Print and cut out your mask. then using the construction paper in the color of your choosing you need to cut out another mask. Use your printed mask as a template and cut the colored paper 1/2" larger than the template. Set colored cutout aside.
Now, you want to get some good music on and lay your model down on a towel.
Place the plastic wrap over half the face to the top of the upper lip
I only focused on getting the facial features right, not worrying about the sides of the mask at this point.
Position the mask on the model
Once I got a good coat of white glue around the eyes, nose and brows I started forming and folding where it was needed - focus on the bone shapes of the face - try to get a nice curve on the cheeks, brows, nose and forehead areas - Get your fingers in it so you can feel the bone shape of the face
Do one eye at a time, once you have it in the general shape you want, use the hair dryer to dry it in place. Do other side
This should only take about 10-20 mins so any teenager should be able to tolerate it. ;-)
Let it dry approx 30-1hr
** You do have to work the glue into the paper before it starts to be more soft and pliable. Once that happens it will be much easier to work with. Just keep brushing on coats until it starts to soften **