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Lo and behold, the best Halloween face masks for kids to make this candy-filled evening a bit more cheerful despite the change ups this year. 16 mins ago. Variety. We found the best face masks for kids! While many families are sheltering in place at home to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, there are times when going outside is unavoidable, whether it’s for essential items or to get some fresh air with your kids.

While it’s important to remain a safe distance of six feet from others, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) also recommends that. Whether you’re dealing with an adult mask or a kids’ mask, make sure it fits snugly but comfortably against both sides of the face, can be secured with ties or ear loops, includes multiple layers. And if none of these strike your fancy, check out our guides on face masks that give back, face masks for kids and how to clean your face mask, too. For the utilitarian The 100% Human Face Mask. The 10 best cloth face masks you can buy online.

We tested cloth face masks and coverings from top brands to find which ones are comfortable, breathable, and worth the money. Whether you are taking a trip to the store, hopping on a flight, or planning to attend a future sporting event, you can do your part to flatten the curve when social distancing is not an option. Choose from a variety of styles in adult and kid’s sizes including Earloop Face Masks or Kids’ Face Masks. The best face masks if you wear glasses Alternatively, you Adidas is selling basic masks at 3 for $16.View Deal.

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“Nurse Anesthesia E-Book” by John J. Nagelhout, Karen Plaus
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by John J. Nagelhout, Karen Plaus
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Pediatric face masks.

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A variety of masks are available that fit infants of all sizes.

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Masks should be available in various sizes to accommodate adults, children, and infants.

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Some children refuse to have the face mask placed anywhere near their face.

“A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants and Children E-Book: Expert Consult: Online and Print” by Charles J. Cote, Jerrold Lerman, I. David Todres
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Few industrial masks are available for children.

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Anything that would require a Mask to have a mental age of more than two and a half I would remove.

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Face masks may not be well tolerated by children, since the fit must be snug to the face to ensure adequate oxygen delivery.

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Mosby/Elsevier, 2013

Most important for young ones is a comfortable, well-fitting mask.

“Voyaging With Kids: A Guide to Family Life Afloat” by Behan Gifford, Sara Dawn Johnson, Michael Robertson
from Voyaging With Kids: A Guide to Family Life Afloat
by Behan Gifford, Sara Dawn Johnson, Michael Robertson
Pardey Books, 2015

Most ‘children’s’ masks are simply scaled-down versions of the adult model.

“Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics” by Jennifer A. Pryor, Ammani S Prasad
from Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics
by Jennifer A. Pryor, Ammani S Prasad
Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2008

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  • Great job Kennedy! You are a cutie pie and wasn’t shy at all on camera. Wish I was that comfortable on camera.:)

    Dawn thanks for sharing! A month ago or so, I added elastic to my grandson’s mask and just this week to a friend’s mask because he has issues with lifting his arms above his head to adjust the velcro.

    Can’t wait to see your other videos. Do you think you can do a video on how to create the ear loops?

    On by the way, my mom is loving this mask. I have made her about 10 thus far. She just mentioned the other day how much better she can breathe in this one because I’ve made her a few other styles.

    Thanks again for a great pattern!
    Tracey

  • Thanks you for all your time researching and trying different things out and sharing. I didn’t think I would watch a whole hour of video but it seems I have done!! Schools went back in Scotland a couple of weeks ago and the kids didn’t have to wear masks, but that decision has been reversed so I made some last minute masks for my teenage sons last night as they only wanted to wear black ones for school (patterened ones are fine when their peers aren’t around!!) I think I will try a Jesse mask for them as they look more wearable than anything else. Can I give you a tip for fastenings which may work for kids? Maybe you have already covered this in one of your other videos, but it’s something my son likes. I use two strips of jersey t-shirt fabric threaded through a craft bead which slides up and down for adjusment like the glasses cord you showed. Thanks again.

  • I love the options and watched this one time before. I wanted to show my daughter but now there are way too many ads. So annoying!

  • Such a good job! Dawn this mask is wonderful. I do have a question, I swear you had a video on how to make the mask with a removable nose wire? Maybe I’m going crazy lol. Do you have any tips that I can use for this mask to make a removable nose wire? I’m just worried about washing the mask with the wire. Thank you so much!

  • I heard either on Tv on the news or a video from the news recently and they said the gaiter wasnt a safe choice like they thought before

  • I love your grand daughter’s Jessie mask. I also love the idea of using the botton hole elastic. So much so that I ran out and got some for myself. But I have a question about her mask. It looks like the sides, where you sewed the buttons, is tapered. It looks different than the side for your mask. Was the pattern altered for the child mask? I love that it looks tapered and fits snugly at the side. If it was altered can you give advice on how to do this? Thanks.

  • Where are the PATTERNS for these mask I’m asking it to be shown from the very beginning or tell me where to find the (pattern) please

  • Do you have “The Best Masks for Children “in an adult size pattern. I have a small face, but not as small as a child. Thank you Dawn.

  • Kia ora, I am from New Zealand. I really take for granted how good we have it. My children still have sports and swimming lessons, and here I am in August/September just bought a sewing machine and learning to make masks because after 102 days with no case’s, a town I don’t live in has just come out of a short semi lockdown. I’m making some, just in case even though me and mine are in no real danger. Thank you for these videos xox

  • My boyfriend is literally going to kill me once he sees how much I spent on skincare products ������ he just uses his axe body wash��

  • For the peeling solution, it says not to use in the same routine as other direct acids. I use lactic acid 10% + ha, can I still use that in the morning then do the peel at night? Or should I skip the lactic acid all together on the days I use the peeling solution?

  • This is a great pattern for kids and adults. I made six kids masks to send to my nieces grandchildren and two adult masks so far. I will be making more. Thanks for such a great pattern!!

  • Just found your videos from Oklahoma— thank y’all so much! I’m a beginning sewer and your videos have been absolutely the most helpful. Appreciate it so much. ��

  • If anyone is unaware, I’m From offers mini versions of their mugwort and honey masks, so you can get those for a more affordable price if you currently can’t afford it or if you’re just unsure on how it would be on your skin!:)

  • Oh I really like adding the elastic to the mask! So when you are saying the elastic is 15″ for medium and 13″ for a small child under five are you referring to medium 15″ for your convertible mask teen pattern and 13″ for the child pattern??

  • I love this mask it is so comfortable. However, I didn’t have the best luck with the strap because people wanted to put it behind their head, not up higher. So similar to adding elastic for Kennedy (who was fantastic and OH SO cute), I converted to earloops with cord locks. I’ve used both a cut t-shirt with pony beads and round elastic cord with a cord lock. They are so comfortable and breathable.

  • The only problem is everyones face is a different shape.A child might wear a edium face mask,some are oval,round, square, the same with there nose.

  • Hi Dawn and Kennedy! I love the mods you and your reader-sewer-customer have done! I think my next Joann coupon was s going to be for purchasing the quilted cotton.

  • HYRAM NEED HIS OWN SKINCARE LINE!
    I LOVE HIS CONTENT

    Until that dream comes true, I put all his product recommendations and his affiliate links in one place at http://www.recommendedbying.com to make it easier for you guys to access it.

    Let me know what you guys think!

    Love you hyram!

  • That’s fantastic! Thank you for sharing this and good to see a child modelling their mask. I must show this to my granddaughter. ��

  • Kennedy…children used to do lots of community projects and if your parents would approve, maybe you could do more videos to help alleviate some of the problems kids may have with masks and proper hygiene…make it look fun and not geeky! I think you have a lot of appeal in this video! Thank you for being so willing to help out your peers!

  • Thank you and amen. I am always so disheartened when I go out in public to see how many people do not wear masks and/or wear them incorrectly.

  • Hello! Love your videos and have made one for myself and my husband. I’d like to make the child size masks for our grandkids. Your video blocks the other edge of filter pocket material. Can only see 16 cm. Ah! I see it in caption 16 cm x 16 cm. Thank you!

  • Hi! I was wondering do you wash the fabric first before sewing? I made quite a bit of masks for my 3 kids and it shrank after washing and drying in dryer. I will try hand washing next time. What materials do you recommend? My kids prefer the cottons from their leggings.

  • Thank you so much for all of your videos & great information. Eliza is such a cute & sweet girl, great model. Love the idea of using muslin first. Getting ready to sew for 11 of my 12 grandkids. Curious if you ever tried any mask from Sweet Red Poppy?

  • The adjusted Jesse mask on your granddaughter has the buttonhole elastic resting directly on top part of her ear. Is it possible to have the elastic NOT rest on the ear? I’d think some kids would find elastic on top of ear be annoying/uncomfortable.

  • Thanks for such a clear video on how to make a mask for those of us who don’t have a clue about sewing. I’ll be making 2 masks tomorrow. Austria.

  • I’ve tried links provided and uncomfortable that your site indicates on my screen as “Not Secure”…. I would like to shop online but uncomfortable about security of my info (credit card). Please respond, this is third request on this topic. Thank you!!!

  • I have been trying to find the pattern for the Jesse Killon face mask for children. I have not been able to locate it. Would you give me the information to find it. I am trying to get masks made for my Grandchildren.
    I love all your videos. Thank you for all your information.

  • Found the Korres yogurt mask at Marshall’s for $3! I saw it and instantly thought of Hyram, he put me on! The mask works amazing. Thanks Hyram!

  • As a retired school RN, I know that compliance is a big issue. If the kid doesn’t feel comfortable with his/her appearance, he/she won’t wear it. Thanks for addressing this with the many variations you showed. The best mask is the one the kid will wear!

  • So sorry I missed the live Q & A! I do not have kids but fully support your outreach effort. I hope you can get this information about fitting for children to federal and and state organizations responsible for social distancing outreach.

  • Hi I live in New Zealand and have tonight watched your video. I was very impressed with all the options you showed. As you said we did go into complete lockdown for a month but we didn’t have to wear masks when we went food shopping. But you were correct only on member of each household was allowed to go shopping and we had to keep a 2meter distance between shoppers. All staff in the supermarket had to wear masks. We were asked only to handle items we bought and not touch anything were not going to purchase. We bagged our own groceries and on entry and exit we were asked to sanitize our hands and trolley handle. Drs did video consults. Chemists would deliver to medically vulnerable people. I loved shopping for food on line but some times it took a week to be delivered. Sadly when all the retail businesses closed lots of people lost their jobs. The Government helped with incomes for 12 weeks but some businesses never reopened. Our boarders are still closed to tourists and will be until 2021. We finally got rid of any cases of COVID for about 2 weeks but have now gotten our first community transferred cases. So Auckland went back into semi lock down for 3weeks. That ended at midnight last night. Kids go back to school today. But our kids will not be wearing masks at school but in saying that if parents want to keep home schooling they can and if they want their children to wear masks out side of school that’s up to them as well. I ha crochet cotton masks for some of my grand kids and for a daughter in law who is a teacher. She has to wear a mask out of her classroom even in the teachers lounge. Thanks for a brilliant vid I can see lots of options now to sew for my family members.

  • You should do a video for the boys where you teach them how to take care of their skin before and after shaving! Especially for guys who do it daily!

  • Thank you for sharing knowledge and facts about why is it important to wear a mask. Loved all yr mask vids. I’ll be trying to make some mask:)

  • Thank you so much for all your videos! I watched when it all started in March, and back again making them again. I came back to see which interfacing was recommended as safe but it seems the shape factor was why you chose Pellon 911F. I’m now trying 306F which is lighter. Your nursing & sewing background makes you the most credible & easy to understand. You have done such a great service for the world! ������

  • She’s a great model and an adorable child! And that’s a beautiful and simple mask. I’ll have to try it. I’m over 350 and that design would’ve saved me a lot of time. ��‍♀️ I’ve got many more to work on for a fundraiser so maybe this is the answer.

  • First of all, LOVE you! Love your videos! I’m addicted!
    I really love using the sand and sky purifying Australian pink clay mask, what do you think of this product?

  • I totally agree with you (and the scientists who are now encouraging people to wear masks) that this is about protecting each other. I was an OR nurse for 40 years at Sickkids in Toronto. I worked through SARS and H1N1, and will tell you, this is SARS on Steroids! Thank you for designing a mask that will fit individuals simply by taking some measurements. I have made the square, pleated masks, and put in filters, but this fitted mask is both comfortable and looks good!
    Put others first! And hopefully they will reciprocate. Thank you!

  • I have been following your videos since March. I love that you have a medical background as well and can attempt to be a voice of reason. I work in a medical office, but in medical records so no direct patient contact; however, have been wearing masks in office since the on-slaught of this dilemma I have made more than 600 masks for family/coworkers/friends and struggle with the one size fits all. It is my secret therapy. I am a quilter and find sewing therapeutic. But I struggle with being able to make masks for the masses and yet custom fit. Have started using ear loops with the sizing tubes/beads as an option. Thank you for all you have done to promote safety and personal responsibility.

  • Thank you so much for your videos. I have cut out child and teen masks to give to others to sew. I have been trying to decide how much elastic to use. Now I will include 3and1/2″ of coffee tie wire, a button, and 18″ of button elastic for each mask. I have made over 100 masks for family and friends from both patterns. We love the Jesse masks. Thanks again and again.

  • Thank you for this video. My son had a speech evaluation and after picking him up he was not waring a mask… it kept on falling off. I found your videos and specifically this one so I made one up last night… it took me about 4 attempts to get it just right but by adding darts on those they are still usable. He measured 4.5 and by cutting that diagonal line it just did not cover him well. Now he would be ready for his next evaluation on Monday and teacher visit. Thank you soooo much for being so passionate about masks. When I told people back in March that masks should be mandatory I got a lot of hate messages on FB… now those same people are preaching about wearing masks. However, I have one question… what size wiring do you recommend for a child. Should it be 3.5 still or shorter. Thanks!

  • Good job Kennedy!

    Dawn, you skipped the step where/when you inutially stitched on the lower half of the bias tape.

    I have a suggestion adding a loop to attach elastic. Rather than stitching elastic into the binding, make a loop at the ends of the mask binding to thread the elastic through it. That would allow for changing elastic &/or using a different size or type of tie…

  • Hiram plsssss do a video abt cruelty free products!!! So many of the items u suggest like cerave and simple aren’t cruelty free so I can’t use them!

  • The most effective mask was the fitted N95. Three-layer surgical masks and COTTON MASKS, which many people have been making at home, also PERFORMED WELL.

  • Hi everyone! Which chemical exfoliator should i use for my sensitive skin..i never use any chemical exfoliator before so is it okay to use the ordinary AHA &BHA peel at 1st? If yes, then how many times in a week should i use it?

    Thank you��

  • Just bought some!! Hope I like them, as I have to wear it anytime I’m with clients 4 days a week in my studio, in addition to having to wear it out in public now due to the state wide mandate ��

  • Thank you so much for this information. I have a 9 year old and a 13 year old. I have tried many options and thanks to your advice I have been able to make both of them masks that work and they won’t have to adjust it throughout the day. I’m off to my fabric store to make them a few more. Thank you again.

  • Great idea using the Buttonhole Elastic. But why are there are 2 sets of buttons on each side? Is it to secure the extra length you leave room for them to grow? Then do you fold the elastic over several times when you button on the 2nd button? Does it stick out much? Or is the second button for some other reason?

  • I am so thankful for your videos. I have a question about the oley-fun. How long will it last wash after wash? Does it break down and then throw the mask away?

  • You guys are absolutely AWESOME. Thank you SO MUCH for all your helpful videos and for donating so many (!) handcrafted masks. YOU ARE APPRECIATED!!!

  • Neck fleeces, also called gaiter masks and often used by runners, were the least effective. In fact, wearing a fleece mask resulted in a higher number of respiratory droplets because the material seemed to break down larger droplets into smaller particles that are more easily carried away with air.

  • Love this design! It was one of the first I made for myself. Almost time to make another, I washed mine too many times already. ❤️ fits perfect ❤️

  • I am just now listening to this video and I am so happy to hear you explain this subject to parents and any adult who cares for the young adults
    Thank you for your words, advice and instructions
    From California (is been Hot but we wear the mask ALL the time). Very good video thanks beautiful model ��

  • for the peter thomas cucumber face mask, would you ever keep it on overnight? -I know on the product it says you can but I question it cuz of the exfoliating ingredients and citric..would love your opinion

  • The Blue Tansy one is really good but after a few months, it turned into this weird navy blue color and I ended up throwing away even though it still had enough for 2 applications…������

  • Is the measurement of 15″/medium, 13″ small for the child’s pattern or the regular (adult) patter;’s small and medium? I wear the small adult.

  • Good video especially the information in the beginning about those who do and those who don’t and keeping your germs to yourself and no mask shaming.

    But I never thought about the new bullying reason of mask shaming with kids…. what kind of mask is worn or brand of tennis shoes shouldn’t ever matter to kids, or adults…. it’s about protection

    Good video, too many adds

  • Kudos to Kennedy! Great job modeling and choosing a fabulous fabric for your mask! Thank you Dawn, your calm voice and gentle encouragement are like a healing balm during these stressful times. I especially appreciate the economy of time and fabric that are hallmarks of your designs. As a sewing novice, I treasure the tips you share! Many thanks!

  • I appreciate & agree with your message! Kudos to you! I’ve seen all your videos and my masks have evolved as your videos have! Keep up the good work!

  • Thank you for this video. You appear to have addressed all of my questions and concerns about mask design. I particularly like the last one you showed. Even without a threatening virus, this is a great design for crafters, woodworkers and gardeners anyone who need to keep foreign matter out of their airways and off exposed skin. Mask wearing may we’ll be with us for a long time. Please continue doing what you are doing. The world needs innovators and educators like you.

  • Excellent video after getting past all you personal blah blah blah. Additionally: you sure did a lot of non mask wearer shamming for some one who criticizes mask shamming. Just saying.

  • I’ve really enjoyed and learned so much from your series on masks. Thank you so much.
    I tried the altered Jessie mask (with the button and buttonhole elastic). I found them easier to turn through a slightly larger opening along the diagonal line that you drew in ( 28:48 minute mark), this worked very well.

  • Where can I find the pattern for the different size Jesse masks, please? My son measures 4 1/2 from bridge to temple and the same from temple to under the chin. How do I adjust a pattern to fit him? Thank you for this video! I will try making scarf masks with the cotton and nose pieces for winter for my teacher and psychologist friends! If I find my own fabric, what size is the large yellow scarf out of curiosity? I read that 100% cotton is most effective in three layers; is that true news? I’m guessing if there are kids wearing the ones that aren’t fitting properly, I want my children to have some extra protection in theirs. I’m sure I’m spelling this incorrectly, but are olea haliard 600 or oleafun filters that you slide out before washing, or do you sew it in as a permanant layer? Thank you!

  • please do a review on farmacy’s honey potion face mask and elf’s beauty shield magnetic mask!! i have dry to comb skin and i feel like these masks are sooooo hydrating but i’m not knowledge enough to know if it’s good for my face!

  • Love all of your face mask videos and appreciate your efforts to inform and help everyone else. I have learned so much from watching you. You ladies are amazing! Keep up the wonderful work you do.

  • Thank you for this video! I am making masks and cannot find a pattern that my son will keep on, and they all bother my ears. I’m excited to see how you get them to fit!

  • Thank you Dawn,you are a great Teacher and thank yor Kennedy.Ive made dozens of your pattern “Perect Fit Mask”already including this new one with elastic, My Daughter-Inlaw said these are her new favorites after countless other style of mask that I have made for her, These masks are way more comfortable to wear and sew easy to make.

  • I got two tubes of the Origins clear improvement mask in a free beauty box I got for Christmas, and I’m just now finding out they’re good products and pretty expensive so I-

  • First of all, thank you so much for your videos and valuable information. I have found after making this type of mask, that there seems to be a loose area around the chin. What am I doing wrong? I have tried cutting the bottom but the mask does not fit correctly on the chin. I am not an expert seamstress but I have tried making adjustments but I do not know how to get a good fit on the chin. Thank you for everything you and your daughter have done but maybe you or your audience could give me some pointers.

  • Thank you. I haven’t stopped thinking about all the options since watching your video and am back. The bit where the little girl puts her Jessie mask on alone also sticks with me, if she can do it that easily then my niece will too. With the design, instead of leaving the opening where the elastic used to go in, leave it somewhere along the bottom and top stitch it shut, so much easier to turn!

  • Thank you so much for this video. I appreciate the alternatives to the traditional face mask you’ve outlined. I’ve found all your mask videos to be really informative and your descriptions of how and why to use each element of the mask is easy to understand there’s a lot of conflicting and confusing info out there. Thanks for taking time out to do this for everyone.

  • I have watched all of your videos from the beginning of the pandemic. I am so glad I chose yours to watch first. You made such sense and did so much research and have a medical and quilting background that I felt VERY safe making your mask. I made tons for family and friends. But I especially love the Jesse mask because it doesn’t ride up and is so comfortable with no issues about being able to breathe. A big thanks for the child mask videos. I am in Illinois and my 10 yr old grandson will be going to school 2 days a week this fall and I will be making his masks and feel very secure that he will be as protected as possible. That’s the greatest feeling for this Grandma of 3. I have also made masks for my 4 and 5 year old grandkids. You give such complete instructions that I confidently sized them down and they love them. You are NOT preachy and do NOT talk too much! If people don’t like it don’t watch. And they should keep their nasty remarks to themselves. I LOVE how detailed you are and the way you teach. I don’t have to guess about anything. If I have a question you answer quickly. I also love all the YouTube videos you and your daughter make. I went back and watched them all. Especially liked your home studio tour. I am so thrilled when I see you have a new video. I enjoy them so much. I love seeing how much fun you have together. Just keep doing what you do and ignore the mean people and their ugly remarks. God bless you and your lovely family

  • We were never going to be able to “abolish “ the virus. Any more than we have abolished the flu or hiv. The entire goal of stay at home was to “flatten the curve” It’s in the community now. The very best we can do is protect ourselves and others as barest as we can. Wear the mask. Wash your hands. Wipe down surfaces for often and don’t touch your face.

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  • I watched this whole video for the great ideas for our teens and middle schoolers, even though I have other tasks pressing on my time. Now we can offer something that each will actually wear. Thank you!

  • Hyram, new to your channel and love it and how candid and fun you are. Any recommendations for eye masks (anti-age and depuff)? I found myself in an eyemask online wormhole and I have no idea which ones to try for cooling everyday use or as needed. Please help

  • I have watched your videos and I am so impressed with the information. Thank you! I have 3 grandchildren and will do masks for them for school. Take care and be Safe!

  • Can’t seem to find the pattern for this one. And the measurements seem to be clouded over in the video. Could you please share pattern or measurements? Thank you!!

  • I make a lot of masks and always improving them. You have to be very careful with mask that goes around the head in young children. It can be a strangulation hazard if it get caught in some object. Just a advise…

  • Beautiful mask pattern for kids, just thinking �� at that young age if they can take the mask off they will lose it. Changing out the elastic for behind the head. Just a personal preference
    What is the measurements of the filter pocket? You have it listed as the same size as the material?
    Thank y’all.

  • Thanks for talking straight. I live in Ireland we had the debate about wearing/ non wearing of masks for months. now we are wearing masks but for adults only. Our children are going back to school without masks at the end of August. This is a great concern for a lot of families.

  • I don’t even know what category I should go with… My skin is oily and gross. I clean it and as soon as it’s dry, it’s oily again. I’m 31 and I’ve never done a face mask before.

  • Thank you. I have been following you since March, and you have been an informed voice of reason. thanks for being there for us.:)

  • In the video you indicate that the measurements of the fabric for the main fabric are the same as the filter pocket, which they clearly are not. Can you clarify please

  • Hey Hyram, I LOVE your videos, they are super helpful and so easy to understand why the ingredients are so beneficial. I loved this video about face masks, but I was wondering if you would be willing to do a drugstore and/or cheap but good face masks that are affordable!

  • Hi Mrs Dawn, I really enjoyed your face mask tutorial.

    Also, Kennedy did a great job modeling the face mask and she is so adorable.

    She wasn’t shy at all and I hope you get her to model another face mask again.

  • What a beautiful little girl xx. So glad you are better, have to admit I loved your mask with the Velcro, but my mum and a lot of others didn’t get on with it as found it hard to get hand over their head. Would love to c a video on elastic around the ears. Your daughter was lovely and sent me a phot of what it should look like, but I’m very new to sewing and need to watchthings xxx

  • I have attempted several times to order your patterns. I enter info and it wipes screen clean. Very disappointed. Do you have an easier way to order or am I just out of luck?

  • For clay mask: the body shop’s Himalayan Charcoal Mask. For hydrating/nourishing mask: Antipodes’ Aura Manuka Honey Mask.
    Great, GREAT stuff����

  • Cindy, thank you and your daughter (and grand daughter!) so very much for your videos. I, too, am a retired nurse practitioner who sews masks for family and friends. I, too have struggled with finding the “best” alternative for each person’s needs. Your videos successfully explain the differences between masks that protect others versus masks that potentially protect the wearer. It absolutely requires all of your careful explanations, so don’t be discouraged by people who might say that your videos are too long! I appreciate you!

  • You did preach. But I loved it. I’m a former ICU nurse. THANK YOU. THANK YOU THANK YOU. My daughter works at a day preschool and so many of the parents aren’t providing clean masks for the kids to wear. I’ve been making “emergency” masks for them when the kids leave one at home or just to grody to look at. I cut the 18 inches of elastic that went from one ear to the other and threaded it through the bungee toggles so it can be adjustable. I’ll now get the button hole elastic. It’s brilliant. Thank you again.

  • melet’s witch face mask I can get
    Hyram all of them u can’t afford
    mebut what about that one-
    hyramoh that one the $7 one. haha That one is the strongest one and if u us it wrong, you don’t want to know
    me being a dumb person
    meok then no facemask for me

  • I love this mask design, it was the solution for two family members who are very hard to fit. Kennedy is a wonderful model! I modified the mask using two baby headbands looped together to go around the head because the wide tie just didn’t work for us. I may try soft 1/2″ elastic if I can find some.

  • Please make a night cream/day cream video!! I couldn’t find any from you and I must knowyes? no? just a fancy moisturizer? which ones do you recommend if any? ��

  • Snail secretion? I’m new to this channel and everyone seems to be minding their business, eating their popcorn in this comment section so I guess I’ll do the same Lol

  • beautiful Hi Kennedy you are doing such a great job helping to model for the children……its wonderful to see you helping… Canada loves you too.

  • I like the sand and sky clay mask. I also really like the ordinary salicylic clay mask. what else? origins out of trouble is good, pixi peel and polish, exfolikate by Kate somerville, Peter Thomas Roth pumpkin enzyme mask, and so on….. what are your thoughts on these?

  • Thank you for the shout out to “local businesses that may be suffering” for where to find the gators. Love this video and all the information.

  • Do I have to use a facemask. I already use the ordinary salicylic acid (once a week) and the ordinary glycolic acid( 3 time a week).

  • Many of my friends and family have asked me to use the elastic around the ear method. Would i just add 1 inch to the ear side of the mask to make the channel for the elastic?

  • Thank you for such an informative video! Everything we need to know is right there and everything we didn’t know we needed to know too! Love all the variations and options. Plenty of ideas I would never have thought of. Wonderful!

  • We need a freeman mask review a lot of us teen use it and I check the ingredients list in the mf link thing you give us and it say it’s a ok to use but we want your opinion on them

  • I like it, but why would you ware it in the car by yourself…..To save yourself from….yourself? Actually the mask gig is a bigger hoax than Russia.

  • Kennedy did such an awesome job on the intro like it was old hat for her! I thought this was her channel at first. (It’s my first time watching one of your videos.) ��

  • HYRAM I LOVE YOUR CHANNEL. I have been watching you for such a long time and am now going back and binging all of your videos! You are SUCH a breath of fresh air to YouTube!!!! So nice to come to your channel for a safe informative, drama free place to learn all about skin care!��