We might’ve graduated from sweatpants to bottoms that actually button and zipper—well, it depends on the day, we suppose—but protective face masks continue to be part of our daily ensemble. Masks are a great way to protect yourself and those around you, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be stylish. After accumulating a 500,000-person waitlist, Evolvetogether just restocked Hollywood’s favorite KN95 masks. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
When the demand for CDC-approved styles is high, we tend to buy whatever we can find. A face mask may not be what you think of when hear the word “trend,” but then we saw A-listers like Bella Hadid, Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Stewart, and Angelina Jolie sport the exact same brand: Evolvetogether. The lifestyle company is known for creating sustainable personal care products that put you first, and its KN95 masks are no exception.
Made with six layers, this mask can successfully filter out pollution, allergies, and viruses without making you feel claustrophobic. (There’s even a water-resistant exterior, so you won’t have to sweat it if your masks come in contact with some H20.) Not only is this mask hypoallergenic—which is a godsend for anyone with sensitive, irritable skin—but it also uses activated charcoal to make that post-wear stench a thing of the past.
Of course, in true Hollywood fashion, these masks look good, too. The adjustable, hidden nose bridge offers a secure, snug, and stylish fit, while the ear loops won’t tug on your ears. Thanks to the modern, flat profile, you can wear a protective mask without serving some major duck vibes. Oh, and did we mention it comes in a bunch of chic colors?
To sweeten an already enticing offer, you can buy a pack of five Evolvetogether masks for $15. At $3 each, these masks offer some serious bang for your buck. But, hurry! Certain colors are already sold out, so if you want to bring an A-List edge to your daily outfits, you won’t want to procrastinate.
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