I’ve said before in both of the posts covering Sha’an attire that at some point, they would have masks.
I still am unsure whether they will be an over-or-under-the-hood kind of mask, but most Sha’an wear masks. I’ve figured out that Sha’an make their masks to wear as a sort of rite of passage into adulthood, leaving younger Sha’an covered on their head. So masks are an adult thing, signifying individuality, and also who/what a Sha’an represents. They can choose to craft their mask in the likeness of their remnant or another, as an act of leaving their homes. Anyway, here’s some concepts of masks, some with similar designs to show how family members can design similar masks, but most are different.