She's been known for using shock tactics throughout her career and left audience members aghast with her lewd on-stage antics last week.
But it seems Madonna is more happy to shy away from attention in her free time.
The singer, 54, covered her face while out on the boardwalk with boyfriend Brahim Zaibat, 25, after dining at Soho Beach House in Miami Beach, Florida, on Sunday.
The Material Girl wore a black and white scarf over her face and head in the style of the Elephant Man Joseph Merrick who used to disguise his disfigured face with a hat and mask in the 1800s.
She covered her arms and shoulders with a long black cardigan which came down to her knees.
Underneath, the pop star wore a navy blue top which she paired with similarly coloured pair of trousers.
Madonna completed the look with a pair of with gold studs which matched the large pendant which hung around her neck.
The singer, who is mother to daughter Lourdes, son Rocco and adopted children David and Mercy, stepped out with boyfriend Brahim, who at 25 is 29 years her junior.
He looked smart but casual in a blue shirt and denim jeans while he hung a black jumper over his shoulders with the arms tied at the front.Madonna seemed much more shy and conservative than she did last night when she cavorted on stage and performed suggestive dance moves while wearing a miniscule black buster which left little to the imagination.
The singer shocked audience members by climbing onto a piano and straddled the musician playing it and pushed her private parts straight into his face.
Madonna then appeared to grope herself for all to see and later caused further controversy by licking a silver gun before holding it to her head.
And it seems the star may have decided to dress more conservatively for the meal in Miami after she received criticism for the raunchy antics during her performance.
One fan wrote on Twitter at the time: 'Why is Madonna still showing off her t**s? No, it's not sexy to see a woman who could be my grandma whipping her nipple around.'
Another added: 'Isn't Madonna a little too old to be flashing a nip on stage? With her kids in the background (as they're performing with her on tour?)'