Accoutrements Magical Unicorn Mask

September 1, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Realistic fur mane Latex unicorn mask Look for the Accoutrements tag to make sure you have the real thing Fits most adult heads

Product Features

  • Realistic fur mane
  • Latex unicorn mask
  • Look for the Accoutrements tag to make sure you have the real thing
  • Fits most adult heads

Comments

TheMagnificentR says:

The Right One for Me I’m going to be honest, I have tried several different unicorn masks in the past. I have about 6 masks from various retailers around the internet and I’ve gotta say, this is the right one for me. When I put it on, I feel the rush of pretending I am a real-life unicorn! It is so realistically styled that there’s a connection I feel deep inside when I put it on.As mentioned in other reviews, the mask is very durable. The latex holds up well against brush and other woodland undergrowth. However, I found that when I tried to spear some pineapple from a tree or defend myself from approaching predators, the rubbery material of the horn just didn’t hold up as well as I needed it to. More times than I’d like to admit, I had to gallop away from an attacking bear instead of standing proud and defending my honor like an actual unicorn. The solution I came up with was to simply reinforce the hollow inside of the horn with steel rods welded in a cylindrical shape. I just gorilla glued the metal into place (making sure a longer, pointed rod stuck out of the end so that I can pierce the hearts of my enemies) and voila!Now I have a sweet unicorn mask that lets me fulfill all of my unicornical fantasies. You will not be disappointed in this mask.

Gloryland says:

Magical, yes … durable, no As others have said, this IS a magical mask. There’s simply no disputing that. The other day, when i picked up my daughter from school wearing the mask, the look on the faces of her classmates left no doubt that they had been touched by its magic. It’s not every day you see a unicorn at a community college, after all.The issue for me, however, is durability. I’ve taken to wearing the mask along with a black PVC suit and crimson cape, and calling myself “Unicorn Man.” Imagine my disappointment when, the first time i attempted to spear an evildoer with my horn, it crumpled rather flaccidly. Since then i’ve reinforced the horn mechanically, but really, you shouldn’t have to apply after-market solutions or take over-the-counter medications to firm up a supposedly magical horn.

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