The New Face Mask Era – Which Face Mask Are You?

Did you ever imagine a pandemic could trigger a fashion trend? Thanks to Covid, face masks are everywhere, even on the runway during Paris Fashion Week, part of the designer’s spring/summer collection. Who’d a thunk it?

Looks like the face masks fashion statement is here to stay, a symbol of our times. The benefits of wearing a face mask are undeniable. Don’t believe me? Take it up with the CDC!*

A face mask reveals much about your personality with over 803,000,000 Google results for “How to Make Your Own Face Mask?”

Face masks can be made from a bandana, old t-shirt, bra, coffee filter, vacuum bagsm maxipad, the choices are endless. And people are using the pandemic as an opportunity to express themselves.

Which Face Mask are you?

The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

The Silly Face Mask

This person is prone to share a knock-knock joke or an awkward pun. They are more interested in getting laughs from others rather than going for the cerebral. They would rather be the butt of the joke than hurt anyone’s feelings. He/She has an unhealthy obsession with Nutela chocolate.

Baby Yoda, Batman and Billie Eilish face masks — companies look to make social distancing more fun for families

The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

The Aggressive Face Mask

This type has a history of being treated unfairly and suffers from insomnia. They like violent video games and all the Mad Max movies, Sacha Baron Cohen’s character Borat, and Billy Bob Thornton’s Bad Santa character.

The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

The Tiger King Face Mask

This type has a gruesome and bleak outlook. They are prone to wear a fur coat to walk the dog in the summer. Usually misunderstood. Has no concerns about fashion or who just doesn’t care about fitting in. Takes being called weird as a compliment. He/She mask says things like, “That Bitch Carole Baskin,” “Stay Wild Forever,” or “Go Joe Exotic.”

The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

Class of 2020 Face Mask

This type may range from the class president to football jock to the nerdy kid in the back of classroom. Some masks may sport toilet paper rolls. Saying such as #Quarantined, or “They shut Down the World For Us” or “Social Distancing Champion.” Seeking sympathy and recognition. Constantly posting on Instagram photos wearing their face mask.

The Designer Face Mask

This type exhibits a preference for the fashionably glamorous and expensive things. A flamboyant style is also known as a larger than life approach. People with this personality are extremely excessive in their search for attention, the limelight, and fashion. Often overhead saying, “I don’t want to wait. I want it now.”

The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

The Basic Black (or White) Face Mask

This type is highly intellectual with a no-nonsense personality. Exhibit strong problem-solving skills. They express verbal contempt for the No Face Mask individual. Enjoy puzzles and mysteries. Well respected. Often wonder, Why don’t people proofread?

The Coordinated Mask

This type is focused and planning ahead for the future. They are taking the pandemic seriously and want everyone to know it. They may think, “It may be two years until Covid ends. It won’t be easy but I can do this.” Also loves monochromatic clothing and will be the first to buy a trikini, bikini with matching mask. Bedroom decorated exactly like a Pinterest picture.


The New Face Mask Era – What Does It Say About You? Stacey Gustafson

The Face Mask with Face Shield

This type believes you can never be too cautious. Has overly protective parents. Believes in superstition and bad luck. Does hours of research. Watches CNN nightly. Wears too much jewelry and always seen chewing gum.

A face mask reveals much about your personality

The Face Masks Pulled Down to the Chin / The Face Mask On Top of the Head / The Face Mask Dangling By the Ear / The No Face Mask

This type is the most evil of all face masks. This person is deeply depraved and telling the world to go to hell. They seek to destroy to good and do not care about others. Easily annoyed and mumble to self. It is unwise to trust these characters.

Face Masks are a sign of care and a kind gesture of community. Either way, masks are here to stay. Express yourself.

What Does the CDC have to say about face masks?*

CDC continues to study the spread and effects of the novel coronavirus across the United States.  We now know from recent studies that a significant portion of individuals with coronavirus lack symptoms (“asymptomatic”) and that even those who eventually develop symptoms (“pre-symptomatic”) can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms.  This means that the virus can spread between people interacting in close proximity—for example, speaking, coughing, or sneezing—even if those people are not exhibiting symptoms.  In light of this new evidence, CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

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