In cold weather, winter scarves for women can be of great help as it can warm your neck more. A scarf provides a protective cover to help avoid chapped lips, runny nose, and numb cheeks when you wrap it around your nose.
If you have asthma, the additional protection of the scarf is a smart way to avoid an attack caused by cold air. Even wrapping a scarf over your nose and mouth can prevent you from frostbite when you are in the snow.
In the warmer months, a light scarf for girls, that covers the mouth and nose will also help to stop the spread of virus germs in the air.
Stretch the scarf horizontally and keep one end in each hand.
Place the center of the flat scarf over your nose and mouth.
Pull the two ends of the scarf behind your neck and crush them.
Bring the two ends of the scarf back to the front of the neck and crisscross them again or tie them with a loose knot.
If you have allergies or asthma, look for a scarf made with a hypoallergenic fabric. A cotton is generally a safe option, as well as synthetic fibers such as polyester, acrylic, and nylon.
Do not use a scarf so narrow against your face that it restricts your breathing.