Now that I have had a few months of wearing masks to work, I’ve had time to try many different types and styles. Some are great, some not so much. Since I need to wear glasses while on the computer, I also noticed that some add to glasses fog and some do not. I found that wearing a disposable paper mask under a cloth one significantly reduces the issues of fog so the majority of my favorite masks are large enough to cover the paper masks.
The softest and most comfortable masks I found so far are from Hanes. They are lightweight, cotton, and include an adjustable wire to form on your nose. You can find ones with the Evil Eye (Mati) design like the image above on Etsy! They also come in black!
I absolutely love the patterns from Kitsch. If you follow my Instagram, you might notice I am a little obsessed with Kitsch products. I have the Leopard and Neutral Cotton Face Mask sets that I ordered from Ulta. I have received so many compliments on them. The only downside is that since they are cotton, they WILL shrink if you put them in the dryer so make sure to hang to dry. Good thing is if you forget, you can just throw them back into the washer and restretch while they are damp.
While checking out Crayola’s website for some lesson plan ideas, I noticed that they sell Crayola-themed face masks in sizes for both kids and adults. The masks have a built in nose bridge that you can adjust to the size of your nose for a better fit- this definately helped with the foggy glasses issue I have been experienced. I loved that there was one for each day of the school week, and it even came with a little laundry bag to keep them safe in the wash!
I am loving these new evil-eye face mask holders. They attach easily to your purse, book bag, or work lanyard. You can find them on Etsy.