Get a 2-pack of these statement face masks for just $18

Now that the world is starting to re-emerge from its self-imposed COVID-19 quarantine, we're all going to have to start making some adjustments to both short-term and long-term changes. 

And the questions… Should customers be hounded out of a store if they aren't wearing a face mask? Are crocheted face masks safe or not? And will face masks be required everywhere, even the Happiest Place on Earth?

It's still too early to know the answers to many of these face mask-related questions, but there's one we already know the answer to. Who wants to wear a boring plain white N95 mask anyway?

Answer: No one. 

Therefore, you can start assembling your too-cool-for-the-room face wear wardrobe now with a two-pack of these two-ply statement face masks.  Each one is made from a premium, washable poly span stretchy fabric that covers your nose and mouth comfortably while containing and blocking any airborne pathogens.

And thankfully, they've created these short, direct commentaries for the wide variety of personality types out there. 

For the concerned

In two words, an entire conversation path is established. In an instant, you express your clean-as-a-whistle health status, all while inquiring about everyone else's state.

For the hugger

This period of social distancing is hard on those who thrive in other people's personal space. For them, this simple four-letter declaration says everything their empty arms cannot these days.

For the non-committal

Look, make your statement out in the world, but there's no reason to tip your hand, right? Hello is about as tacitly friendly, yet socially ambiguous a greeting as possible. So if you'd like to retain your air of mystery while still putting something into the dialog, this one's for you.

For the introvert

Sometimes, even hello is just…you know…too much. Hi. H-I. Two letters. That's all I can give right now. 

For the crusader

If you're gonna make a statement, then by God, sing it loud, brother! You're invested in everyone's well-being and you think they should be true. And maybe it's just the right way to get that maskless guy in line at Wal-Mart thinking about his choices.