Not masks you put on your face, but masks you create in a photo editor.
I am a big fan of shareware and just downloaded the most recent version of GIMP (Version 2.6.7 to be exact), a free photo editor that works a lot like Photoshop. I've been using it for years to crop and resize my photos but lately I have been reading tutorials and attempting some simple effects.
I wouldn't do this to photos meant for applying for art projects and what not, but I thought it could be fun to make the images on my blog a little quirkier.
I liked the fringe effect on this one, but I couldn't make it fringe all four sides.I mostly liked the idea of subtly rounding the corners to make the photos look like old snap shots.
This is the most extreme one I made. If you don't recognize it, it's one of Chihuly's sculptures on the glass bridge.