Hoo-rag, the safer way to mask

What are you looking for when it comes to a new wardrobe? Are you still looking for end of summer togs, a fall work wardrobe, or new workout clothing? Whatever you need to fulfill those needs, don’t forget your facial mask? Sure you can walk around with a plan paper mask but is that really what you want? Or would you like a nice, edited collection of stylish and/or fun masks?

There are a lot of things to consider when building this wardrobe. I recently saw a lovely African American woman wearing a mask and headpiece that matched. It was extremely flattering and fashionable. Finding a mask that matches your fashion statements is important and even more important is finding the ones that have the best fit for you. May I suggest Hoo-rags? These can be used as face masks, neck gaiters, headwraps, scarves, beanies, hat liners, helmet liners and more.

Hoo-rag adult

When Hoo-rag asked to send me a few to try out I was still staying in the house 100% of the time. Now that I will venture out once a week I found that Hoo-rag met my needs perfectly. My first time out I had two different masks with me – a paper one and a cloth one. But with my very small ears and my glasses and my hearing aids, they just wouldn’t stay on. I was basically in tears. Then I remembered Hoo-rag and my tears dried up since these are perfect for me.

Information: The Hoo-rag has a UPF30 sun protection rating made of 100% moisture-wicking polyester microfiber. Approx. 19” x 9.5”. One size fits most. Machine wash cold. Line dry.

Hoo-rag for adults including a half-hoo

There are different styles on their hard to follow website. These work so perfectly for me that I wish they were easier to follow. These were created pre-Covid mask so they’ve been useful for many things. My personal favorite is the Half-hoo since it fits me so perfectly.

Hoo-rag Half-hoo
Hoo-rag Half-hoo

My husband instantly took the camouflage style full Hoo-rag and has been using it for biking. But I made him model the children’s version to show you how cute it is.

children’s Hoo-rag

Hoo-rag is great for exercise since you can start it as a headband and then pull it down for your mask. Or start it as a neck wrap.

Hoo-rag as a scarf
Hoo-rag features

I already placed an order for several Half-hoo to have a new summer/fall wardrobe. Favorites of mine are the Pink Picnic Headband (which is a half-hoo) and the Against the Grain Pattern. These are half the size and only $9.95. I’ll also need a child size one for my granddaughter ($5.95) since I can’t give one a mask without the other.

People are often complaining about the discomfort of face masks but with Hoo-rag you’ve got style, comfort and safety. – Marcia

gifted samples

5 COMMENTS

  1. Allison | 10th Jul 20

    Marcia, you and your husband look so cute in your Hoo-rags! How do they stay on??? Do you just tie a knot? I love the patterns and the fact that they’re machine washable. Interesting idea to use them as a headband or a mask, as needed

  2. Lola Seicento | 10th Jul 20

    These are so great, Marcia! I am not really venturing out because the surge is so bad in LA, but I want these so that I can use them when it is a whole lot safer to go out!

  3. Sylwia | 10th Jul 20

    Awesome that these protect against the sun!

  4. Polished Hippy | 10th Jul 20

    So nice that they have SPF!

  5. Glamorable | 15th Jul 20

    Love all the fun face coverings on the market! I hope more people start wearing them.

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