The 30 Best Halloween Face Masks That Won’t Clash with Your Costume
Halloween 2021 is just around the corner, but much like last year, trick-or-treating is going to look a little different this year. Struggling with the logistics of planning the holiday festivities without straying from the current CDC masking guidelines? Good news: There’s an abundance of Halloween face masks on the market that kids and adults alike can wear to stay safe from COVID-19, without sacrificing the aesthetic of a super cool costume. From skeleton to disco queen, and everything in between, here are our top picks.
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1. iHeartRaves Creepy Skeleton Face Mask
Best for skeleton costumes
Mask up with this balaclava, which features breathable, stretchy fabric for extra comfort and a creepy skull print that’s just right for the occasion. Pair this number with a skeleton bodysuit and you’ve got yourself a complete costume. Easy peasy.
$8 at Amazon
2. Qnswife 5-pack Jack-o-Lantern Masks
Best pumpkin face mask
Whether you plan on suiting up as a pumpkin from head to toe, or simply want to accessorize your everyday look with a festive face mask, this assortment of adjustable jack-o-lantern masks, which includes 10 filters for extra protection, has got you covered.
$14 at Amazon
3. Magicsquirrel 5-pack Scary Halloween Masks
Best scary variety pack
Here, a variety pack that includes five different styles, ranging from slightly sinister to downright terrifying. Needless to say, these masks make it possible to transform yourself into any number of seriously scary characters—werewolf, serial killer, what have you. Best of all, these soft fabric masks come complete with air filters, adjustable earpieces and a nose clamp to ensure a snug fit.
$17 at Amazon
4. HEIYOUNG Scary Clown Mask
Best creepy clown mask
If Stephen King’s It is the inspiration for your Halloween costume this year, this is the face mask for you. The mask has a built-in pouch for the two included air filters and is designed to be both lifelike and easy to wear. Complete the look with some white face paint, a red wig and a frilly, Victorian clown costume and you’ll be the stuff of nightmares this Halloween.
$10 at Amazon
5. LOLONG Day of the Dead Neck Gaiter
Best for Day of the Dead costumes
This neck gaiter is like a face bandana, but with better coverage—and it’s soft, stretchy construction makes it suitable for juniors and adults alike. Plus, the Dios de los Muertos aesthetic is to die for, don’t you think?
$10 at Amazon
6. Bloch Soft Stretch Reusable Black Face Mask
Most versatile mask
Isn’t this just a regular face mask, you ask? Well, yes, it is—but that’s why it’s particularly versatile. This dual-layer, stretchy face mask boasts a snug fit and soft feel and can be used with cat or ninja costumes, as well as any other get-up that includes the color black. Plus, if you’re feeling artistic, you can even use fabric paint pens for a customized look.
$18 at Amazon
7. Jack Skellington ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ Mask
Best for Tim Burton fans
Fans of Tim Burton’s dark fantasy The Nightmare Before Christmas might consider dressing up as Jack Skellington this year. If that’s your jam, this double-layer, adjustable mask, featuring the Halloweentown hero’s signature skeleton smile, will certainly fit the bill.
Buy it ($10)
8. DermStore Disposable Blue ‘Surgeon’ Mask
Another everyday mask with Halloween potential, these surgical masks can be used in combination with your run-of-the-mill sexy nurse costume, or to accessorize a sadistic dentist ensemble, a la Steve Martin’s character in Little Shop of Horrors.
$12 at Amazon
9. ‘Hocus Pocus’ Sanderson Sister Mask
Best for a little hocus pocus
In case you missed it, Disney’s Hocus Pocus is a Halloween flick with a cult following—namely because of the outlandish trio of evil witches known as the Sanderson sisters. Fans of the film will be pleased to know that this mask will turn you into a creepy, buck-toothed Bette Midler (i.e., Winifred Sanderson) in the blink of an eye.
Buy it ($11)
10. ‘Home Alone’ Marv Screaming (Wet Bandit) Mask
Best for Wet Bandits
Sure, fans of the 90s hit Home Alone can opt for a Kevin McAllister costume instead, but we think a screaming Marv with a tarantula on his face is a better fit for Halloween. (And, yep, there’s a mask for that.)
Buy it ($9)
11. REDRUM Overlook Hotel Carpet The Shining Mask
Best for classic horror film buffs
The iconic pattern on this mask will be familiar to anyone who has seen Stanley Kubrik’s The Shining. Needless to say, it’s a perfect complement to any costume that emulates one of the many creepy characters from the film.
Buy it ($10)
12. ‘Shrek’ Mask
Best for ogres
Go green and dress up as everyone’s favorite ogre this Halloween—just be sure to complete the costume with this adjustable, spandex Shrek mask to get the full effect (and the necessary protection).
Buy it ($11)
13. Witch Face Mask
Best for basic witches
It doesn’t get much easier than a simple witch costume, especially when you’re equipped with a mask that boasts all the necessary features—green skin, hook nose and, of course, the obligatory wart. Bonus: The smiling face here makes this disguise a little more kid-friendly than some of the creepier options around.
Buy it ($10)
14. Scarecrow Mask
An excellent option for any scarecrow costume, be it generic or Wizard of Oz-inspired, this basic mask is more cute than spooky. That said, scarecrows who do have a brain might consider doubling up with a mask underneath—this number doesn’t have a built-in nose wire, so it might be a little loosey goosey on its own.
Buy it ($14)
15. ‘Clueless’ Scrunchie and Mask Set
Best for fashionistas
We’re like, totally butt crazy in love with this scrunchie and mask set—and chances are, Clueless fans will feel the same. Channel your inner Cher with this matchy-matchy accessory set, which boasts the same tartan pattern that the famous valley girl rocked in the cult favorite film, and you’ve got the makings of an oh-so stylish Halloween ensemble.
Buy it (from $10)
16. ‘Ghostbusters’ Face Mask
Best classic costume
Score a beige jumpsuit and proton backpack, mask up with this protective face covering…and voila, you’re ready to fight all the specters on Halloween night. (Haunted houses be damned!)
Buy it ($4)
17. Ursula Halloween Face Mask
Best Disney villain costume
Some purple face paint and this breathable, fabric mask—complete with nose wire and filter pocket—are the only things you need to transform yourself into Ursula, the deliciously evil (and voluptuous) sea witch from the Little Mermaid. (Well, from neck up, at least.)
Buy it ($14)
18. Delta Airlines Logo Mask
Best for aspiring flight attendants
It’s probably been a while since you traveled anywhere, but you can keep the dream alive this Halloween by suiting up in your best flight attendant outfit. Here, a Delta airlines logo mask for a finishing touch.
Buy it ($10)
19. Rocky Horror Mouth Mask
Best for nostalgic parents
So you want to be one of the cool kids on the block with a Rocky Horror Picture Show costume? You should definitely go for it, especially since you can achieve Tim Curry’s iconic red lip with this mask. (Hint: It will save you time and money on makeup, while keeping you safe to boot.)
Buy it ($10)
20. Red Lipstick Mask
Best for pin-ups
The bold red lip you see here is hand-embroidered onto a cotton gauze mask that’s designed to fit most face shapes and sizes. Wear this one for any costume that requires a dose of old Hollywood glamour.
Buy it ($6)
21. Studded Steampunk Mask
Best for punks
Burning Man festival goer, late 70s punk rocker or perhaps something kinkier—this riveted pleather gem has plenty of potential, so it’s really up to you. No matter the costume you choose, you’ll appreciate the fact that this one looks a lot tougher than it feels on your face.
$15 at Amazon
22. Hannibal Lecter Mask
Best serial killer mask
Hungry for something a little scarier? Look no further than this Hannibal Lecter mask, which promises to turn you into the spitting image of the famed and fearsome (and fictional) cannibalistic serial killer.
$6 at Amazon
23. 70s Candy Stripe Mask
Best for a 70s throwback
Dazed and Confused, Almost Famous, That 70s Show—there is no shortage of pop culture references from which to draw inspiration this Halloween. Bottom line: When it comes to 70s era ensembles, this stripey retro mask has got you covered.
Buy it ($13)
24. Rainbow Sprinkles Face Mask
Best for a sweet tooth
If you’re looking for a costume that reflects your fondness for sweets (think: ice cream cone, cupcake, cookie, etc.), you might benefit from this number—a rainbow sprinkle mask, which features a photorealistic graphic that’s, well, good enough to eat.
Buy it ($13)
25. Black Velvet Roses Face Mask
Best for goths
We’re loving the Victorian Gothic vibe of this rose-printed, velvet mask. (Interview with a Vampire, anyone?) Of course, we’re also sold on the luxe, breathable fabric and adjustable ear straps, which offer protection without sacrificing comfort.
$13 at Amazon
26. Wednesday Addams ‘Socially Distant’ Face Mask
Best Addams family homage
We may never be as cool as Christina Ricci as Wednesday Addams, but the dream lives on this Halloween. Rehearse your resting bitch face, braid your hair and don this mask for a costume that’s better than the rest.
Buy it ($5)
27. Glow in the Dark Ghosts Mask
Best for kids
When it comes to little kids, you needn’t get too fancy trying to find a corresponding mask for their costume. Instead, opt for something that’s comfy, festive, and boasts the novelty of cute glow-in-the-dark ghosties.
Buy it ($10)
28. Harry Potter Face Masks
Best for Harry Potter fans
Are you a Gryffindor or a Slytherin? One thing’s for sure—if you’re a Harry Potter fan you’ll have no trouble answering that question. Don a mask from your favorite Hogwarts house and the rest of your costume will come together like...er, magic?
Buy it ($10)
29. Mermaid Scales Face Mask
Best for mermaids (or mermen!)
The metallic, sparkling scales of this mermaid mask are sure to make a splash when paired with any sea-themed ensemble. Plus, the included filters, adjustable ear loops, and nose clip on this number guarantee that it will stay in place and keep you safe, no matter what your evening holds.
$13 at Amazon
30. DISPOSABLE GOLD FACE MASKS
Best glam mask
If you’re going for Studio 54 vibes, these shiny numbers have your back. Don’t limit yourself, though: These disposable masks can pair well with a whole host of costumes—Diana Ross, Bowie, Blondie and Beyonce, to name a few—so it’s pretty hard to go wrong.
$22 at Amazon
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It’s been months since the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S., and we’ve now been wearing face masks long enough to understand what medical professionals have known all along: Masks help reduce the spread of infectious diseases, but wow, do they get uncomfortable after a while.
We found cooling masks that not only fall within the CDC’s regulations for cloth masks but they’re also a pleasure to wear—and now the younger set can get in on the cooling action.
Like the adult-size Mission Cooling Neck Gaiter, $20, the Mission Cooling Youth Neck Gaiter, $15, is made of one piece of breathable, loose-fitting fabric you wear around your neck and pull up over your mouth as needed—no labored breathing, annoying ear loops, awkward ties or digging edges. In the moments you pull it away from your mouth and nose, it’s little more than a lightweight scarf—and you won’t have to worry about putting it down or forgetting it somewhere.
When temperatures rise, that’s when the self-cooling gaiters really spring into action. You read that right: self-cooling. On those really brutal summer days, just carry a water bottle around to douse the cloth accessory, then wring it out and snap it three times to activate it. Just think: a mask you won’t be itching to rip off. And one that blocks out 98 percent of UV rays, to boot.
The machine-washable gaiters can be worn in 12 different configurations, including head wrap and makeshift hood, so they’re great ‘anytime’ investments.
Mission Cooling Neck Gaiter for Youths
Mission Cooling Neck Gaiter for Adults
“This is now my go to face covering when I go out for a walk or a hike. I can put it down around my neck and quickly pull it up over my face whenever I encounter someone,” confirmed one pleased shopper. “It’s easier to breathe through than some other masks. I certainly wouldn’t rely on this in a hospital setting, but it’s great for being out in public and being respectful of the need to protect everyone.”
“When I dropped this in ice water and used it, it felt like my body temperature had dropped 10 degrees,” another added.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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Breathability is key when it comes to a face mask for exercising. The best face masks for exercising don't cling to your nose and mouth, keep sweat away and don't fall off. But not all sports face masks are made equal.
If you're looking for an exercise mask to wear to the gym, you'll want one that meets all of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidances. The right mask should completely cover your nose and mouth, fit snugly against the sides of your face without gaps, and feature a nose wire for a perfect fit around the bridge of the nose. Look for masks that have two or more layers of washable, breathable fabric. When it comes to gaiters, the CDC recommends wearing one with two layers, or folding a single-layer gaiter to make a second layer.
Some vented face masks, sometimes called elevation training masks, are advertised for working out. But these masks are designed to train you for optimized breathing, and not for protection against COVID-19 -- they allow virus particles to escape.
Below, you'll find 12 top-rated face masks for exercising -- masks that you can actually breathe in -- from Asics, Athleta, Under Armour and more. These masks come in a range of prices and colors.
Borgasets breathable sport face masks
These affordable, 4.3-star sports face masks available on Amazon come in a variety of colors. Pick from a two-pack, three-pack or five-pack. They're made of a quick-drying fabric and have adjustable ear loops. They also come in kids' sizes.
Borgasets breathable sport face mask (2 pack), $13
$13 at Amazon
Borgasets breathable sport face mask (5 pack), $21
$21 at Amazon
Reebok face covers (3 pack)
These 4.3-star Reebok face masks are made of breathable fabric, comfortably stretch around your ears and are washable. Find them in two sizes: XS/S or M/L. Their black hue won't clash with anything you're wearing. These masks are currently available as part of a 3 for $30 deal with code COVERUP.
Reebok face covers (3 pack), XS/S, $20
$20 at Reebok
Reebok face covers (3 pack), M/L, $20
$20 at Reebok
Nike Dri-Fit Wrap gaiter
If you're looking for an alternative to the typical face mask, try Nike's breathable Dri-Fit Wrap gaiter. It's designed to wick away sweat, plus the reflective Nike swoosh will help you stay visible during low-light outdoor runs.
Nike Dri-Fit face gaiter, $25
$25 at Amazon
Asics Runners mask
This well-reviewed athletic face mask by Asics wraps around the back of your head so it won't budge while you run. It's made of a quick-dry fabric and doesn't get too close to your face, making it easier to breathe. It has an adjustable fit and water-repellent exterior.
Asics Runners mask, $40
$40 at Asics
Athleta Activate face mask (2 pack)
The reviewer-loved Athleta Activate reusable face mask two-packs come in a variety of colors. They mold around the nose and cheeks and have adjustable ear loops. They're made of a breathable fabric that's quick-drying.
Athleta Activate face mask (2 pack), $15
$15 at Athleta
Blue Bear Protection sports mask
This cotton face mask has adjustable earloops and a design that reduces trapped air from exhalations, making it great for working out. It's made with a technology that keeps your mask smelling fresh. Find it in five colors on Amazon.
"I love that it's adjustable, washable and reusable," reviewer Jennifer says. "Other masks didn't fit well and gave me skin irritation, resulting in 'maskne' (acne from masks). This mask does not irritate and bother my face like the other masks."
Blue Bear Protection sports mask, $8.99
$8.79 at Amazon
Outdoor Research Adrenaline sports face mask kit
This 4-star wraparound face mask from Outdoor Research has adjustable ear loops and a nose wire. It comes in black or gray and has a moisture-wicking lining that has a cooling effect. Its mesh material lifts the mask off the face and nose for better breathing. It also has replaceable filters. Its material is microbe- and germ-resistant.
You can find the mask on Amazon for $20, but it's available through the Outdoor Research site for just $15.
Outdoor Research Adrenaline sports face mask kit, $15 (reduced from $29)
$15 at Outdoor Research
Under Armour Sportsmask
This Under Armour face mask has a bendable nose piece and stretch ear loops. Its material prevents moisture build-up and has an anti-microbial treatment. This water-resistant mask, available in three sizes, offers room between it and your face for easier breathing during workouts.
Under Armour Sportsmask
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OUT OF STOCK: Under Armour Sportsmask fleece gaiter
An excellent choice for colder winter months, the anti-microbial Under Armour Sportsmask fleece gaiter offers a more protective take on traditional gaiters. Like the mask version, it's designed to stay off your mouth and nose. The fabric is designed to keep the inside of the mask feeling cool, while keeping the rest of you feeling warm in chilly temperatures.
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The North Face Nano mask
These top-rated The North Face masks have adjustable ear loops and a nose strip. They're super breathable.
The North Face Nano mask, $23 (reduced from $30)
$23 at The North Face
AirPop active reusable face mask
This AirPop face mask seals to the contours of your face but stays off your nose and mouth for better breathability. It provides 99.3% particle filtration and 99.9% bacterial filtration. It has a replaceable filter insert and adjustable ear loops.
AirPop active reusable face mask, $60
$60 at Staples
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When you’re spending hours out on the slopes on sub-zero winter days, it’s important to keep every inch of your body accounted for when it comes to warmth and comfort. One area of the body that’s especially susceptible to the elements when skiing or snowboarding is the neck and face. Luckily, there are a whole host of neck warmers/neck gaiters for skiing and snowboarding that will protect your face from cold air, wind, and snow.
Neck Warmers vs. Neck Gaiters: What’s The Difference?
Sometimes known as “neck gaiters,” “neck warmers,” or “buffs,” these circular pieces of fabric seem to come with a variety of names. There really isn’t a difference between neck warmers and neck gaiters, except that neck warmers are always meant for cold weather and there are technically neck gaiters for warm and cold weather. Both will protect your neck and face warm when used for skiing, snowboarding, or other snow sports.
For the purposes of this review, we’ll be using the terms interchangeably. Toe-MAY-toe, toe-MAH-toe, right?
What to Look For When Buying Neck Gaiters for Skiing & Snowboarding
Material & Weight
The best neck warmers for skiing should be breathable, lightweight, moisture-wicking, and warm. While you’re out on the slopes, the last thing you want is to be inhaling a swamp of your own spit and snot all day! High quality neck gaiters for cold weather will be made of one of the following: fleece, Merino wool, or a synthetic blend. Do not purchase or wear moisture-absorbing fabrics like cotton on the slopes.
Another consideration when purchasing neck gaiters is the weight of the fabric. Merino wool and fleece can come in a variety of weights, from thin, lightweight material to heavyweight fabrics. The heavier the weight, the less breathable the fabric, so it’s important to strike a balance when choosing your neck warmer. The best neck gaiters for skiing will fall somewhere in the middle, with a midweight fabric that’s both warm and breathable.
Fit & Comfort
Because you’ll be wearing your neck gaiter all day, often in uncomfortably cold temperatures, it’s super important that you choose one that fits well on your face and feels comfortable and non-suffocating. Not all models will fit all faces, so we’d recommend trying out a few before choosing one to take with you in the snow.
If you’re at all familiar with alpine weather, you’ll know it can be snowing heavily one minute and totally sunny the next. It would be a total pain to have to change out your neck warmer throughout the day – or even worse, wear one that’s too hot – so choosing a model that’s versatile is important.
Color & Style
Let’s be real: while colors and patterns don’t generally impact the performance of a piece of gear, it’s a central part of many people’s buying decisions and shouldn’t be overlooked. In our review, products got a small edge if they came in a variety of colors and patterns. If you look good, you feel good, and having a warm neck gaiter that matches your other ski gear is a huge plus!
Best Neck Gaiters for Skiing & Snowboarding
As I mentioned before, we evaluated several different neck warmers for skiing and snowboarding, taking into account personal impressions and recommendations, online reviews, brand reputation, and the criteria above. To protect the integrity of our recommendations, we did not include any options in our search that a) were not branded as unisex and b) were made by unknown brands that do not specialize in outdoor gear.
Here are the 7 best neck gaiters for skiing and snowboarding that we found in our search (or you can scroll all the way down to hear our final recommendations):
BUFF Midweight Merino Wool
BUFF is one of the original manufacturers of outdoor neckwear and they make some of the best neck gaiters for skiing. Their midweight merino wool gaiters are some of the best in the market for cold weather.
- Pros: The #1 best in versatility, BUFF headwear can be used for all kinds of outdoor activities, including snow sports, hiking, biking, and more
- Cons: BUFF’s circular design doesn’t work for everyone, and it’s a bit on the expensive side
Burton Ember Fleece Neck Warmer
There are few brands as well-known in the snow sports industry as Burton, and their Ember Fleece neck warmer provides warmth and comfort for high performance.
- Pros: Made of super thick, high-quality fleece that is very warm
- Cons: Slightly bulky, expensive
Original Turtle Fur Fleece Neck Warmer
Turtle Fur is a popular brand for headwear, and their claim to fame is inventing fleece neck gaiters for winter sports. Their classic Fleece Neck Warmer is a popular choice for skiers and snowboarders on a budget.
- Pros: Very warm material, inexpensive, and comes in a variety of fun and bright colors
- Cons: Slightly bulky, some customers report shedding and pilling, certain colors come out in hot water
Turtle Fur Chelonia 150 Fleece Double-Layer Neck Warmer
For extra thick, double-layered protection against wind, cold, and snow, Turtle Fur makes a double layer version of its signature Neck Warmer – the Chelonia 150 Fleece. This added thickness provides an additional layer of warmth, which is often necessary on the coldest days of ski season.
- Pros: Super thick and warm, inexpensive, made for extreme winter conditions, comes in lots of fun colors
- Cons: Customers report inconsistent quality on this product (more so than their signature product), not durable
Smartwool Unisex Merino 250 Neck Gaiter
Smartwool is one of the leading manufacturers of merino wool products for outdoor adventures, and their Merino 250 neck gaiter is a fantastic option for spending hours in the snow. Breathable, warm, and moisture wicking, this is definitely one of the best neck gaiters for skiing on the market.
- Pros: Super soft and breathable merino wool material, warm and thick, fun colors and patterns
- Cons: None, really, although it’s a bit on the expensive side compared with a few other options on our list
Helly Hansen Polartec Neck Gaiter
Helly Hansen has been a leader in high-end ski gear for decades, and their neckwear is no different. The Polartec Neck Gaiter is warm, lightweight, and soft, perfect for spending days ripping through fresh powder. It’s also made from 100% polyester, so it’s less likely to irritate skin or feel bulky.
- Pros: Lightweight, warm, and breathable. Made of Polartec fabric which is a synthetic material (so for vegans and those who are sensitive to wool, this is a great option for you!)
- Cons: Black is the only available color
Condor Thermo Neck Gaiter
On a budget but still want to stay warm? The Condor Thermo Neck Gaiter is less than $10 and is made of thick fleece, perfect for long days where the snow is falling quickly.
- Pros: Warm material, water resistant, inexpensive
- Cons: The design is shorter than the other neck gaiters on our list, so some customers complain of less coverage when using over the nose and mouth
Our Final Recommendations
No matter which product you choose, a neck gaiter/warmer is a MUST for skiing and snowboarding. You’ll have a much more pleasant and comfortable ride with a warm face and neck, and it will protect you from the painful effects of sunburn and windburn by retaining heat where it matters. Any of the products on this list will achieve this – our final verdict is just a matter of preference and durability.
So, which products really are the best neck gaiters for skiing and snowboarding? Based on our complete assessment, here are the front runners:
All-Around Best Neck Gaiter for Skiing & Snowboarding: Smartwool Unisex Merino 250 Neck Gaiter
While all of the options we’ve reviewed here are excellent choices that will work just fine for skiing and snowboarding, there’s one clear winner for the most outstanding product – the Smartwool Unisex Merino 250 Neck Gaiter. As the only product on our list made of merino wool, it’s definitely a worthy investment for avid skiers and riders who plan to spend a lot of time on the slopes. Plus, it’s versatile enough to use for other activities, like hiking and cycling. When you buy a Smartwool neck gaiter, you’re guaranteed a high-quality product that will feel good on your skin and will last for many years.
Best Neck Warmer for Extra Cold Temperatures: Burton Ember Fleece Neck Warmer
Burton’s Ember Fleece neck warmer has a LOT going for it, and if it weren’t so heavy-duty, it may have beat out Smartwool on our list of the best neck warmers for skiing and snowboarding. We’ve decided to give it an honorable mention as the best neck gaiter for extremely cold temperatures. The product’s fleece material and heavier weight make it a great candidate for those days when the snow is super heavy or the temperatures are uncomfortably low. This cozy, durable neck warmer will definitely provide a necessary layer of protection for years and years on the slopes.
Best Budget Neck Warmer: Turtle Fur Fleece Neck Warmer
If you’re looking at the other options we’ve picked out and are cringing at the $30+ price tags, don’t worry. The OG skiing neck warmer – Turtle Fur’s Fleece Neck Warmer – is a perfectly suitable option for long days on the slopes. While customers say it is a little less durable, the lower price tag will mean you will feel less guilty wearing it out on cold, windy winter days. It will keep you warm and comfortable, and you still have your pick of the widest variety of colors out of any of the options on our list.
Kay Rodriguez is the founder of Urban Outdoors. She's also the writer and photographer behind Jetfarer. When she's not writing furiously on her laptop or editing photos, you can find Kay running, hiking, surfing, or playing in the snow.
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The Best Celebrity Face Masks From Evolvetogether, MASKC, Etsy and More
Face masks continue to be a daily essential. Luckily, they've become as ubiquitous to fashion as a classic pair of jeans.
And while no one has questioned whether or not the face mask is the accessory of the moment, celebrities have undoubtedly taken them to an entirely new level.
This year, we've seen face masks nearly everywhere on celebs -- whether they're at an awards show or out and about. And often times, we find them coordinating the masks to their looks. It's clear that face masks aren't going anywhere anytime soon -- even on the red carpet -- which gives everyone all the more reason to make the most out of them, sartorially speaking.
Scroll down to shop exact face masks celebs have worn, along with similar styles inspired by their looks.
Sarah Jessica Parker
If you want a cool way to add visual texture to your ensemble like Sarah Jessica Parker, sport a versatile, plaid mask.
The Morning Show actress was seen outside the studios of Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Los Angeles, sporting a pretty lace print face mask by Wolford. Aniston has worn the plain black style from the brand in an Instagram post.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck
These two can't help but turn heads, and their appearance at the 2021 Met Gala was no exception. After J Lo arrived in a Ralph Lauren western fantasy look, she met with her beau Ben Affleck inside and shared a masked kiss. Lopez's mask matched her dress perfectly, while Ben sported a black mask as classic as his tux.
While his sister Billie Eilish showed up in old-Hollywood glam, Finneas arrived at the 2021 MET Gala in a red suit complete with the perfect matching accessory: a red sequin face mask.
Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams
Husband and wife duo, Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams, made a rare public appearance together at the 2021 Met Gala -- and looked absolutely stunning while doing it. The pair rocked matching leather ensembles that honored the classic cowboy aesthetic -- complete with ultra stylish black and gray face masks.
The sisterly love is real! Besides sporting a crystal-draped, Givenchy Haute Couture gown at the 2021 Met Gala, Kendall Jenner also wore a Seamless Face Mask from her big sister, Kim Kardashian's, brand SKIMS.
Zendaya dazzled in a shocking yellow gown (which glows in the dark!) by Valentino with an eye-catching cutout at the 2021 Academy Awards on April 25. The Malcom & Marie star accessorized with a face mask in the same matching hue.
Supermodel Bella Hadid sported a versatile black mask from the brand MASKC while out in New York earlier this spring. Check out the brand's summer sale to stock up on face masks at low prices.
If you want to invest in disposable masks, for double masking or otherwise, take a cue from Cara Delevingne and wear a simple khaki option for your casual occasions. Evolvetogether masks are a favorite among celebs, and they're back in stock!
No matter where she goes or what she does, you can always count on Jennifer Lopez to bring a touch of sparkle with her -- even with her face masks. Back in August, the artist donned a pink sequin mask for a bike ride with her family.
From across the pond at the London viewing of the 2021 Academy Awards, Olivia Colman donned a pink floral print ruffle-trim face mask to accompany her Dior Beauty makeup look and red long-sleeve dress, which she paired with red heels.
Last year, Meghan Marklevolunteered with Baby2Baby in Los Angeles with her husband, Prince Harry, wearing a blue striped seersucker face mask. The Duchess of Sussex sported the mask, a styled from Black-owned label Royal Jelly Harlem, as she helped distribute essential supplies and backpacks to local families.
This season, Kate Middleton has been taking on classic spring florals in the form of her face masks. The royal sported two masks featuring ditsy florals while making appearances earlier in March.
Perhaps the most notable face mask at the GRAMMYs was Taylor Swift's floral face covering, which featured embroidered flowers to match her romantic ensemble for the occasion.
With an evening that featured not one, not two, but three different feathered boas, Harry Styles completed his Gucci ensembles with a yellow plaid mask at the 2021 GRAMMYs.
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Megan Thee Stallion stunned in a vibrant citrus orange gown from Dolce & Gabbana. She wore a face mask in the same eye-catching shade of orange while she sat at her table for the night.
Wearing a head-to-toe look from Gucci, Billie Eilish donned a vintage-inspired floral mask that matched the rest of her ensemble.
Dua Lipa's custom Versace dress was all about the glitz and glamour. And naturally, her shining metallic silver mask was just the same.
To keep her look sleek and simple, Beyonce finished off her custom black leather Schiaparelli Haute Couture dress with a black disposable face mask.
Chika completed her pastel Nike ensemble with a ruffled mask in coordinating colors.
Silk Sonic's Bruno Mars accessorized his suave GRAMMYs outfit with a leopard print mask.
The musical trio, who wore coordinated outfits from Prada, finished off their GRAMMY looks with fabric masks in the same shade of periwinkle.
21-year-old Noah Cyrus paired her statement-making Schiaparelli Couture dress with a simple white mask to celebrate the 2021 GRAMMYs.
Vice President Kamala Harris was spotted wearing the sleek black Care Face Mask from Wolford multiple times, including when she was campaigning for her role. Thanks to its classic qualities, it went perfectly with her ensemble each day she wore it.
Embracing the classic look of pearls, the First Lady Dr. Jill Biden wore a Lele Sadoughi face mask, which features pearl beads on the adjustable ear loops, for a visit to a classroom at the Christa McAuliffe School.
Emma Roberts has been spotted out and about wearing stylish masks from Ahida Correale, which feature fun and playful embroidery details.
Chrissy Teigen opted for a pretty blush pink mask from MASKC. The star complimented it with rhinestones around her eyes.
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Shoppers Say This Breathable Face Covering with 1,400 Five-Star Reviews Is 'Cool, Comfortable, and Convenient'
As face masks continue to be a normal part of our day-to-day lives, you may be searching for options that are breathable and comfy to wear for long periods of time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends wearing a cloth face mask in public, so it’s important to have a few in your rotation that are easy to wear during daily activities. If you haven’t found a covering that meets your needs, Amazon shoppers are saying that this neck gaiter is a lightweight and cooling face mask alternative.
The Achiou Neck Gaiter Face Scarf was a top choice before the coronavirus pandemic for dust and sun protection, but now its popularity has blown up even further since shoppers have discovered it makes a “cool, comfortable, and convenient” face mask. It’s shot up on several of Amazon’s best-sellers charts because of recent positive reviews.
The neck gaiter is made out of a stretchy and moisture-wicking fabric. It can be pulled down over your head and worn over your nose and mouth as a face covering, but it can also be worn as a headband, scrunchie, hat, and more. Customers say it’s so breathable that you can wear it without discomfort during workouts, a full work shift, or errands.
Buy It! Achiou Neck Gaiter Face Scarf, $11.95–$12.95; amazon.com
“As a senior, these do give us the ability to breathe easily while outside walking or doing work or enjoying any outdoor activity,” one shopper wrote. “The bonus is the soft, luxurious fabric against your skin with no irritation. Works extremely well with glasses because [there is] no gap for air to escape up into [the] eyeglasses and cause them to fog. You also have room to add a small filter inside for added protection if you feel the need. Highly recommend.”
Many customers also note that the machine-washable Achiou neck gaiter is a great option if you tend to feel hot or claustrophobic while wearing a regular face mask.
The best part? It’s only $13, and it comes in multiple colors as well as camo designs. A few options are already backordered (but still available for purchase), so make sure to grab yours before they sell out.
Below, shop more breathable face coverings, from bamboo face masks to Athleta’s new exercise masks.
- Nxtstop Bamboo Face Mask, $14; amazon.com
- iHeartRaves Seamless Face Cover, $11.95 (orig. $12.95); amazon.com
- Safe-Mate x Case-Mate Washable Face Mask, 3 Pack, $24.99; amazon.com
- Athleta Made to Move Mask, 3 Pack, $25; athleta.gap.com
- Athleta Everyday Non Medical Face Mask, 5 Pack, $30; athleta.gap.com
- Koral Face Mask, $20–$27; koral.com