Name: Princesa Rosa, Spanish for "Rose Princess" In the style of Catrina, a female archetype for the weeping lady during the Mexican festival for Dia de los Muertos, or the day of the dead celebrated Nov1-Nov2.
Handmade paper mache eyemask hand painted with rose motif, high gloss varnish, double raised crown headpiece with red/pink/black/white/green rose motif and black trim, red/pink/white burnt roses on upper crown, red velvet backed headpiece, and rose lace that extends down to the waist. The mask face, head piece, roses, and lace are all one connected piece. Elastic band holds mask on securely and comfortably, and interior is lined with black felt strips for further comfort. This mask is an art piece, and is meant to be either worn or displayed.
The model is wearing black eye makeup behind the mask for effect, as well as clothing items not included in the sale of the mask.