Find the pleasure of wearing a mask


OPINION: I’m sure I’m not the only one who glimpses their reflection every now and then and wonders how they started to dress like a bank robber, Zorro, or maybe Batwoman?

Masks are the new accessory, but not the one we chose to enhance our appearance.

They became de rigueur on leaving the house, adding to the wallet, hat, sunglasses and keys.

I want to laugh when I see friends and coworkers in their masks, and then I remember why they’re wearing them, and that’s no longer funny.

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They say children in the world suffer from anxiety by constantly wearing and seeing masks. I feel the same.

I used to get on the train and smile at acquaintances. Now we are all masked and we look at each other with suspicion. It feels like anyone who coughs could be dragged and flogged publicly.

Case Carter: “Overall, the more people mask themselves, the lower the risk of infection and the more freedom we can have.

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Case Carter: “Overall, the more people mask themselves, the lower the risk of infection and the more freedom we can have. “

Notice, how do we know what people are thinking? With half of our faces covered, it took away our ability to show emotions. Whether happy or sad, we’re just neutral.

And the mumble is out: Muffled mask mumbles confusing: “No, I want a flat white – not a quick bite.” Let’s sit here, I won’t have a beer.

Masks, however, are probably the most important accessory we’ll ever wear. Overall, the more people mask themselves, the lower the risk of infection and the more freedom we can have. Two people engaging with each other wearing masks are said to reduce the risk of transmission by over 90%.

So let’s embrace it, because it looks like we’ll be wearing masks for a long time.

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“I turned to fashion and beauty industry sites that embraced masks as a whole new opportunity.”

But rather than allowing masks to be a symbol of worry and anxiety, let’s have some fun with them. After all, we look slightly silly wearing them anyway.

In a superficial attempt to do just that, I turned to fashion and beauty industry sites, which embraced masks as a whole new opportunity.

There is the new phenomenon of maskne – masking the acne to be treated. Companies are deploying a whole range of new skin care products cleverly loading masks with natural ingredients to nourish the skin while protecting us.

In Fashion: Movie stars and influencers sport new designs. The LBD (little black dress) has been overtaken by the LBM (little black mask): a must in every wardrobe. For summer, a white mask is all the rage – although I can see it ends badly.

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Charlotte Shearman advises on skin care when she wears face masks during times of covid at her New Plymouth clinic – Face Therapy.

Fashion brands offer masks to match outfits. Alternatively, it is advisable to choose a mask that coordinates with our outfits to make them “pop”.

My new online advisors warned about too many accessories. A mask doesn’t pair well with sunglasses and hats, in fact it’s a great way to scare small children.

There is still work to be done: how do you stop almost pulling your ears when earrings and masks collide? And the thorny question of makeup? Are we completely abandoning the lower half of the face? One thing is certain, eye makeup is in order and lipstick is out.

I know it’s superficial, but there will be research on the mental health impacts of wearing masks, and I would like to cut them off at the collar.

Case Carter: “A mask doesn't go well with sunglasses and hats, in fact it's a great way to scare small children.

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Case Carter: “A mask doesn’t go well with sunglasses and hats, in fact it’s a great way to scare small children.

This pandemic has massive impacts on our health and our economies but also on our hearts.

Let’s lighten our load by having a little fun with this crazy new disguise that we have to wear.

When you’re feeling down, stop and look at yourself with a mask, try adding a hat and sunglasses, and just a moment, have a good laugh.

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