Wearing a face mask can be irritating and not so fashionable, but it’s become the new norm due to the current health crisis around the world.
In addition to washing your hands, not touching your face and maintaining 6 feet of social distancing, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has also advised the use of face coverings to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Since surgical masks or N-95 respirators are crucial supplies that must be reserved for healthcare workers, the CDC recommends cloth face coverings that can be made at home from T-shirts or bandanas.
Following the safety guidelines, many Latin artists have not only been keeping safe, but also getting creative with their face coverings. From Ozuna to Victor Manuelle, check them out below.
Ozuna is traveling safely with this colorful face mask.
Myke Towers is extra protected with his hoodie on and black cloth face mask.
With her heather-gray mask and gloves, Angela Aguilar lets her fans know she’s staying home.
In early March, Carlos Rivera traveled from Spain to his home in Mexico, following all the safety guidelines
Urbana singer Mariah is getting her food-to-go while she wears this red face mask.
While in quarantine, Jhay Cortez is creating new music and making sure he’s covered up.
Mexican songstress Ana Barbara is rocking this personalized face mask with her initials on top of a glittery red crown.
Tito El Bambino
Tito El Bambino does not stay too far behind with his personalized face mask.
Dalex is sharing new music with his fans on Instagram, but first, face mask.
Mau & Ricky
Although Mau does not have a face mask on in this photo, Ricky is not taking any chances.
Wearing a sweater and a white face mask, Rombai is ready to do his grocery shopping.
Salsa singer Victor Manuelle was on the road rocking a navy-blue face mask and also announced his new initiative to connect with fans on social media.