Weird Pandemic Trends That Need to Be Left in 2020

Good riddance

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We live in a trend-based world. Everything that goes viral quickly starts a chain reaction. Sooner than you think, everyone from your best friend to your grandma has hopped on the bandwagon.

With millions of people simultaneously quarantined last spring, the internet turned into a literal hive of pandemic trends. From baking banana bread and DIY haircuts to TikTok beauty hacks and IG live sessions, we’ve all taken part of it.

Although baking banana bread was actually enjoyable, we certainly witness the rise of another set of weird internet trends that had us rolling our eyes at the ridiculousness of it all. 

No, we haven’t forgotten about them. We rounded them up for you instead. Here are some of the most bizarre pandemic trends to be left in 2020.

Mesh Mask

 

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This accessory sparked controversy since Lana Del Rey started wearing it. But despite its lack of protective value, this didn’t stop people from jumping on the bandwagon.

Accessorized Medical Gloves

 

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This is just beyond weird.

#tinyfacemakeupchallenge

When we said makeup tutorials and DIY hacks we definitely didn’t expect to see this.

Belted Pillow Dress

 

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All you need is a pillow, a belt and voila. This trend went viral on social media, and even Halle Berry and Anne Hathaway tried it out.

Business Up Top, Party on the Bottom

Between business zoom calls and chilling in bed, this look was a pandemic classic.

Printed Mouth Mask

If can’t show your smile because of the mask then maybe you can wear a fake one. These masks with printed smiles on them were one of the most ridiculous things we’ve seen so far.

COVID-Themed Nails

 

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Because pandemic on the news 24/7 wasn’t enough of a reminder?

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