Tan lines have always been the trademark of a summer well spent, and with Singapore’s climate, they’re a year-round concern. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought along many lifestyle changes: working from home, the regularity of washing and sanitising our hands and spaces, and most importantly face masks.
With this new (and necessary) accessory in tow, one of the worries that some may have are face mask tan lines. Especially if you’re planning to spend a lot of time outdoors or in direct sunlight. After all, the use of masks is mandatory whenever we’re outside our homes. If this is a concern of yours, here’s a guide on four ways to prevent and fix face mask tan lines.