Face masks have been around for centuries. They have been used to cover scars, prevent infection, and breathe easy. In today’s world we often use these as decorative additions to our homes or workplaces. In fact, they are even becoming more popular in the fashion world as more people are beginning to purchase printed face masks for use at home.
How much do custom face masks cost? The price of your custom face masks really depends on a couple of things, such as the quantity of masks that you order and how many colors are used in your design. We’ve had some great experiences with face masks that are hand crafted by our artists. By making pricing for our customers easier, we’ve taken away the guesswork, so hopefully this will help clear out a bit of the confusion that exists about face mask prices.
The face mask we’ve featured in the past has been a hand-crafted traditional cloth face mask. This one was made using a combination of heavy grommets and eye loops sewn onto a wool base. The resulting look was very impressive, giving it the appearance that the individual wearing the mask was breathing. If you want a look that is similar, but you don’t want the traditional element, our custom-face mask comes with an option that we call “The Pocket”.
Custom face masks come in many sizes and shapes. For the women who may have larger faces, we offer styles such as: the Butterfly, which are a very subtle net veil that is long and tied under the chin; the Garden Gnome, which use a traditional net veil that we provide; the Princess, which have a bit more of a comfortable fit; and the Sunflower, which offer a modern take on the traditional sunflower design. For men, our options include: the Ghost, which is like a full face mask only it has no net to block the nose; the Rock Guy, which is like a full face mask but it uses a wide-brimmed hat that creates a bit of a frame on the face. The Ghost and Rock Guy are both very comfortable fit masks for any size man. For the ladies who would prefer to keep their face free of the net, we offer the No Nonsense Woman, which doesn’t have any net at all and instead features a lace/net veil.
As you can see, there are quite a few choices available when choosing the right face mask for you. We do recommend using reusable face masks rather than disposable ones. Disposable face masks are inexpensive and disposable, and not very comfortable when being worn for any length of time. By investing in reusable face masks, you’ll be helping to reduce your impact on the environment by limiting the amount of plastic waste we create.
So what are you waiting for? Look through some of the choices we have listed and find the mask that will fit your needs and your budget. By taking the time to choose the right custom face masks, you’ll be able to express your personality at any event or time. Disposable face masks are fine for temporary situations, but reusable face masks are the best for your comfort and overall health. Both of these factors are vital for you, so make the wise choice!