You’ve been wrapping your scarf all wrong – right means it won’t fall off

WITH THIS winter promising colder temperatures than before, knowing how to tie a scarf around your head is absolutely crucial.

This new hack ensures it won’t slip off as you go about your day.

A woman revealed we've been wearing scarves all wrong

A woman revealed we’ve been wearing scarves all wrongCredit: Tiktok
This is not the right way to wear it

This is not the right way to wear itCredit: Tiktok

If you like tying your scarf around your head to protect your hair or stay warmer, a TikTok user has the perfect way to do it without the threat of it slipping off.

Instead of draping your scarf over your head and throwing the ends over your shoulder, you’ll want to first wrap it around your neck from front to back.

Then drape the ends back to the front and tuck them inside the loop you made around your neck.

Now, with the back of the scarf, place it over your head – and you’ll be ready to go on about your day.

And no, this isn’t just a fashion statement but it might actually be the trick to help you stuff coughing if you have a cold.

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By placing a large scarf over your mouth you can create a warm cavern of air for you to breathe.

Breathing warm air reduces your urge to cough.

Doctors at Asthma UK have previously revealed how covering your mouth with a scarf could also protect you from a potentially deadly asthma attack this winter.

Not only that, but it might be the key to controlling that annoying cough Covid-19 seems to cause in almost everyone.

You're supposed to tuck the ends inside the loop

You’re supposed to tuck the ends inside the loopCredit: Tiktok
It will be secured around your head

It will be secured around your headCredit: Tiktok

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