Since face masks are basically a new form of makeup, it stands to reason that you should find the shade that’s right for you.
Enter California-based designer Shami Oshun. Known for her tech-forward fashion and best-selling color-changing Bev bag, the designer has released a collection of non-medical grade face masks that defy the idea that “nude” is relegated to a mere beige shade or just a handful of brown hues. The Nude Fashion Masks are available in a range of 14 colors with number one being the darkest shade.
Handmade in Oakland, each mask is crafted from mesh and two layers of cotton and features a filter pocket to allow for better airflow and protect your face from any particles emitted whenever someone talks, coughs, sneezes, etc. nearby. What’s more, each mask purchased helps Oshun donate more masks to a hospital or medical facility in need. Each mask costs $30.
“Many of the fashion and beauty ranges are horrible, but especially horrible for dark skin women,” Oshun tells ELLE.com. “I wanted to provide the best range that I could before it became a problem that needed a solution.”
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Unlike Oshun’s Bev bags, the Nude Fashion Masks don’t change colors but those looking for one-of-a-kind face masks can look to the designers other offerings, including the Fashion Masks which feature her signature color-changing technology, the Earth Tone Fashion Masks, dipped in blues, greens, reds, and browns, and the Reflective Face Mask. Face masks aside, the one-stop-shop is also stocked with loungewear and color-changing accessories. Shop the masks and more at shamioshun.com.
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