A domino mask is a small, rounded mask covering only the eyes and the space between them. Since the 18th century, the domino mask is worn during carnival. Venetian Carnival masks were known as domini because they resembled French priests' winter hoods, being black on the outside and white on the inside. The name ultimately derives from the Latin dominus, meaning "lord" or "master."
In comic book and popular culture, a domino mask indicates that a superhero/heroine wishes to maintain his/her secret identity; at the same time the mask actually obscures little of the facial features that make the character recognizable. For example, Batman's sidekick Robin and the Lone Ranger wear a domino mask. A domino mask is very similar to a masquerade mask, except it is not as embellished or decorated.
These domino masks are perfect for Halloween, dress u theatrical productions, school projects, corporate events, cosplay, theme parties and more.