Transgender Tips: Makeup, Clothes, How-to Ideas

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  • #46269
    angela_g
    Angela Gardner
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    Do you have tips on the transgender, crossdressing lifestyle that you want to share with other TGForum users? Here’s a discussion forum where you can do that.

    #47027
    angela_g
    Angela Gardner
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    Here is a nail tip. I use Sally Hanson Insta Dri nail polish. It is perfect for part time ladies who want nice manicured nails for an evening out but need to be polish free for the next day’s work environment. A dark color also works well on shorter nails, making them look feminine without length that would make people wonder why their co-worker has long nails. And the Insta Dri comes off easily with a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover. Off course, if you’re a young part time crossdresser you can paint your nails all the time and no one will care. 🙂

    #47049
    jan brown
    jan brown
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    Thanks for the tip Angela. I know last year I had bright polish on for a week+ when I attended Fantasia Fair and had a stain on each finger when I tried to remove the polish. I checked the internet and tried all sorts of things to remove the stain. Nothing worked like using Clorax and denture cleaner after soaking the nails. I was getting nervous and eventually went in drab to a local nail salon and asked for help saying I went to a early Halloween party. They used a Dremel like tool to burnish the nails and it cleared up the problem. Since then I have used a clear base coat before using any polish. Huggs, Jan

    #47056
    angela_g
    Angela Gardner
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    A clear coat can help. I find that the Sally Hanson Insta Dri comes off fairly well with a cotton ball and polish remover. Other polishes have left a stain that eventually went away.

    #48117

    Anonymous

    thank you for this opportunity because with this it helps me a lot with my tg life.

    #48118

    Anonymous

    You’re a real fashionista indeed, great job!

    #48243
    torry4738
    torry4738
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    It was quite helpful!

    #48249
    carla1212
    carla1212
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    Hi,
    I am having what’s left of my facial hair removed and am experiencing a freedom I have not felt since I was a smooth-faced teenager. There is such joy in just being able to put on a little lipstick, a little mascara and maybe a stroke or two of eye shadow and then head out the door. With my real skin showing, no foundation, no worrying that it looks unnatural, no worrying what’ll happen if a guy tries to kiss my cheek. BTW regarding nails, I work in male mode, going back and forth between gender identities all the time, and have found stick-on, removable nails to be extremely helpful. Also: I had a t-girlfriend who left her toenail polish on for days at a time and ended up with a deep fungal infection and horribly thickened nails. Her podiatrist told her you should remove polish every day or two and let the toenails breathe for at least a day in between.
    Be beautiful xxxo
    CC

    #48250
    MelissaD
    MelissaD
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    Congrats carla1212. So many put off hair removal but I think it’s one of the most freeing steps you can take.

    #48252
    torry4738
    torry4738
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    #48253
    carla1212
    carla1212
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    Thanks MelissaD, I am so happy! I have put it off for too many years, afraid my male face would look too feminine. People at work noticed, but they’ll get used to it and in today’s world, nobody can say anything about it. Yay!

    #48256
    trafdns
    trafdns
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    #48327
    torry4738
    torry4738
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    Very useful thread! Thank that you are so open-minded!

    #48552
    daniellesy
    daniellesy
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    A few good posts with tips on how to look and what to wear for casual dating you can find on the blog of this site. It also has quite good reviews about dating sites, especially for casual online dating

    #48941
    DeeAnn
    DeeAnn
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    Two things to pass along…

    1) I use a the triangular sponges to apply concealer and foundation. However, the sponges come in handy to correct errors. Since it already have leftover foundation on it, it works very well to cover a stray bit of lipstick or mascara. Just rub lightly and the coverage is complete in a few strokes.

    2) When applying lipstick, we all probably do an Apply-Blot-Apply-Blot cycle. When you are not doing an application, retract the lipstick into its housing. If you have ever knocked over open lipstick, the benefit of doing this will be readily apparent. It also saves having to pick dust, lint and other bits of whatever out of the lipstick.

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