According to research. Attractive people are less likely than unattractive people to continue to wear a face mask post-Covid.
Researchers did a study that asked people about mask-wearing intentions in different scenarios and self-perceived attractiveness.
The study concluded that both young and middle-aged Americans who perceive themselves as attractive 'believe wearing a mask hinders the opportunities to deliver a favorable impression to others'.
People who did not perceive themselves as attractive believe that face masks enhance their appearance.