Some of the best choices (Photo: Revolve/Newt/Etsy/Florence Bridge/Just Hype)
Until a few months ago, no one could predict that face masks would become the most popular accessory of the year 2020.
Since the coronavirus is likely to be spread by respiratory drops, masks to protect against germs are an indispensable part of everyday life.
To ensure that health personnel are well-equipped, the government is now encouraging people to purchase non-surgical masks and wear them in enclosed public areas.
But if most of us wear a mask as a preventive measure, there’s no reason why it shouldn’t give us a good image.
We’ve put together the best facial masks available on the internet.
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Best Masks Online
Citizen’s Face Mask, Revolve, £28.
Get one that looks like a cloudy sky (Photo: Revolve).
The color of the tie is huge for 2020, and this cute blue mask has a similar effect.
Flower mask, Etsy, 20 pounds.
A small number of flowers (Photo: Etsy)
This vintage-style mask has a beautiful floral motif that stands comparison with that of Kat Kidston. It comes in triple packs, so there’s always a spare part available when it’s in the laundry.
Leopard print mask, Etsy, £6.80.
Everyone out (Photo: Etsy/LeisuretimeGifts)
Do you want a little more Buddhism? This leopard pressure mask is just a ticket.
London Freedom Masks, Etsy, £14.09.
Liberty London has excellent monsters (Photo: Etsy).
Liberty London is known for its beautiful floral prints, and the good news is that one of the Etsys retailers makes face masks out of them, with a choice of four beautiful designs.
Mask of salamander, salamander, 15 pounds.
A bit more colourful (Photo: Newt London).
This beautiful mask from New London features a bold citrus pattern in a long-lasting purple, sorbet orange and turtle green. It is also equipped with adjustable ear straps for maximum comfort.
Slate and umbrella masks, Florentine bridge, 12 pounds.
Florence sells unisex masks (Photo: Florence Bridge)
London fashion designer Florence Bridge started making unisex masks when the pandemic broke out.
Two of our favourites are a grey slate mask and a beautiful blue serpentine.
How strange. (Photo: Florence Bridge)
In addition, part of the profits will be donated to the @fuelourfrontline charity, which supplies basic foods to hospital staff throughout the United Kingdom.
Red striped mask, Martha Scarampy, 13 pounds.
Available in two different versions (photo: Marta Scarampi).
Another big independent seller is Martha Scarampy. This red striped mask is made of 100% organic cotton and is available in two different shapes.
Animal mask, Mark Kane, £25.
Big cat print (Photo: Mark Kane)
Another animal-inspired mask by Mark Kane. Not only is the mask beautiful, but 5 euros of each sale was donated to the German Red Cross.
Grey-orange mask, Just Hippe, 9.99 pounds.
Color contrast (Photo: just a hype)
Simply Hype offers a range of brilliant models, with different sizes for men, women and children. This grey-orange mask with colour closure is an excellent alternative for those who want something different from the simple one.
Maskaki, Vista print, 17 pounds.
Touch green (fig.: Vista Print)
Simply put, this khaki mask is a perfect combination. It is equipped with a structured chin, a nose bridge and adjustable straps.
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Leopard mask, Just Hippe, 9.99 pounds.
A lovely mask for babies (photo: just a hype).
Children will love the design of this Just Hype animal, which has leopards on the edge.
Superhero mask, Etsy, £5.25.
Pow (Photo: Etsy)
It can be difficult to get children to wear a mask, but it helps if the mask looks incredibly cool. This apprentice superhero is brave and pays homage to the classics of comic strips. What more do you want?
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