Happy Holidays, From Denae. If you’re able to handle the people returning Christmas presents—there are 50% to 75% off some great winter clothing. Especially the leathers, such as coats, handbags. Enjoy your New Years Eve, I have a new pair of red and black heels and I am going out to dance with friends, I hope all of you have fun also!
Hello Ladies, As Promised herewith more on Feminine Movement. I was eating here in Santa Cruz, CA yesterday when a well dressed TS woman walked in, and slide correctly into her booth. However, she ordered a pizza and a bottle of beer. Okay, we all relax, but the deal breaker was two-fold. She spoke to the waiter with a mans loud voice. Next, when drinking the bottle of beer, her elbow went straight OUT to the side while drinking large gulps.
The bent elbow out, really did not blend with her beautiful appearance. Lets go back to Vol 1 on the blog. Remember, elbows IN, along with knees and feet. With just a few simple changes, this well dressed woman could have been all woman. Okay, I say it over and over. The two most important aspects of blending as a female when in public is your Movement & Your Voice. Makeup and Hair, you can pay for. However only you can create your own mannerisms and voice. Pull IN. We will cover some Voice in coming blogs when we are finished with movememnt. I have also had request for Wardrobe coordination. More later, and regardless keep your elbows in while eating or drinking and eat slower!
Denae Doyle www.FemImage.com Vol 1 DVD for more on feminine movement. See Vol 1 at www.FemImage.com
Last week, whild waiting in my dentist office–I had time to read from their collection of mens magazines and onlyone magazine for women. The beauty editor of this well known magazine, was discussing women over 45 years to 50 years. She reported the number one mistake in the middle aged woman, is wearing red lipstick! She went on to report, when estrogen drops the lips get thinner, so red lipstick will make the thin lips stand out.
I thought about blogging about the Red lipstick, because I have seen so many CD and TS wearing lips to dark. It seems genetic born males do have thinner lips, and the red lipstick, along with a small amount of beard showing–is not a good thing.
I suggest you soften everything up, when that day will come for all of us. Perhaps a peach blush and lips and less makeup on the eyes. Wear interesting jewelry on your ears, and use the the jewelry instead. When traveling, look fori nteresting pieces.
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Give them a try, with free shipping, you have zero to lose! Check their size chart and measure yourself if you’re not sure of your size! Great stretch jeans too!
Many of you have emaled me, regarding evening gowns for the holiday season. Lets continue with jewelry.
For those who have a PEAR shaped face (wider jaxbone than forehead) opt for narrow rather than wide earromgs Look for curvey, soft and patterns to your earrings rather than straighter lines.
Of all four jewelry zones, always leave ONE zones off. I suggest, wear a fab earrings, leave out your necklance zone, wear your braclet and ring zones! Wearing all four zones will be over done (don’t wear a zone on each wrist of each hang) You want your pieces to stand out, and not to be over done!
www.FemImage.com see my informational DVD’s on feminine walking, how to walk and swing your hips, makeup, wigs, and much more!
So many of you have emailed me, regarding what style is best for the TG face and neck. Herewith some tips to help you with selecting for the holidays (and for everyday life). First, realize earrings are the most importanjt piece of jewelry you can wear. Why? Because they are the closeest accessory to your face and can balance your face shape (if needed), enhance your coloring, and finish your look.
Face Shape and Earrings–A carefully chosen earring can add width to a narrow face or length to a round face. In addition, earrings have lines and patterns that, when harmonized with your face’s curves or angles, create a pleasing appearance. Since many TG woman have a square jawline, also consider a wig which will cover your jawline or neck, with an earring which will show show through your hair style. Even pin or apply hair spray to hold a small section of your hair back–so your earring will show without showing your entire neck. For the angular jaw and square brow–op for narrow rather than wide earrings. Drop earrings work well with your face shape provided that your neck doesn’t appear larger. Have fun shopping for a great pair of earrings for any up-coming holiday event!
Denae Doyle/Image Consultant For TG Women