Some Fang masks are made in a shape of a helmet with a face on each of its facets. This blue and white mask is somewhat different - it has three faces morphing into each other. The effect on the viewer is that of a mask being danced in front of them. It is hard to tell where one face ends and the next face begins.
There are elements of a traditional ngil mask here - elongated face with protruding chin, tiny eyes and arched brows and tall forehead. Atop this mask is an ancestor figure watching over its people.