11 Latina-Owned Companies Making Cute Masks
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic will require the use of face masks for the foreseeable future. While it might be hard to adjust to the new normal, it gets a little easier when you can do it in style. Take a look at some of the cutest face masks made by Latina-owned companies.
Azteca Negra is an Afro-Latinx business that sells hair accessories, earrings, and pillows made with eco-friendly materials by creator Marisol Catchings. They have also been helping in the fight against COVID-19 by making face masks that add a touch of color to your safety.
Ashley Nell Tipton Designs
The winner of Season 14 of Project Runway, Ashley Nell Tipton has used her design skills to create cute face masks that also have a powerful message.
Cha Cha Covers
The nail-design company has added masks to its offerings, including one featuring the Loteria.
Backstitch Bruja was started in 2018 by Yvette, a Mexican American seamstress who takes her inspiration from Chicana style. She also offers a ton of Halloween patterns that are perfect for the season.
3 Twinkling Lights
3 Twinkling Lights is an Etsy shop created by Jennifer Reynosa with her mother and sisters. They have plenty of Halloween-themed masks, too, as well as pop culture–inspired designs featuring characters from Disney and The Office.
For the baseball fans, Balam Creations has you covered with a mask to celebrate this year's World Series winners, the Los Angeles Dodgers.
You know those '90s-style fleece blankets perfect for the winter months, that have tigers and eagles on them? Well, Adelitas Apparel has masks to match.
This Nicaraguan artisan also offers masks for the sports fanatics in your life.
This lifestyle brand has taken their signature saying and put it onto a face mask.
If you want to keep it simple but still stylish, try this black mask from Diosa León.
Just in time for Christmas, HeartandSewClothing is here with tree-covered masks that also feature Yoda.