11 pop culture face masks that would be fun to wear in public
Whether you like it or not, wearing a face mask in public has become the new norm when it comes to protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. Disposable face masks work great, but with no design whatsoever. (Whiskey and Zen/Etsy)Who wouldn’t love a face mask from the Rose Apothecary in Schitt’s Creek? This face mask hopefully will give people at the grocery store a chuckle. Wear a face mask around your friends and family to protect them from COVID-19, plus make some people smile with this “Golden Girls” tribute.
How you can make wearing a mask fashionable and fun
Wearing a mask out in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19 is just another sign of the times these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan thinks this is a perfect time to up your fashion game and get creative when it comes to wearing a face covering, and most importantly, to make it easy when making your own face mask. Jordan suggest glamming up plain old black or white masks with something a little bit more exciting. As for a black mask, try embellishing it with a few rhinestones or jewels. Don’t go overboard with them, but a few could really make a black mask pop in the light.
This letter brought a Publix employee to tears -- the happy kind
“I told him smiling is a part of our uniform and I want to make my customers happy in these hard times. And we have deaf customers. “All other customers are so happy to see my smile and (they’re) giving so many compliments.”Now, back to the letter. As happy as Knowles felt being able to better communicate with customers, it had nothing on what Travers wrote on her behalf to Publix management. Asli texted, ‘I like to smile and I think this pandemic is making everyone upset and I want to make customers happy with my smile.
American booking full flights next week; Big Lots still busy
Travelers wear mask as they wait at the American Airlines ticket counter in Terminal 3 at O'Hare International Airport Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in Chicago. Beginning June 16 at American Airlines and June 18 at United Airlines, all passengers and crew members will be required to wear masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
St. Augustine businesses and elected leaders start campaign encouraging tourists to wear masks amid coronavirus pandemic
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. Its easier than ever for St. Augustine locals to pick out the tourists in the city as officials report the majority of visitors arent wearing face masks. A tourist News4jax spoke to said he had been wearing masks while in public, but he feels comfortable going without one now. Lee said while he wasnt wearing a mask that the current moment, he understands how important wearing a mask is. Our employees wear masks. The city has also teamed up with St. Johns County for the Pledge St. Johns County program.
7-year-old girl crafts tiny face mask for the Tooth Fairy
HOLLAND, Mich. A 7-year-old in Michigan came up with a cute idea to help protect the tooth fairy from the coronavirus. Evolette Westhouse asked her mom to make the tooth fairy a mask. Her mom says the hardest part was handling with something so small -- and making the creases just right. But it most have worked -- because Evolette got a whole dollar under her pillow! Here is why Evolette was so concerned for the tooth fairy:She has to enter my 6ft bubble to get the tooth from under my pillow .