Archive for May, 2012
Summer is officially HERE – and you know what that means …
Revealing clothes and bare skin! This is definitely the time of year we girls want to feel our sexiest and most confident.
Keep reading to discover my top 3 tips to boost your feminine sex appeal (without ever crossing the line from sexy to slutty) …
1. Wear red
Color is a huge part of the impression you make on people. Each color has meaning that is communicated on a subconscious level.
Without a doubt, RED is the sexiest color of all!
Red is associated with passion, desire, and love – so wear red to increase your feminine sex appeal. Even a few touches of red (like a red bag or heels) will put you in touch with your sensuous side.
2. Make seductive eye contact
The way you make eye contact communicates your level of confidence, trustworthiness, and sex appeal.
To make your eye contact sexy and flirtatious, look at people from the corner of your eye rather than straight on. (You might have to turn your head slightly to do this.) Hold eye contact for 5 seconds and then look away.
By the way, this tip also works if you look at a camera or look at yourself in the mirror and want to appear more feminine and seductive.
3. Try a sexy workout
Your body movements absolutely broadcast your sex appeal (or lack thereof) to the world.
I’ve created several tutorials on feminine movement, but one of the best ways to master sensuous moves is to do a sexy workout.
Belly dancing, pole dancing, and cardio striptease are great ways to channel your inner seductress. Best of all, these workouts will transfer over to more fluid, feminine movements in your daily life.
Here are some sexy workouts to try:
- Luscious: The Bellydance Workout for Beginners
- Carmen Electra’s Aerobic Striptease
- Pussycat Dolls Workout
So what makes YOU look and feel your sexiest? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this very HOT topic, so leave me your comments below!
P.S. Do you want to know my #1 secret for achieving feminine sex appeal? Develop a sexy feminine mindset! Without a sexy state of mind, you’ll never be the sexy, sensuous woman you want to be.
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Can you believe it’s already May 2012? Time flies when you are having fun!
I’ve got tons happening behind the scenes that I can’t wait to share with you – including a top secret photo project that is going to help redefine society’s concept of “transgender beauty” …
I’m about to show the world what you and I already know – that crossdressers and TG women can be every bit as beautiful, feminine, and fabulous as their GG sisters! (Stay tuned for more details coming soon!)
Photos are a perfect way to express your femme side – and they can be a huge confidence booster.
But I know what it’s like to freeze up as soon as the camera comes out …
Bad shots are a bummer, so keep reading to discover the top 5 femme photo posing mistakes – and how to fix them!
1. Shooting shoulders square on
Most crossdressers and transgender women have broad shoulders, so it’s a big mistake to shoot them square on.
Instead, pose with your shoulders at an angle to the camera. This makes them look smaller and more feminine – and gives you more of an hourglass shape.
2. Holding your body too straight
Posing with your arms, legs, head, and torso too straight makes you look stiff and awkward. It’s also makes you look more masculine.
The secret to flattering, feminine photos is to create softness and curves with your body – so bend your arms and legs slightly, tilt your head, lean forward at the waist, and relax your fingers.
3. Shooting in unflattering light
Lighting makes ALL the difference in the world in photos. The #1 rule is to avoid strong overhead or side lighting since this creates ugly shadows on the face.
If you are indoors, move away from overhead lights and try placing a couple lamps with soft lighting around you.
If you are outdoors, avoid shooting in strong midday sunlight. The best time of day is to shoot at dusk or dawn when the sun has a soft, diffuse glow.
If you must pose in strong light, tilt your chin up a bit to minimize shadows.
4. Placing the camera below eye level
Nobody wants to rock a double chin in their photos, so never pose with the camera below eye level. The lens should be at or above eye level to diminish a double chin and downplay a large jawline.
5. Not engaging your mind
I’m a huge fan of America’s Next Top Model. I love how the show demonstrates that modeling is as much about mindset as it is about natural-born beauty. If a model isn’t feeling fabulous, it WILL show in her photos.
The same is true for you! You need to psych yourself up so you feel as stunning as possible during your photoshoot …
Having trouble mustering up your confidence? One trick is to imagine that you are portraying a character (either real or imagined). “Modeling” somebody else is a great way to channel their energy in photos.
One of my favorite parts about blogging is seeing the photos you girls upload to my site. (Literally thousands of photos at this point!) So in this post, I’d love to see your best shots. Leave me a comment and upload your favorite femme photos below!