Reply To: When you look in the mirror…

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I feel the same way Roella. The makeup hides lines and blemishes. The eyeshadow so wonderfully highlights my eyes even though it took me quite a while to get it down. Still working on the lipstick, not because I can’t do it but because I have this habit of moving my lips around over each other and it smudges it. So I’ve got to work on that habit, before I can do any lipstick. Still working on getting the mascara down. I love love love having nail polish. Fingers and toes.
I think accessories make all the difference in the world. A nice pair of earrings. I have multiple piercings because I have been and still am a punk rocker and head banger and that just sometimes comes with the territory. So I can wear more than one pair of earrings when I feel like it. A nice necklace especially if it matches the earrings. My wife got me a set for Christmas. A string of pearls definitely helps accent an outfit and sometimes just bring that last little touch of femininity to it. I also bought a choker chain with an “A” for Abby on it and I almost never take that off. A nice bracelet, a cool watch. I have one that is pink. An ankle bracelet too. If I’m going to go with open toed shoes I have toe rings that I can wear. I actually wear them most of the time.
A good pocketbook never hurts and the right pair of shoes can accent everything whether it’s a pair of sneakers or pair of heels or wedges or espadrilles or whatever it may be.  I am nowhere near being able to do the heels but I can do the wedges just fine. That’s all I need.
I have a pronounced bald spot but I have a number of hats that I can wear that go with outfits and the beauty of being a woman is it’s quite acceptable to wear your hat in church, in restaurants and so on.  As a guy I would always remove my hat when I went into church or sat down at a restaurant. That’s just proper etiquette.
Finally, a nice fragrance. A spritz on the neck and wrists. Anyway, when I look in the mirror after everything is all done I love what I see, I feel so feminine and I’m ready to step out. And I can smile in the mirror and say, “No matter if nobody else thinks so, Abby I think you’re beautiful.” That works for me.

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