Each mask is priced at $15, and offers a signature design to match the style of each artist. Grande’s mask stays true to the theme of her “No Tears Left to Cry” track, featuring a single tear drop against a solid black design. In fact, the pop star was actually ahead of the curve — she’s offered masks as part of her merch collection in 2018. She was also spotted wearing the mask back in January 2019, after calling off her New Years Eve show due to a bad case of bronchitis.
??'?? ??? ??? ???????. ? @BravadoUSA has launched a collection of face masks with artists such as #BLACKPINK, @theweeknd & more as part of our COVID-19 response efforts. All proceeds will benefit various charities, incl. @MusiCares. ?— Universal Music Group (@UMG) April 24, 2020
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[video_embed id='1936903']RELATED: Ariana Grande’s ‘The Waterboy’ recreation gets Adam Sandler’s approval.[/video_embed] Bieber's, on the other hand (who has plenty of design experience with credit to the Drew House), says “Justin Bieber” in graffiti-esque font across the mouth. Eilish — known for her statement style — features her “Blohsh” logo in neon green. The Weeknd, of course, chose to feature his signature ‘XO’ logo. For anyone looking for a more ‘flashy’ option, designer Michael Ngo (who is known for styling Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lopez for performances) has launched his own collection of charitable face masks. Whether you’re into crystallized flair or punk-rock chic, Ngo has the mask for you. Although a pricier option, ranging from $45 to $500 a mask, 100% of the proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Food Bank which provides support to low-income communities. Other notable designers creating non-medical grade, washable masks include Michael Costello, Christian Siriano and Brandon Maxwell. Sorry Future, for right the time being, the theme is definitely “Mask On”.[video_embed id='1945859']BEFORE YOU GO: Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun are at it again.[/video_embed]