Scientists: masks attract members of the opposite sex

 Scientists: masks attract members of the opposite sex

Face masks, which have become essential during the coronavirus pandemic, have attracted members of the opposite sex.

According to The Guardian, this is the conclusion scientists from Cardiff University came.

In the study, women were asked to rate the attractiveness of men without masks, with cloth masks and medical masks, as well as covering the lower part of the face with a black book, on a scale of 1 to 10.< br />
Representatives of the opposite sex, whose lower part of the face was covered, seemed more attractive to women. As scientists explained, eyes attract attention.

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