7 Reusable Face Coverings You Should Consider Buying
Face coverings have become part of our ‘new norm’. We’ve had to wear them on public transport and many people have made it compulsory wear when out and about. Well, now it will be mandatory for face coverings to worn when out in the open at all times.
What has changed?
As of yesterday (24 July), Britain enforced the law that face coverings must be worn when in supermarkets, banks, shops etc. The law has come as a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. Police also have powers to give out £100 fines to people that fail to comply with the new law!
If you don’t have a face-covering don’t sweat I have you covered!
I thought it would be a good idea to share a few brands that sale face coverings online. I myself will be purchasing from one of these companies because your girl needs to look better in the streets! Get this through, they are **Black-owned!!
Please note: I have not yet purchased any of these face coverings, for my own use.
Osula Designs proceeds from the face coverings have gone to a charity to support people with disability in Nigeria!
Made in Nigeria. These face coverings are environment-friendly, comfortable and washable for all occasions.
3. Kiwi and Yam
Kiwi&Yam is an urban street-wear brand that aims to embody multicultural Britain and youth rebellion.
Omoge UK provides quality African inspired clothing at an affordable price. All of their print materials are ethically sourced and hand-made in the UK.
Shami Oshun is a fashion designer based in California built her brand in 2015 to provide unique and timeless designs to the world.
6. Girl Number 9
7. Mazura Studios
Mazura Studios is working towards becoming your ‘go-to’ for Clothing and Lifestyle essentials!
I would like give a special thanks to Cece of Ce_snaps for advising me to write on this.black ownedcoronavirusface coveringsface masksvirus