CROSSDRESSING 101 FOR THE BEGINNER

Crossdressing 101 is a new page on the Micki Finn website that should be of interest to new crossdressers. T Girls just venturing out or thinking about it will find it helpful. I could not remember any website pages over the years that addressed the beginning crossdresser.  Wannabe crossdressers with  absolutely no experience in dressing up not knowing where or how to start.

Remembering all of the trial and error mistakes I personally made  trying to figure it all out. The huge cost of those experiments along with the disappointment with the bad outcome.  The wigs that made me look like I had a poodle on my head in one case and a vampire in the next.  The dress that made me look like a parade float. I thought it would be a great help for beginners to avoid all of the fun and fast track their way to being beautiful.

WHY

Why is something that I am trying to explain in the Crossdressing 101 page. Thy why is more important than the how because properly applying the wrong foundation the correct way will produce bad results. Even if you followed the instructions perfectly you were doomed from the start. This is especially true with eye shadow where women and crossdressers put on a shade they see on someone else. The why in eyeshadow is to make your eyes more attractive sometimes dramatic. It should compliment your hair and skin tone. Blonde hair with blue eyes looks best with brown shades or shadow which highlight the eye color. Blue eyeshadow looks terrible on blondes or pretty much anybody. People see the blue eyelid and lose the eye all together. Jaclyn Hill is my favorite source when it comes to eye makeup.

CROSSSDRESSING 101 is aimed at the beginner but should be informative for everyone and possibly it be helpful t the old pro’s also.

I hope you enjoy it and let me know if I missed something.

MIcki Finn

3 thoughts on “CROSSDRESSING 101 FOR THE BEGINNER”

  1. Lots of good info here! With regard to makeup, it’s important to remember that there’s no “one size fits all” answer. I strongly recommend a session with a professional – the “big name” department store counters will do what amounts to a “tutorial” in return for a minimum purchase (usually around the $50 mark). Retailers, and not just those in the cosmetics field, have come to realise that the crossdresser Dollar/Pound/Euro is worth exactly the same as anyone else’s, and they’re happy to help us spend it!

    1. Hi Joanne,
      I changed website hosting companies and lost all of my subscribers so if you still want to follow me you will have to go to the website and sign up again.

      Thanks,

      Micki

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