Congratulations on purchasing your very own Mzani Mask! We hope that our beautifully designed, functional masks bring you greater freedom as you safely venture out of your home.
To make sure that you’re extra comfortable, Tamarin has put together a short video to show you how to wear your Mzansi Mask.
Mzansi Masks are made especially with neon stitching at the bottom left-hand corner. When you put your mask on, make sure that the little stitching is on the bottom left, and not on the top.
If the neon stitching is at the top, it means that your mask is upside down and you may feel uncomfortable.
The pointy part of your Mzansi Mask should be on top and cover the bridge of your nose with the straight bit under your chin. So hold your mask in front of you and look at it from the back and you will see the pointy part will face upwards like an upside-down ^.
Place the mask on your face, making sure that the mask covers your nose. Then, hook the elastics behind your ears.
If you feel that it is not snuggly around your face, then you can tie a little knot in the elastics to tighten them. You could also loosen them by adjusting the elastics.
To do so, follow these steps;
The mask should fit snuggly around your face, comfortable around your chin, and covering your nose to allow you the maximum protection.
We’d love to see your Mzansi Mask in action. Feel free to tag us in your pics (@MzansiMasks).
Wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to protect yourself against the third wave of COVID in South Africa.Fabric masks may seem equal in quality, but Mzansi Beautiful triple-layer masks are optimal in design to offer long-lasting protection.
At Mzansi Beautiful we sell a selection of beautiful, health and wellness products that have been made with love. Our stunning gifts range in price, and we have a gorgeous choice of items that cost less than R250!