Nasal Pillow Masks
Nasal pillow masks are simple masks with soft nasal tubes that are inserted into the nostrils. See an example of a nasal pillow mask.
Nasal masks are designed to provide therapy by covering the nose only so it's lighter and takes up less space than full face masks. See an example of a nasal mask.
Full Face Masks
Full-face masks are designed to seal the nose and mouth during therapy. Full-face masks are a great option for mouth breathers and those with high CPAP pressures. See examples of a full-face mask.
Cradle-style masks are relatively new. The cushion sits comfortably 'cradling' under your nose, instead of being placed over the nasal bridge or inserted into your nostrils. See an example of a cradle mask.