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Who’s Selling Face Masks in Memphis

I could wax poetic something about the times we are living in, but let’s cut to the chase. You need a mask, and there are local shops that have ’em. I, for one, don’t want to walk around looking like Bane for the rest of the year, but we gotta do it now so we don’t have to later!

Mbabazi House of Style

Who knew the day would come where I’d want a matching head wrap and face mask? Check out Mbabazi’s limited supply of colorful masks here.

 

Ixora

When you buy a mask from Ixora, they donate one to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Already got a mask, but still want to donate some to Le Bonheur? Do it here.

Texstyle Shop

Go bold with these hand-made masks available in a variety of Nigerian prints, plus a portion of the proceeds are being donated to various local charities. Make purchases here.

 

Cheryl Pesce Lifestyle Brand

Even though her spot in Crosstown Concourse is temporarily closed, her online shop is booming with hand-made masks which come in a variety of prints.

Mo’s Bows Memphis

Mo’s Bows? More like Mo’s Masks! Both adult and youth masks are coming soon to Mo’s online shop. Keep an eye out for the launch on Instagram.

 

Primas Bakery & Boutique

Y’all loved these masks so much that y’all bought them all, but don’t worry! There’ll be more where that came from. Keep an eye out on Instagram for a restock, coming soon, and make purchases here when it happens.

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These face masks were initially made to send to my brother and mom who work in the medical industry. If you would like to make your own mask please check out my video on my brick & mortar Primas Bakery and Boutique YouTube Channel for quick, easy, no-cut, minimum sewing required instructions. I got a lot of requests to sell my face masks. I never wanted to make a profit off of these during this difficult time. With that said, I am a very small business who is now relying solely on my online sales along with so many other small businesses. I decided to sell these face masks at the cost of materials and shipping. My main goal is to help out any way I can during this time. These are not medical masks. Each mask comes with a cotton batting insert. For a better fit, you may change out the elastic with a shoelace or ribbon to be able to tie on to make more adjustable. Please make sure to wash them before you wear them. Thank you for your support! Stay healthy! Love. Mucho Mucho. -Angelique

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Lindsey Glenn Designs

While not a face mask per se, Lindsey Glenn designs scarves that can easily be turned into no-sew masks. Check out her tutorial below, and make purchases here.

 

Know of another local biz selling masks? Let us know in the comments!

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