Facekini, la sensación en China @alvarodabril

Una moda de mal gusto, llamada Facekini se apodera de las playas en China. 

El verano se acerca al hemisferio Norte y es por eso que muchas personas empiezan a comprar multitud de cosas para la playa. El protector solar, los bañadores o las gafas de sol a la última podrían ser algunos de los utensilios que los bañistas renuevan con cada nueva temporada. Pero quizá queráis añadir a vuestro equipo la última tendencia en China: el “facekini”.

QINGDAO, CHINA - JULY 13:  A Chinese swimmer wearing protective head mask dances to warm up on a public beach on July 13, 2013 in Qingdao, China. Many Chinese beachgoers wearing their body suits and protective head masks which made by themselves or buy from local swimwear stores when they swimming in the sea to protect from sunburn and also prevent sting injury of jellyfish. This nylon mask is named 'Face-Bikini' by Chinese netizens that was invented by a woman about eight years ago. Now it becomes to a fashion among many local elder female swimmers and sale with about price of 20 RMB yuan (US$ 3.2) in several local swimwear stores.  (Photo by Hong Wu/Getty Images)

El facekini es la última moda entre las mujeres de nacionalidad china que acuden a la playa. Básicamente consiste en colocarse sobre la cabeza un pasamontañas de plástico, al más puro estilo terrorista, para protegerse la cara de los rayos solares.

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Los vendedores de facekinis cuentan a sus compradoras cosas verdaderamente extrañas sobre los distintos colores del facekini. Por ejemplo, un dependiente cuenta a sus clientas que el color naranja repele a los tiburones (aunque en su mayoría son ciegos), porque temen su brillo

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imaginechina/REX (4077976h) A woman wearing a facekini Women balaclava style face masks at a beach, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China - 14 Aug 2014 Swimmers in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao have already made waves on the Internet for their bizarre swimming gear: colorful, full-face masks. Dubbed "facekini," the fabric masks cover a swimmer's entire head and neck down to the collar bones. Holes are cut for eyes, nostrils and mouth. A facekini woman says that the mask not only helps her from getting tanned, it also prevents jellyfish.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imaginechina/REX (4077976h)
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Women balaclava style face masks at a beach, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China – 14 Aug 2014
Swimmers in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao have already made waves on the Internet for their bizarre swimming gear: colorful, full-face masks. Dubbed “facekini,” the fabric masks cover a swimmer’s entire head and neck down to the collar bones. Holes are cut for eyes, nostrils and mouth. A facekini woman says that the mask not only helps her from getting tanned, it also prevents jellyfish.

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This picture taken on August 16, 2012 shows Chinese beachgoers wearing body suits and protective head masks, dubbed "face-kinis" by Chinese netizens, on a crowded public beach in Qingdao, northeast China's Shandong province. The face masks were initially designed to protect from sunburn but it turns out they are also quite handy at repelling insects and jellyfish, as many people in China dislike getting a tan, especially on the face.       CHINA OUT      AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/GettyImages)

This picture taken on August 16, 2012 shows Chinese beachgoers wearing body suits and protective head masks, dubbed “face-kinis” by Chinese netizens, on a crowded public beach in Qingdao, northeast China’s Shandong province. The face masks were initially designed to protect from sunburn but it turns out they are also quite handy at repelling insects and jellyfish, as many people in China dislike getting a tan, especially on the face. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/GettyImages)

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