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    • May 19, 2002 4:05 PM BST
    • Hi there girls. I need some help on false fingernails.My SO doesn't know about my best side??!! and I need some info on false nails. I'm dying to try them but not sure if I can get them off easily or not and don't want to explain why I'm wearing long sexy nails. I would really appreciate any help you can give me.
      Hugs and kisses
      Lori

    • May 17, 2002 1:37 PM BST
    • There are basic starter kits out there. Just look in the junk mail for specials or go to department stores. They usually have 2-3 lippys, fingernail polish, a couple of eyeshadow selections and some blush.I got mine for about $30:00 AUS

    • April 22, 2002 5:56 AM BST
    • I started basicly by having a female friend of mine go to the store with me and help me pick stuff out... the rest kinda went from there.

    • April 19, 2002 3:02 AM BST
    • Although I have been dressing at home for years, I have not yet gotten around to trying make-up (I am VERY lazy).  I think it is time to start experimenting with it.  I have looked in the drug stores, and there are so many different things on the shelves - I don't know where to start! ???  Has anyone found any kits that are good for beginners?  I am not concerned with getting everything right just now; I realize it will take practice.  Since I live alone, I will have ample opportunities to make myself look hideous and learn from the experience.

      I am curious how all you girls out there got started, and if you have any entertaining stories of disastrous first attempts; it might help those of us who are new to this.

      Thanks.

      Heather H.

    • February 27, 2002 12:37 AM GMT
    • The only thing I have found is that the more you do it the eaiser it gets Jayne.  The hair allows the area to keep cooler - thats the function of hair, and as men seem to perspire more than women - I think that is part of the problem - So keep yourself super clean - use moisturisers a lot - I use a cooling lotion - and let the air circulate as much as possible - maybe try going without panties for a few days - certalny use lightweight panties and no pantihose.

    • February 25, 2002 6:02 PM GMT
    • Hi girls, I need some help and/or advice.  I absoluetly enjoy having a cleanly shaved scrotum and a clean shaved bikini-line, BUT, everytime I shave (you know what's coming, Ill wager) I get a zillion zit-like itchy red bumps that make life a horror for days.  Veerrryyy uncomfortable to say the least.  Does anyone know the secret of a sexy-shaven-smooth scrotum and bikini-line without the torture???  Any help will be immensely appreciated.
      Sincerely,
      Jayne

    • February 22, 2002 8:51 PM GMT
    • This is a T-girl site that explains some basics, but of course practise is everything!
      Although she is a bit older than me, the basics of makeup stays the same!

      http://www.idis.com/mpj/Attributes/Makeup.html

      Hugz,

      Jo

    • December 10, 2001 3:40 AM GMT
    • Rachel, I have a book similar called Color Right -Dress Right by Liz E. London and Anne H. Adams..a complete personal Guide to clothes,Cosmetics and accessories...They toute the total look :) It's a wonderful book that give you your own color charts, face shapes ect..I also have a few Stage make-up books that are grand for period make-up tips...I love the old English trollop look ;)...I can't wait to get together with other girls and share tips . I'm hoping to go for my first pro make over soon....I'm sure I'll learn a lot from them....Connie :-*

    • September 27, 2001 9:18 PM BST
    • hello cathy i to need makeup tips so ive booker a dermablend specualist.to get the right shade of beard cover and foundation.a a lesson in how to apply makeup.hope everything works out for you ...susan

    • September 5, 2001 7:47 AM BST
    • Help!  I want to look lovely like those of you I see from these pages.  I haven't mastered makeup -- I need tips!  There have been a few times when I have accidentally stunned myself (usually when I went very light with the makeup)!  

      I would love to hear how to hide dark circles under the eyes, how to make eyebrows less pronounced without shaving them and how to make thin lips sexy!  Help me!!

      Hugs and kisses,

      Cathy

    • December 12, 2001 4:06 PM GMT
    • Hi everyone! I am lucky enough to have nice long natural nails but I'm not sure how to shape them. Are there any websites with manicure pictures and shaping tips?

      Thanks

    • October 17, 2001 6:54 AM BST
    • Hi Girls, I've been getting a beard cover foundation from, Best Value Products P.O. Box 156,Wyncote,PA.19095-0156 Their web site is: http://www.crossdress.net   E-mail: bvp@p3.net
      They have some decent products and I find the prices to be very reasonable...I have ordered a few other things from them and was pleased with everything :)While I don't mind going into the regular drugstore to purchase my make-up I 'm not sure of the right mixture for beard cover...I know orange will cover the blue cast of beard shadow but from there on I'm lost as how to mix my own. Any suggestions would be a great help. Thanks

    • October 11, 2001 9:18 PM BST
    • Hi Girls
      In the UK breastforms are really expensive :(
      I have found a place that provides really good quality at rock bottom prices
      ARGOS stores

      go for it girls, about £10 a pair

      let's see lot's of pert tits out there

      Rikki
      xx

    • September 26, 2001 7:52 AM BST
    • ;Dwhen you cant do mones anymore whats the bestest way to attch forms?

    • October 5, 2001 2:43 PM BST
    • Hi All:

      I work hardest on making my lips the most seductive of my features.   I prefer a deep crimson Cover Girl "Outlast" lipstick and ocassionally use the "Lipart" stencils.  My favorite is a single gold star on my crimson red lower lip!

      Here's a tip!  Outlast is wonderful and will give you an entire night's duty (or entire day's duty, if you prefer) and continue to look great!  But it is the dickens to remove!  I have found that a tiny bit of baby shampoo on a very rough paper towell really works wonders for removal!

      Brittany