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Lost my "crossdressing" eyelash comb somewhere, somehow. I didn"t realized how much I missed it until I made up my face Sunday afternoon. So Monday, I bought a new one (this one). A long time ago, a queen told me to use an eyelash comb with metal teeth. At the time, they were "sissy" hard to find, but I managed to get one from the Vermont Country Store, of all places! So I was a little upset when I lost it. But these days, the metal-toothed combs are more common. The function of the comb is to separate and unclump your eyelashes after applying mascara. The plastic teeth are just too thick to fit in between the lashes you are trying to unclump, whereas the "travesti"metal teeth are just right to do the job. So go metal. By the way, the metal teeth are very sharp, so be very careful or you"ll poke your eye out!
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Beauty expert, Louis Licari, wrote about blurring on Huffington Post... not gender blurring, but age blurring. It is an interesting blog post and includes tips on how you too can blur your age and look "young" despite how many birthdays you have celebrated (or not).
You can read Mr. Licari"s post here. Enjoy!
Helen of Haute Business fame and I have "Transgender News" such a similar fashion sense that you"d think we were separated at birth! I am so enamored by some of her outfits that I decided to replicate one to wear to work on Halloween. Will you be en femme at work for Halloween? I hope so!
|Eugeniusz Bodo femulating in the 1937 Polish film Pietro-wyzej.|