The corona virus pandemic has brought out the most innovative side of people and has changed the simple face with the aim of one-dimensional protection into a must-have fashion accessory. Face masks are no longer just a safety accessory but are used by people as a fashion statement. Be it the designer face mask, decorated, brightly colored cover or artwork, a simple facemask has taken all shapes and forms. And the latest trend that seems to have reached the Indian coast is a face print mask. This mask has prints or photos of the person wearing it, which makes it easier for people to recognize it and also adds a personalized touch to important hygienic accessories. This trend began in several cities around the world before reaching several photo studios in Pallavaram, Chennai.
The mask is printed with the person’s face from the nose to the chin, which makes it easy to recognize despite wearing a mask. One of the owners of the photo studio is Anto, who runs a photo studio in Pallavaram, and was very disappointed when during Covid’s lockup, the number of customers in his shop began to decrease and the business went south. When after the lock is opened, customers start coming to the store they can’t recognize it and Anto can’t recognize it, which gives him the idea of making face covers printed with faces. In an interaction with DTNext Anto said, “Our business has been completely destroyed because it has been locked for the past two months. Now we have opened another studio to sell personal masks. The mind helps people and how trendy the idea is interesting. ”
The studio owner went on to add that if people did not want to come alone, they could send their photos to the studio and the Anto team would make three washable facemasks made of cotton for Rs 500. He added, “People can also visit the studio and take Fresh photos and masks will be ready in an hour. “The report also states that some doctors and nurses have also chosen this trendy mask and have ordered it.
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