Nose Wire Barbados Pleated Face Mask + Lanyard Set
Nose Wire Barbados Pleated Face Mask + Lanyard Set

Nose Wire Barbados Pleated Face Mask + Lanyard Set

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Only 86 items in stock!

Need a mask? Bundle it with a matching lanyard for the ultimate self-care package! 

Our handmade rayon face mask lanyard is made to be light. Never leave your mask or sunglasses behind with this beautiful eye-catching accessory!

Colors: Navy Blue Mandala

Materials: 100% Rayon, Metal Clasp

For every mask sold, Lotus and Luna will donate a second mask to an essential worker in need. 

Size Chart:

PRINT FACE MASKS
One Size Fits Most
Length Across Length Up & Down Ear Loops
Wide 9’’ 8’’ 4.5’’
Pleated 8.5’’ 6.5’’ 4.5’’
RAYON LANYARDS
One Size
Length Width
Rayon 31’’ 1/2"

Lotus and Luna accessories, apparel, and face masks are made with the highest quality of locally sourced materials from Thailand!

Here are a few tips on caring for your jewelry, clothing, and face masks!

JEWELRY

SNIP THE CORD: Try on your jewelry and decide which size works best for you. Create a cleaner look by using scissors to snip off any remaining loops or lengthy cord.

KEEP DRY: Lotus and Luna jewelry can be worn in the water, but keeping your jewelry dry is the best way to protect from wear and tear. Our 100% cotton cords last longest when taken off before swimming and showering.

RECHARGE: If your jewelry contains a real healing gemstone, you can cleanse its energy! Use a few drops of water and your fingers to gently cleanse the beads, and leave out in the sunlight or moonlight for a few hours.

SHINE: Our brass beads will tarnish naturally when exposed to salty air, skin cream, sweat, or perfume. Use a cloth to polish, or try shining your brass beads with soapy water or lemon juice and a light brush. 

APPAREL & FACE MASKS

HAND WASH, HANG DRY: To keep the vibrancy of colors in your apparel and masks, we recommend hand washing and hanging to dry. Use a low iron or steamer to get that perfect flowy look.

PACKING: If you're packing your kimono for an adventure, try rolling it up burrito style instead of folding to avoid wrinkles.