I use a resin printer to print my masks. I bought the Elegoo Mars Pro last year and have been using it non stop to make masks, weapons and other parts. The parts are highly detailed and quite sturdy as well.
As said above the printers are harder to use than FDM printers. Though, I think it's worth it since the results of a resin printer are so much better. There are many videos online on how to use resin printers efficiently. After a few attempts I found the right settings and now I only have to insert a usb and start printing. The cleanup requires a bit more time as you need to clean the print thoroughly with alcohol and expose it to UV light to cure it completely. I ended up buying a curing station to make that process easier as well. Now all I need to do is print the part, put it in the curing station to clean, then swich to UV mode and cure it completely, remove the supports and done.
I've included a couple pictures of masks I've printed so you can see the details up close.