17 Face Masks Your Kids Will Actually Like

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Face masks have become an integral part of our daily wardrobe, so it's key to find the most comfortable, best quality, and (of course) cutest masks on the market — and the importance of these criteria is multiplied exponentially when it comes to children's masks. But turns out, there are far less viable options on the market. After asking parents and reading hundreds of customer reviews, we have rounded up the best masks for kiddos based on style, comfort, breathability, and last but certainly not least — fit. From customizable masks to patterned disposables sold in bulk, we present you with masks your kids will ​actually​ like (shocking, we know).

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1. Bailey Blue The Ultimate Kids Face Mask, $12

This may be just about the cutest mask ever. It comes in tons of designs and the handy neck strap is perfect for kids on the go.

2. Pyong Kids Printed Disposable Breathable Face Masks (set of 100), $16.99

These disposable masks come in a slew of adorable prints, have bendable nose wires, and are super affordable.

3. Caraa Winter Kids Masks (set of 5), $19

Don't these colors just make you happy? Caraa's kids' masks are thicker and warmer than the brand's original style (also great!), perfect for playing outside during those chilly winter months.

4. Evolvetogether Tokyo Kids Face Masks, $35.97

A mask and activity all in one? We want to join in on the fun! This chic brand of disposable masks comes with two sheets of DIY decals.

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5. Just Play Three-ply Kids Face Masks (set of 24), $17.99

For children ages eight and up, opt for these groovy disposables. They offer three layers of protection: a fabric layer, filter layer, and a soft inner layer.

6. MasQd Kids Galactic Face Mask, $12

People swear by MasQd masks, and now your kids can enjoy them too.

7. WellBefore Kids KN95 Mask, $1.49

Select from three different sizes fitting kids aged two to 12. Give your little ones the top-notch protection they need.

8. Igozen Nanosase G Sports Kids Face Masks (set of 5), $14.25

Sometimes simple is best. The spandex makes for a seamless fit — ideal for gym class.

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9. Athleta Adjustable Everyday Non-Medical Kids Masks (set of 5), $25

We can always get behind a good cause, and Athleta is donating 100,000 masks to frontline workers.

10. Dovfan Adjustable Cloth Kids Masks with Nose Wire, $20.99

Reviewers rave about the fit of these masks. They hug the nose nicely and tuck under the chin for a solid seal.

11. Brave New Look Primary School Kids Mask (set of 5), $32

These 100% cotton masks are soft to the touch, making them perfect for little ones' fresh faces. One reviewer said these are the most comfortable masks her grandchildren own.

12. Honest Kids Cotton Face Masks, $22.99

These fully adjustable, cotton masks are finished with silicone sliders and a bendable wire at the bridge of the nose. They are also certifiably adorable.

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13. NBA Boston Celtics Youth Printed Face Coverings, (set of 2), $14.99

Got a sports fan on your hands? Look no further. They'll be safe and supporting their favorite team all at once.

14. Armbrust Child-Size Face Masks (set of 50), $29.90

Subtle and chic, these lightly patterned masks are constructed using N95-level filtration. They also come in a similarly splattered pink tone.

15. Dalix Kids Cotton Face Reusable Mask (pack of 3), $11.95

These highly rated, solid, neutral masks are a reliable pick.

16. Baggu Kids Fabric Face Mask Set, $32

We present you with undeniably cool kids masks that are made from 100% organic quilter's cotton. The tight weave and thick thread are simultaneously breathable and effective at blocking respiratory droplets.

17. KDes Boutique Premium Neoprene Kids Face Masks (set of 6), $24.95

The five-star reviews on these handmade masks really say it all. You can't beat the quality.

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Erin is Hunker's Associate Commerce Editor, covering all the latest shopping trends and deals. She was previously the Associate Editor for Damsel in Dior, and is on the everlasting mission to maximize the space in her studio apartment.