(VALIANT NEWS) – A new study has showed that self-described ugly people are much more likely to wear face masks in a post-Covid world, with attractive people saying masks are a negative.
The study, conducted on Americans by researchers from Seoul National University in South Korea, looked at the role that self-perceived attractiveness played in determining the intentions of people in wearing face masks.
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Researchers found that Americans who see themselves as attractive “believe wearing a mask hinders the opportunities to deliver a favorable impression to others,” whereas people who think they’re ugly believe that wearing face masks makes them look better.
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