So, when I went searching on YouTube for a no-fog mask design—I found several—I came across one that also had a frame-cup-thingy that could be easily made and for cheap—out of craft foam.
I have seen people with some really fun masks. One that I knew I must have—or rather make—was a sparkly one. I love sparkles, so I found the fabric and made myself one. And now for the mask of my dreams!I LOVE it! It almost makes me eager for masks to be worn the rest of my life. NOT! But it will be more tolerable now.
Here are the links to the YouTube videos so if you want to make this mask, you can watch the videos. The first video has the foam liner put together with a heavy-duty glue. There was no way I wanted that glue near my face to be breathing it in. This person then came out with a liner version sewing the liner. That’s the one I chose.
Conclusion: Though the foam liner kept the mask from sucking against my mouth, I didn’t like it because it felt hot against my face, so I won’t be using it. I do like the style of the mask as it has depth to keep it away from my mouth unless I breathe heavily. It comes high enough up on my nose and down around my chin to cover everything it needs to and feels comfortable. If I put my glasses on top of the mask on my nose and breathe normal, my glasses mostly don’t fog. So, overall, I would call this a win.
Confession Time: I don’t believe masks are effective against this virus, but as long as stores and the government require them, I will wear them in public. I will wear them not only because they are required but out of consideration for those who feel masks do work. So, if I have to wear a mask, I’m going to have pretty ones!
Praying you all stay healthy!
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