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Masks for Masquerade Ball

By Abel Alexander

Even the use of masks for masquerade ball follows a certain social protocol especially when it comes to formal parties or corporate parties. The color, the make and the quality say something about the person wearing it.

White masks for masquerade ball are best employed by adult female as the gloomier colored Venetian mask is best for adult male. This exercise was constituted in the Victorian era, back when everything you assume, act or allege constitutes something about your sex or cultural bearing.

White, perhaps because it naturally feels soft, has been identified with softness and grace. Black is the exact reverse, it is the presence of all colors, therefore, identified with strength and masculinity.

Masquerade parties have become more and more common all over the last years and a lot folks are starting to realize that the masquerade ball theme is a lot of fun. People attending can have fun trying to guess who is who in the beginning and then chance upon whether they were right when everyone de-masks at the conclusion of the night.

There are rules that apply to both genders though. One is the fact that masks for masquerade ball should always fit your face perfectly. It is never acceptable to wear something that is too big or too small for you. In formal events, remember that everything is noticed even something that seems insignificant as masks for masquerade ball.

Your getup has to be match, so pick out a white masquerade mask that will construe with your apparel. Disregarding of how you match the colors, the white color will pretty a much go with anything. White, naturally is an attractive color, which makes it a safe choice.

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Alexander, Abel "Masks for Masquerade Ball." Masks for Masquerade Ball. 3 Jul. 2010. 1 Oct 2014 <>.

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