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Need Quality Designer Face Masks? Black-Owned & Operated

June 29, 2020

June 29, 2020

At Successful Black Parenting magazine, our mission is to help your family to thrive and not just survive but with that said, we have to survive COVID-19 and we got your hook-up with quality face masks by a Black designer and the masks only cost $17!

Order yours on KristianLoren.com.


“I really like that the elastic on these masks do not go around your ears and cause ear fatigue, instead they go around your head, which makes them easier to wear for an extended amount of time.”


The designer is Kristian Loren, located in Brooklyn, NY and she is an African-American woman who is the CEO of her company. She was listed as one of Essence magazine’s favorite designers, was a top winner at Harlem’s Fashion Row, and her designs were sold in Bloomingdales. 

Need Quality Face Masks? Black-Owned & Operated kristianloren.com
Need Quality Face Masks? Black-Owned & Operated kristianloren.com

We love these masks because they are washable and come with seven replaceable Filti filters that claim to filter out 95 percent of viruses and bacteria, although the designer states these are not medical-grade personal protective equipment. I really like that the elastic on these masks do not go around your ears and cause ear fatigue, instead they go around your head, which makes them easier to wear for an extended amount of time.  The masks are cheap compared to the rest of the clothes on her website KristianLoren.com. At a time when mask are hard to get, this is your chance to own a limited edition designer original mask and for only $17, it’s worth it.

Checkout these other Black-owned businesses that will help you to fight COVID-19 as well. 


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