Face masks are officially 2020’s hottest accessory and the flashier and fancier, the better!

Since the protective gear has become a wardrobe staple when venturing out, manufacturers – including some of the biggest designers in the world – have jumped on the bandwagon of taking them from essential to extra!

Take a look at the hot in demand fabulous face mask trend… 

Bling it on!

Forget breathable cotton and a simple print, these fashion must-haves are all about standing out from the crowd!

Embellishment is everything; think glitter, sequins, rhinestones and luxury fabrics.

Subscribe to our Free Daily All4Women Newsletter to enter

Totally impracticable but oh so trendy!


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Allison Eden Studios (@allisonedenstudios) on


View this post on Instagram


MICHAEL NGO x ‘REVIVAL’ MASK PROJECT // Benefiting Los Angeles Food Bank •• WEEK 2 DROP. . New #MICHAELNGO #REVIVALMaskProject designs available on #TOMORROW Monday 4/6 11am PST in limited quantities! Happy to introduce the #DENIM collection launching tomorrow at www.MICHAELNGO.us ! . . US Order Only. Items begin shipping 4/8!. . SO HAPPY!! Thank you for all the support during WEEK 1; We raised enough to provide 28,000 meals for the @lafoodbank!! Let’s have another amazing week! Love you all!! 100% of the net-proceeds go directly to the @lafoodbank to help provide meals to children, hardworking families, struggling seniors and many others within lower-income communities that have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

A post shared by MICHAEL NGO (@imngo) on

Designer masks

International designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Fendi and more are all jumping on the bandwagon of creating their own house brand of masks featuring their signature emblem.

But whilst they make look pretty, their price tags are anything but! Expect to pay a small fortune!

Chic in Chanel

Back home, local designer Rich Mnisi gave South Africans heart palpitations when he released his range of elaborate masks  – with one embellished with Swarovski crystals priced at R2000!


View this post on Instagram


friends of @rich_mnisi • thank you for the love

A post shared by RICH MNISI (@rich_mnisi) on

A Maxhosa face mask can also easily cost you R600 and upwards.

Maxhosa face mask – R600

On the more affordable side, Sissy Boy and Khosi Nkosi (available at YDE) have launched a cute collection of masks that won’t break your budget.

Star style

And of course, what would the trend be without the biggest and most flamboyant celebrities on the planet showing them off?

We wouldn’t expect anything less from these savvy stars.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Somizi (@somizi) on


View this post on Instagram



A post shared by Black Coffee (@realblackcoffee) on


View this post on Instagram


#Sliving ⚡️ A Lifestyle and a Movement. 💫

A post shared by Paris Hilton (@parishilton) on


View this post on Instagram



A post shared by Lil Nas X (@lilnasx) on


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Coco (@coco) on