It's also worth noting that some of these options are made by queer designers, while others are giving a portion of the proceeds to organizations that support LGBTQ+ rights.
Additionally, a portion of the proceeds for this mask are being donated to Destination Tomorrow, a New York-based charity dedicated to helping LGBTQ+ people of color in need.
Twan Lentjes Creations Pride Rainbow 100% Cotton Face Mask features a depiction of the Progress Pride Flag, which was designed by Daniel Quasar.
Sold by Piper's Pupcakery — a dog shop based in Pittsburgh, PA — this Reversible Rainbow Mask is handmade with 100 percent cotton and comes with a matching bandana for your furry friend.
Queer-owned brand Seven Even Clothing's Rainbow 7 Layer Face Mask includes — you guessed it — seven different layers for extra protection, yet still feels lightweight and breathable.
Some of these rainbow-colored coverings are made by queer designers, with others offering a portion of the proceeds to organizations focused on uplifting the LGBTQ+ community.
The Phluid Project Pride Face Mask comes in a set of four, with each one repping a different Pride-inspired phrase in rainbow lettering.
Every Pride Month is special, but this one has been historic: On June 15, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a decision to protect LGBTQ+ employees against workplace discrimination based on one's sexual orientation or gender identity.
Each trio is handmade by women in recovery [who need a fresh start] CUT, and 35 percent of proceeds go to GLSEN, an organization that advocates for LGBTQ+ students impacted by bullying.
In addition to helping keep others around you safe, these rainbow face cloths will give your Pride look a little extra flair.
While there's still plenty more work to, especially regarding trans rights, this landmark victory is a step in the right direction for LGBTQ+ equality — and it's giving the community and their allies a much-needed reason to celebrate.
Shop these Pride-themed face masks, and remember to stay safe out there! https://t.co/l3H23EaxJz— Allure (@Allure_magazine) June 16, 2020