MM’s top five… places to get your mandatory face masks

As everyone will know by now, face coverings are mandatory to wear in shops and supermarkets in England from today.

They are already being used across the globe to help countries get back to some kind of ‘normality.’

Face masks will soon be an accessory that we wear on a day-to-day basis, so it is important to find one that is comfortable but also stylish.

With the array of face coverings out there, you may be spoilt for choice so MM have found the best face masks available for you to purchase to ensure you stay the right side of the new rules.

If you are an animal-lover, Emily Devine Art produces a variety of dog and cat themed masks that might be right for you.

Emily is an artist from Scotland who specialises in design and pop art.

In her Etsy shop, you can even purchase a custom mask which features an image of your own pet. Prices range from £10 to £20.

She said: “The best feature is that when your face is hidden, they still express something personal.”





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Disney-themed reusable face coverings are available to purchase at The Disney Store. These face masks come as a pack of 4 and can be purchased for £20.

Disney is donating 100% of the proceeds (up to £500,000) to the Red Cross organisations across Europe. These can be purchased online at The Disney Store.





Disney is committed to supporting our communities where we live and work. During these challenging times, we’re using the power of our timeless stories and beloved characters to address our guests’ requests for family-friendly reusable cloth face coverings. Disney will donate 100% of the proceeds from the sales of Disney cloth face coverings, up to £500,000, to the Red Cross organisations across Europe to support people in crisis. In addition, Disney is donating 100,000 cloth face coverings to vulnerable children and families in local communities through our long-standing charity partnerships, who provide comfort and inspiration to children facing serious illness, trauma and isolation. Terms and conditions apply. The cloth face coverings are available to pre-order online only. They come in 4 sizes, Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. Before ordering, please check the Disney Store European product sizing guide to help you choose the right size. Due to the nature of this item, there are no refunds, exchanges or returns, unless the item is faulty. // Link in the bio to pre-order

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Oliver Bonas is selling stylish face coverings in animal print, gingham floral and a plain pattern to help match your outfit. The face coverings come in a pack of 3 and cost £16.

The High Street store is donating £4 from the sale of every mask to UK Youth, a charity that provides young people with access to high-quality services in the community.

If you are looking for something more colourful this summer, Pucker masks is the place for you. Face masks come in a variety of bold colours, including pink, orange, green and blue. All masks are made in the UK and 25% of all profits are given to charities which help people who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

If you would like to purchase a locally-produced face covering, MM’s Hana Kelly is making face masks, with all profits going to Refuge Charity – an organisation which supports women, men and children who experience domestic abuse.

Hana said: “I decided to donate all of my profits to Refuge Charity as there had been reports they were experiencing a higher volume of calls and websites visits than usual.”

Masks are £3, excluding postage. These can be purchased via her Instagram or Facebook page.

Main image courtesy of Pucker via Instagram, with thanks.

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