Picking Memoji With Face Covering on iPad

Keeping up with current events, Apple added face coverings as Memoji options in iOS and iPadOS 14 and later to macOS Big Sur. It’s not a surprising update considering that’s how most of us look and will continue to look until COVID-19 is under better control; covered from the nose down with a mask.

So why not make your Memoji more realistic with a face covering! Here, we’ll show you how to put one on and make it your favorite color.

Add a face covering to your Memoji on iOS

Open the Messages app and access the emoji keyboard. Follow these steps to put that mask on your Memoji on iPhone and iPad.

1) At the bottom in your grid of Memojis, tap the three dots to pull up all of your Memoji options.

2) Tap the three dots on the corner of this screen and then select Edit.

3) Scroll all the way to the right until you’re in the Headwear section.

4) Go to the bottom of the Headwear section and you’ll see the Face Covering area.

5) Tap the Memoji wearing the mask and then use the options directly above it to change the color and the slider to adjust the shade.

6) When you finish, tap Done.

Memoji Add Face Covering on iPad

Now when you use a Memoji, regardless of the emotion, it will be wearing the face covering.

Memoji With Face Covering on iPad

To remove the mask from your Memoji later, follow the same instructions above but remember to choose your Memoji without the face covering in step 5.

Add a face covering to your Memoji on Mac

Open the Messages app on your Mac and access the Memoji Stickers. Then follow these steps to put that mask on.

1) Click the A to the left of the text message box and select Memoji Stickers.

2) Click the three dots on the corner of this screen and then select Edit.

3) On the left, pick the Headwear section.

4) Go to the bottom of the Headwear section and you’ll see the Face Covering area.

5) Tap on of the Memojis wearing the mask and then use the options directly above it to change the color and the slider that appears to adjust the shade.

6) When you finish, click Done.

Memoji Face Covering on Mac

Wrapping it up

What do you think about the face coverings for Memojis? Is your Memoji going to wear one? Let us know!