Cottelli Collection Embroidered Masquerade Mask
Nothing exudes sultry seduction like the Cottelli Collection Embroidered Masquerade Mask. Try it on to add a thrill of mystery to your sex life!
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Feeling a bit uptight lately? Wear a mask from the Cottelli Collection to unleash your deepest fantasies.
With a delicate filigree of jet black swirls, this accessory is designed to bring out your NOTI side. So let go and revel in your inner temptress. One playful wink and your partner’s eyes will surely be dancing!
Fasten it into place at the back of your head with a thin lacy band. That is, until you’re ready to take it off. Whatever tickles your fancy, darling.
One thing's for sure: Nothing exudes sultry seduction like the Cottelli Collection Embroidered Masquerade Mask. Try it on to add a thrill of mystery to your sex life!
- Masquerade mask
- 100% polyester
- Intricate embroidery
- Narrow lace band
- 25.5 cm length
- 14.5 cm width
- 1.5 cm height
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