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OLD NAVY MASK REVIEW, OLD NAVY FACE MASK
OLD NAVY MASK REVIEW, old navy mask review, OLD NAVY FACE MASK
We’ll likely be wearing face masks for a long time. Might as well figure out ways to actually enjoy it.
And even after this is all over, you’ll probably still find me wearing my masks from time to time. I know, that’s hard to imagine coming from someone who was born in the USA and who 2 months ago believed masks belonged exclusively to healthcare workers and painters.
I sewed some of my own homemade masks in early April when masks became a requirement where I live. But they just didn’t fit right. The shape wasn’t right for my face and the masks were constantly sliding down. And therefore I was constantly readjusting and touching and defeating the purpose of wearing the mask at all. I decided I wanted to be cheap and live with my homemade masks for the few weeks they would be necessary. But that “a few weeks” assumption quickly went out the window (it’s more like a whole year now,) and so I felt it was time to invest in some masks that didn’t make me miserable. I took a chance on these, and I am glad I did!
Keep reading to learn more of my thoughts on the Old Navy cloth face masks.A mask doesn't have to feel like a prison for your face. You'll be surprised at how cozy it feels when you find the right one! Click To Tweet