CROSSDRESSER MICKI FINN
Living my life as a married heterosexual crossdresser I thought about launching a website dedicated to helping other less experienced crossdresser’s. I want them to look their best, feel their best, and gain the confidence to go out in public enjoying the experience. I am not talking about being passable though because that is in the eye of the beholder of which I have no control. You can read more of my thoughts on passing in my CROSSDRESSERS PASSING IN PUBLIC page.
The term crossdresser is my preference because it simply implies that you have crossed over dressing in the other genders clothing. It does not preclude crossing back to your original gender. I am a hetero sexual crossdresser comfortable in my body and have no desire to change my sex. Transvestite is a more clinical term and takes you down the physiology road which is boring so I won’t go there. The most popular term these days is sort of an umbrella term Transgender. I am not fond of it because for the last twenty years I keep hearing different definitions. Trans or Transiting implies a destination which is typically associated with the desire to change sex .
Recently I became aware of the TEA Awards or Transgender Erotica Awards which is basically a porn award show. I don’t wish to have part of there label attached to me which is another reason for rejecting the Transgender label.
In the interest of keeping things simple anyone who wants to dress like a woman Drag Queen, Transexual, Transgender, Crossdresser, or transvestite. Males wearing makeup and women’s clothing are my target audience. Hopefully you find my site both educational, interesting and entertaining.
You won’t find anything sexual about this site and there are no nude pictures or anything regarding dating.
Because it is my goal to keep this site positive you will not find any political commentary from myself or anyone else here.
You will find techniques of interest to crossdresser’s that I have learned from others in addition to discoveries made on my own. None of the techniques you will find on this site are to be construed as a recommendation in any way shape or form. It is what I do myself and it is up to you to decide if it works for you.
Crossdresser makeup advice is the most sought after information I have experienced over the years. Makeup techniques for crossdressers differ from genetic women because the male face typically has masculine features. Things like square jaws and beard shadow need to be disguised to make them appear more feminine. Contouring is a great way to hide male features by using darker foundation colors to create the illusion of shadows. They create an illusion with the shape and size of the face. In the makeup pages you will see a lot of information along with some links to professional artists that I have learned from.
There is more to looking like a woman than makeup though and there are pages that deal with the feminine form. They describe padding that give the crossdresser the curves needed to look feminine. In order to look your best you need the proper female proportions. There are guidelines to discover what that is in the FEMININE SHAPE FOR CROSSDRESSERS section. Once you have determined your dress size you will know what padding to buy to accomplish it.
My hope is that you find this information helpful and that you achieve great results that you are happy with. That way you can get dressed and confidently go out and have fun. It took me decades to figure out what was not shared with me about crossdressing. I can easily say thousands of dollars invested. It is my gift to you in the hope that it helps you look more feminine. Please share the information or the website address with others to help them along their feminine journey.