This post will contains affiliate links.I keep getting asked where I’ve bought my face masks from & well, as they are now part of our daily lives I thought I better share these amazing small businesses with you! If you like colourful, cute or spooky face masks well I’ve got you covered (no pun intended!)
6 small business to buy face masks from
This is a very affordable shop to purchase from if you’re looking to stock up. Rhianna has a lot of styles to choose from & they’re all handmade to order. I purchased the bat design cause well… it’s freaking bats. They did take a little while to arrive but they’re handmade & she clearly states it’ll be 1-2 weeks.
For the price you really can’t complain. They’re super comfy & would easily fit a wide range of people. The straps are sewn in so if you’re a little worried about the fit maybe message ahead of ordering.
Elysha who runs sew wasted is absolutely lush & made me the cutest cow print mask to match my cow print dress from her (see here). She mainly makes the most unreal dresses but also stocks some uber cute tartan masks too.
They’re really comfortable to wear & once again are really well sized. Check out her Insta to be notified when she’s next taking orders (don’t worry its every 2 weeks).
Okay time for a more luxe face mask! This seller’s masks are a little more on the expensive side for some people (please remember they are handmade so the price is reflective of skill) but the designs are beautiful. I really couldn’t resist the orange squiggle one. Theres a few more I have my eye on too.
They are shaped masks rather than the foldable designs so they fit really snugly to your face.
Jessica is a lovely local seller here in Swansea who creates the most beautiful artwork. She decided to transform her original prints into colourful masks. I had to get the leafy & the cacti ones. She even makes sets with matching scrunchies which I of course had to snag.
There’s currently 4 designs available & you won’t find them anywhere else. They’re quite a snug fit for me but work really well.
This one is a seller who we purchased Jacob’s face masks because as a bearded male the regular ones don’t always fit.
There’s such a fab selection available & they’re sized for the average male. They were made with stitched straps but since they are now sewn into a slot so you can adjust them slightly if needed.
Fab little store for the whole family.
Lastly this is a seller who I aim to purchase from very soon cause well her artwork is gorgeous. I own a tote bag made by Amber & my son’s nursery artwork is made by her to.
She decided to create her prints into face masks & well they’re blooming gorgeous! I can’t wait to order some.
There you have it; 6 small businesses to buy face masks from! All from the UK too. It’s a great way to support an independent artist in these terrible times & also keep yourself safe! Hope you find a mask you love.
*This post may contain affiliate links which can generate commission for me if you choose to purchase through the website linked. View my disclaimer here*