Why Ariana Grande, Hailey Bieber and So Many More Celebs Wear Evolvetogether's Face Masks

We're obsessed with these single-use, minimalistic masks!

By Emily Spain, Carolin Lehmann Jan 04, 2022 10:00 PMTags
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If you've been wondering what brand those minimalistic face masks celebs have been wearing in paparazzi pics come from, look no further. They're by Evolvetogether, and they give back. These single-use masks rocked by Ariana Grande, Hailey Bieber, Kaia Gerber and more donate to charities like ACLU, Covenant House, One Tree Planted and I am a voter, depending on the style you purchase.

Below, shop some of these awesome face masks, or check out the full selection here

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Milan—Pack of 7 Face Masks

These highly breathable masks come with a mask keeper for storage and have an adjustable nose bridge. They're processed and packaged in an FDA-registered PPE factory and come in several solid colors. 

Cairo - Pack of 12 Pink Face Masks

Add a pop of pink to your outfit while staying safe with these disposable masks!

NYC - Seven Kids Face Masks

These celeb-loved masks come in a kids' size too. They arrive with fun stickers so your little one can decorate their own mask. 

Tokyo - 30-Pack Disposable Face Masks

These gray masks will go with just about anything! We love using them while working out because they're breathable yet safe.

KN95 FW Variety Set - 15 Face Masks

With the current Omicron variant surge, you'll definitely want to stock up on KN95 masks to further protect yourself! Luckily, evolvetogether makes some pretty comfortable and colorful styles.

Still in the mood to shop? Check out these silk face masks that are worth every penny.

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—Originally published Sept. 24, 2020, 4:00 a.m. PT