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Novelty Sleep Masks

August 30th, 2010 by Rose DesRochers · 6 Comments

Anne bender asks what’s wrong with the old fashioned eye mask for sleeping?

Good question Anne!

Do we really need sleep aid products like the Snazzy Napper when sleep masks have been working for decades.

Over the years the appearance of sleeping masks have sure change though. Novelty sleeping masks are growing in popularity.

Here is a list of fun sleep masks to add to your collection.

Cat nap sleep mask

Take a cat nap with the cat nap sleep mask.


Night Shades Sleep Mask

Night Shades Sleep Mask – Now you too can wear your sunglasses at night.

View Master Sleep Eye Mask by FreakyOldWoman

View Master Sleep Eye Mask

Via Etsy

Embroidered sleep mask, weird and funny eyes

The weird and funny eyes embroidered sleep mask

i am woman, hear me snore!

I am woman, hear me snore sleep mask!

Michael Jackson Dangerous Sleep Mask

The Michael Jackson Sleep Mask

FREAK Them Out Sleep Eye Mask Bloody Face

FREAK Them Out Sleep Eye Mask Bloody Face
Via: Etsy

Eye Mask - Fuck Off

This mask tells someone in a not so nice way that you do not wish to be disturbed. Via:

"Mommy is Sleeping, Go Ask Daddy" Silk Satin Sleep Mask

“Mommy is Sleeping, Go Ask Daddy” Silk Satin Sleep Mask

 	 "Working on my Novel" Silk Satin Sleep Mask

“Working on my Novel”
– The perfect mask for the writer.

Top two masks are available via

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6 responses so far ↓

  • Mike Goad
    Wrote: Aug 30, 2010 at 8:17 am

    I’ve never even tried one, though there were times I might have if they had been readily available.

    There were times in the past when I worked nights, where light during the day interfered with sleep. The first time, in Idaho, I just slept in a light-tight room in the basement. In other places over the years, I’d figure out ways to cover the windows so that there was very little light in the room. For a while, I was also using melatonin to help me sleep.

    Today, though, we have black roman shades
    ( ) in our bedroom. While I don’t work nights on a regular basis when I’m contracting, sometimes working in the simulator goes quite late and I like to sleep later then. With the shades, our bedroom is very dark. We normally keep one partially up at bedtime, so that we’ll have a natural light to wake us up in the morning.


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    I need to get some dark shades for my room.

  • Davina K. Brewer
    Wrote: Aug 31, 2010 at 9:27 pm

    Rose, I thought I was the only one who still used these. (When traveling, hotel rooms never dark enough for me). These are too cute.

    Love that you seem to blog about everything, can’t even call you out for that. Look forward to more.


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    I’m sure you can call me out on something. lol

  • Davina
    Wrote: Sep 2, 2010 at 12:52 am

    I like the “Working on my Novel” and the cat nap sleep masks. I remember wearing a sleep mask once but I can’t remember where or why. I do remember that the mask itself was relaxing; there’s something comforting about putting something soft over your eyes.


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    I don’t recall ever wearing one. I thought you might like the novel one. hehe