opted for a quilted mask, but his face still came out a little big

A mask worn by Haley Williams of Hot Springs, Arkansas really zoomed in too much on her face photo

A mask worn by Haley Williams of Hot Springs, Arkansas really zoomed in too much on her face photo

A mask worn by Haley Williams of Hot Springs, Arkansas really zoomed in too much on her face photo

User @ jasperM54 shared their mask and told Cameron: 'I feel your pain'

User @ jasperM54 shared their mask and told Cameron: 'I feel your pain'

User @ jasperM54 shared their mask and told Cameron: ‘I feel your pain’

User @FireMuzzy opposed the trend with their perfectly aligned mask

User @FireMuzzy opposed the trend with their perfectly aligned mask

User @FireMuzzy opposed the trend with their perfectly aligned mask

Seattle's Ash Bhoopathy shared their mask, which was an improvement for many of the others

Seattle's Ash Bhoopathy shared their mask, which was an improvement for many of the others

Seattle’s Ash Bhoopathy shared their mask, which was an improvement for many of the others

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