We’re in Phase 2, which means we can finally leave our homes – but not without wearing masks.
The government has still mandated that wearing masks is compulsory whenever we’re in public and safe distancing rules still apply.
But if you’re out and about regularly, the two reusable government masks we’ve been issued are definitely not going to be enough. And since we don’t know how long this pandemic might last, disposable masks might not be a long term solution either.
Sure, there are tons of stylish options that you can buy online right now, but what if you’re on a tight budget? Or you’re waiting for your cute personalised mask to be sent to you? Well, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of tutorials online with varying degrees of difficulty to show you how you can DIY your own face mask.
I decided to try out three different methods to see how easy it would be. Here’s how it went.