The fastest way to transform your image as a transgender woman or crossdresser is to change your hairstyle.
Whether you wear a wig or style your own natural hair, your hairstyle speaks volumes about your female self.
What does your hairstyle say about YOU?
Keep reading to find out!
Straight, frizz-free hair shows that you’re a perfectionist who likes to be in control. Straight hair is beautiful and elegant, but it can also make you appear a bit serious and unapproachable.
Wavy hair is an ultra-feminine hairstyle that reflects a woman who is creative and confident. Loose waves give off a free-spirited vibe, while glamorous waves shout “bombshell.”
Women with curly hair are perceived as fun-loving and a bit wild. Passionate and big-hearted, they can also be seen as drama queens.
Bob cuts are trendy and stylish. They reflect a woman who is powerful and assertive, but who still likes to look great and make a statement.
Bangs add a youthful, feminine touch to any hairstyle. Women with bangs are seen as fun and flirtatious.
Short hair says you’re a carefree woman who doesn’t like to fuss over things. It also reflects confidence since you don’t need to hide behind your hair.
And in case you are wondering, YES! Short hair can look feminine. See this post on 3 Tips for Feminizing Short Hair to learn more.
Long hair is a classic symbol of femininity and gives off a romantic, seductive vibe. However, it can look “cheap” if it’s damaged or fake-looking.
Shoulder Length Hair
Shoulder-length hair is the most versatile hairstyle. It shows that you know how to strike a balance between your serious and seductive sides. You’re a bit of a chameleon, which is a great quality to have!
What’s YOUR favorite feminine hairstyle?
It’s incredible how much your hairstyle can impact the way you look and feel.
What is YOUR favorite female hairstyle?
I’d love to know, so please share in the comments below! And if you can, be sure to include a pic!
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After nearly 50 years of dressing my favorite style is long wavy loose curls in multiple shades of blonde and light brown. At 60 my hair is too thin and silver to do anything with thankfully Internet offers a huge selection for those of us who have to wear wigs.
I’m usually blonde but went for this colour using Loreal hair software which can change colour of your hair or try out different styles.
Luv setting my hair. It’s not so much about the end result as the experience of spending the day in curlers. Tried a couple of wigs when I couldn’t have long hair in my job. Now I just enjoy having long hair and experimenting with clips, pins, bows and accessories.
Finding a wig that looks right is first step. Not any wig will fit your face or your attire. Sometimes I want to be a red head but I have very clothes that compliment it like I want. Try things out, take pics and see for yourself what looks right. It is true the comments above are spot on. Bangs are very flirty.
I bought this wig. But I would love to go full blonde.
I try to be as feminine as possible when wearing female clothes. Most tell me I’m quite passable, but for some reason I can’t attract a good man to take me to bed and make me feel like his woman!
Men don’t know what they’re missing, Marilyn. You look great, doll! x Cynthia-Joelle
The transgender girls you have are so pretty. I believe that I am a lost cause, I can never look so good. I’m to old and ugly I could never accomplish being pretty, and looking as a woman. Sorry to take your time. I have e always been a sissy but I’m working so had to look like a girl.
How old do you consider to be too old? I’m 61, 62 in October and I don’t plan on Not dressing up and feeling girlie, sexy and slutty until I can’t put on stockings!
De si jolis dires , ne peuvent venir , que d’une , jolie et gentille personne