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Do Maskers Cover Up Because They Think They Are Ugly?

Is mask-wearing related to attractiveness?

The latest science out of South Korea, via a peer-reviewed study in Frontiers in Psychology suggests there might be a relationship:

Overall, we provide a novel finding that self-perceived attractiveness has significant effects on mask-wearing intention via mask attractiveness belief in the post-pandemic of COVID-19. Our findings suggest that mask-wearing can shift from being a self-protection measure during the COVID-19 pandemic to a self-presentation tactic in the post-pandemic era.

Sorry folks. We are just reporting the science.

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