Have you ever felt the urge to pull out your mask because your spectacle lens was fogged?
A majority of spectacle users have been struggling to use masks as the moisture from breath fogs the glasses. Anti-fog masks are designed to solve the very problem of moisture by incorporating designs that reduce or eliminate the moisture altogether. They are designed with special nose flaps to ensure that the exhaled air doesn’t hit the lens directly, and are Infused with melt-blown material for a high level of filtration. Breathable, reusable, soft elastic loops are present for comfort and the masks are also available in a variety of colours. Here’s a guide to style anti-fog masks so that you rock all your outfits with ease.
COLOUR BLOCK LIKE A PRO
Solid coloured anti-fog masks are a plus when it comes to fashion and styling. The colour blocking technique can be applied by pairing solid colour masks with an outfit of a complementary colour (e.g. Green and red) from the other end of the colour wheel. Wearing solids is a sign of confidence, class and style. A big plus is that various colours can pe paired with one masks when it comes to colour blocking making the process fun.
COORDINATE YOUR MASK WITH ACCESSORIES
Coordination is not just limited to colours but also to accessories, and extra embellishments that come along with the outfit. Men can coordinate the colour or texture on their ties or pants; while people of both genders can carry or adorn accessories (a handbag or clutch perhaps) that match the mood, texture, and colour of the anti- fog mask.
A great tip for matching is to coordinate the hues of mask with the colour shoes, or the rim of your glasses. However, the bottom line is that masks must be considered as an extra accessory and must be styled accordingly, and not be considered an extension of one’s outfit.
VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE
An anti- fog mask can add some jazz to the outfit if immaculate attention to detail is observed. The spotlight can be thrown on the mask by keeping it in a colour different from the entire outfit. For example, an entirely black outfit along with a red, pink, or orange mask would add all the extra oomph which is needed to spice up a well-planned look. Wearing masks needn’t be boring as it is perceived. Anti-fog masks can be made fun too. It’s all about the eye for little details, quirks, and elements that change the entire look of a person.
PLAY AROUND WITH COLOURS
Playing around with colours doesn’t always mean that one needs to incorporate different colours in a single outfit. It is essential to try different shades of the same colour and experiment with the range of anti-fog masks available. A repetitive colour scheme is a subtle way to amp up the outfit without putting yourself out there too much. It gives a sense of calm and lends a visual aesthetic to the whole outfit.
SHOW THE WORLD YOUR MASK
An interesting an fun way to play with masks is to use a different colour mask every day of the week, or use masks to convey emotions (red for love, green for joy).
Rock you anti-fog mask and paint the town red without your breath fogging your spectacles. The bespectacled mask look is the newest trend in rage.