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Although schools, restaurants, and entertainment venues are dropping mask mandates across the country, there’s still one place where face coverings are required nationwide: airplanes.
If you’re among the many excited travelers preparing for a spring break trip in the next few weeks, add face masks to your packing list alongside sunscreen and swimsuits. You’ll need to wear face coverings in the airport and during your flight, so if your supplies are running low, now is the time to stock up.
Below, we highlighted popular picks from Amazon and celebrity-loved brands like Evolvetogether and Maskc.
Finding comfortable face masks for travel is key because you’ll be wearing them for hours at a time. Evolvetogether KN95 masks have a protective six-layer design but are still breathable, making them ideal for airport travel. Angelina Jolie, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Jennifer Garner are just a few stars who have recently worn these masks, which are made with soft, breathable fabrics and feature like no-tug ear loops and bendable nose wires.
Ahead, shop eight celebrity-approved and customer-loved picks from Amazon, Evolvetogether, and Maskc, and continue to protect yourself and others by wearing them on planes.
Buy It! SfAVEreak Black Face Mask, Pack of 50; $6 (orig. $12.52); amazon.com
Buy It! Honeywell Safety NIOSH-Approved, N95 Cup Mask, Pack of 20, $25.50 (orig. $34.49); amazon.com
Buy It! Maskc Black KF94 Face Masks, Pack of 10, $24 (orig. $36); maskc.com
Buy It! Maskc Stars Face Mask, Pack of 10, $12 (orig. $18); maskc.com
Buy It! Maskc Neutral Variety Masks, Pack of 10, $18; maskc.com
Buy It! Henry Mask Variety Pack of 4, $49.50; amazon.com
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