Don't let your ostentatious, attention-grab of a Halloween costume detract from your vain, never-ending commitment to letting people see your face: just go as a cartoonishly large version of yourself, with You3DMe.
Spawned by a couple of TX-based Iraq War vets on a quest to find original costume ideas, this actually running business (don't let the Kickstarter page fool you) essentially hand-makes freakishly large, whole-head masks...of you! Lest you scratch your giant, novelty head, find the answers to your inevitable questions below.
Wait, are these for reals? Yes, you handsome skeptic. They're made from 3D renderings created using advanced computer technology and a healthy supply of heavy-duty, recycled card stock, the Hallmark of any good arts and crafts project.
Seriously, how do I get one? Easy, just upload two mug shots of your chiseled grill (one from the side, one from the front) taken with a flash. Make sure your expressions match, the hair is brushed off your forehead, and your mouth is closed, unlike the ones of party-goers who see your jaw-dropping, giant 3D head mask.
I have scissors, a gluestick, and no life. Can I get involved in the process? Yes, you handsome loser. Pay them slightly less, and they'll just send you a printable pdf of the different pieces of the mask -- then, just like when your attention-grabbing party antics get to be too much, you'll have to cut it out.