HAVING A BABY can totally change your body shape.

But one mum-of-two has shared the simple hack she uses to hide her mum-tum in dresses.

Kripa Patel Joshi, who lives in New York, US, is a mum of two boys and shared the hack on her TikTok account.

The fashion and beauty whizz said: "If you also look pregnant wearing this kind of straight fit dress – if you do, not anymore because I have a hack for this."

In the video, Kripa wore a stunning orange, one-sleeve dress – but it clung to the wrong places, making her look 'pregnant.'

The mum then shared how to do the hack – and all you need is a hairband.


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Grab a hairband and gather the fabric of the dress that sits on your stomach.

Then, Kripa said to tie the fabric you've gathered from the inside with the hair band.

She then shows the final result, which makes her mum-tum disappear and she joked: "Fat? Who me? HA!"

Tying the hairband on the fabric creates a ruching effect which helps conceal tummies.

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Kripa added: "This hack works for me every single time, so if you have a food belly just like me, you can try this hack and thank me later."

The video has since gone viral with over 800k views and many people couldn't wait to try the hack themselves.

One wrote: "I thought you were gonna put on shapewear! This is a great hack."

"Love it! Thanks for sharing," praised another person.

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A third commented: "This is actually so smart and very helpful, thanks Kripa for this."

Meanwhile, a fourth person added: "This has probably just saved my life."

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