‘Sexy Beasts’ Unmasked: Crafting the Wild Headpieces of Netflix’s New Dating Show

The saying “Love is blind” will be put to the test July 21, when Netflix launches the dating series “Sexy Beasts,” which already has the internet abuzz.

Each episode features a person looking for love — but they will have to choose a match based purely on personality: The contestant picks the winner from three candidates, and everyone’s face is hidden by a mask, often complete with a prosthetic headpiece. The reveal comes after the decision has been made.

The masks were created by Kristyan Mallett, a leading prosthetics artist who counts “The Theory of Everything” and “Mission: Impossible — Fallout” among his credits. He also worked as a

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