Chasfah: (Arabic: Kasaf: fold), colloquially in the UAE the term refers to the section that covers the cheeks on the face masks (baragi). It can be wide or thin depending on individual taste. The edges are folded and a delicate shaved stake (matchsticks were used) is inserted in the fold to help prop up the overall shape. Also, known as (saaṭār) or (khad). The (kāf) is turned to (cha) in the local dialect.