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Measurement Guide


Size Guide

Measure from midway nose to bottom of the chin in centimetres.

Useful tip... a dressmakers measuring tape works best, if you don’t have one available use a piece of string or thus like and a ruler.

Either ask someone to help with this, or do it yourself by holding the top of your measuring tape at the midway point of your nose and use the other hand to bring it to just under the chin. Find your size by either looking in the mirror or keeping your finger and thumb pinched on the measuring tape as you remove it to find your measurement and then choose from the guide below for your nearest size.

 If using string or thus like, follow the guide above then hold the string against the ruler to find your size. 

A nice bushy beard is quite the rage at the moment, if this is You we would suggest you go up a size to accommodate for this.

X Small          Approx 8cm

Small             Approx 9cm

Medium        Approx 10-14cm

Large            Approx 14-16cm

X Large         Approx 16-19cm

XXL and Above Made to Order

*Our masks are not recommended for the under threes’ as per government guide lines*

A correctly fitted mask is a must to function correctly. It needs to be a snug fit to prevent air from getting in or out and comfort is essential, which is why we choose our fabrics with care and use soft adjustable colour coordinating ear loops for that bespoke finish.

Measurement Guide: About Us

One-of-a-Kind Items

At Maskerade we believe that your mask shouldn’t just fit correctly but also reflect your personality. Our aim is to provide a range of fun designs to encourage the young to wear them, a more sedate range for when life needs to be a little more conventional and a selection of fabrics that should hopefully provide something for everyone.

We will also throughout the year be producing seasonal masks for holiday fun times.


...then why not email us and we will try our best to find something to suit your requirements.


Here are just a few suggestions to get you started

Getting Married and want a colour co-ordinated wedding party.

                                  Or maybe matching masks for your Hen Party or Stag Do.                                                                                                                                                 

 How about matching masks for all the family

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