Well, it’s not like you had anywhere to wear it this year. In case you haven’t gotten the message: Halloween has been cancelled.
And so you’ve lost out on the chance to be The Ultimate Karen.
DAMN YOU, FAUCI!
Los Angeles-based artist Jason Adcock had been selling the fabulous custom-made Karen facemarks (above) on his Etsy page for the price of $180.
The product description reads: ‘The scariest thing you can be on Halloween!!!! Full head latex mask with hair. Sculpted, molded, cast, and painted.’
‘I was quarantining at home and wanted to make a new mask. I just started sculpting, and out came Karen,’ Adcock told Vice about how he came up with the idea for the masks.
‘I’ve spent most of my life working retail in the cosmetics industry, so I have seen countless Karens in their natural habitat.’
But after an appearance on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, they’ve since sold out, he announced on Facebook.
“I will update if things change,” Adcock wrote late Tuesday.
The masks take up to four weeks to complete, so possibly you can custom order one in time for your Zoom Family Thanksgiving.
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Kamorascostumes- on Etsy ! It’s never to early to shop for #Halloween #costumes . 2020 is the year of the KAREN! Scare all ur friends with ur big hair and narrow mind . Full head latex mask painted with #timgoresbloodline and @createxcolors #latexmask#rubbermask#halloweenmask#sculpting#art#scary #biggair#monster#monstermask#bridezilla#karen#karensgonwild#karensgonewild #karens#
Jason, btw, once made me into an ’80s neon acid monster on Transformations… Maybe we need to have him back on for a Karen makeover….