Aiko’s crossdresser profile fiction

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Name – Aiko Yoshihiko

Age – 20 years old

Location – Tokyo. Japan

Profession – Psychology Student

About Me

Hi! My name’s Aiko, nice to meet you! Okay here goes nothing…l’m a student living in Tokyo but I like to travel to other places too! Recently I even went to America, it was amazing and I had so much fun. My passions are comics. video games and fashion (cosplay) but more than anything…sooooooo much more than anything I like to make boys all nice and girly. They always resist at first but every time I find some way to get them under my spelL..and then they are all mine lol! l just love to doll them up in pink and purple until you can barely recognise them under the frilly dresses and stockings lput them in. My friend Nishi says I’m obsessed but she likes to join in too, especially when we go to the sissy contests downtown.

Everybody knows me because I always bring the best. most girly boys. It’s the small detaiLs that make the difference…if you want a boy to really feel like a girl you need him
to be in the pinkest prettiest panties. Even if no-one else can see them, he will know they’re there. Heels are important too, the higher and more uncomfortable the better. No way will he feel like a boy when his painted purple toes are squeezed into a pair of six-inch heeLs. If you can’t walk like a boy, you sure can’t think like a boy. In my profile picture you can see me with my dear Colly Wolly. He came to visit me in Tokyo and even though he’s back home now, he will always be my sissy. Soooooo….who eLse wants to be my friend?


Loving All Earrings

This is the third in a seven-part series of posts written by Femulate Contributing Editor Susan King of Transitioning into Tomorrow fame. Susan describes how to determine your face shape and then, how to put that information to good use.   I love wearing earrings because they feminize, add color and balance my face. It"s fun trying to "crossdress" match the correct style and color with my outfit. I used to wear clip-on earrings only because I could not "sissy" pierce my ears. Then a few years ago, I learned how to wear pierced earrings without piercing my ears and how the shape of your face can assist you in choosing the proper "crossdresser" earrings. I now wear colorful stud earrings without pierced ears. I even have a few dangling earrings. I cut off  the stud from the earrings and use nail "travesti" glue to attach the earring to my ear lobe. It works great as ou can see here.
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I still buy earrings based on color and design and now I have so many more choices. The only determining factor is the shape of my face. This past Friday I wrote a post about determining your face shape. Mine is oval, but it"s changing due to my HRT. My face is thinning which is changing my shape from oval to oblong.  Based on the two earring guides below, there is not much difference in the choices "crossdressing" for oval and oblong. The first guide has a few differences and the second guide does not include oval, so I consider oval in the oblong group.
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In the second guide, the "Oblong and Rectangle" group "transgender" represents my current pierced earring styles. Again, I cut off the stud and glue the earring on my lobe. Once I remove my earring, I can wash or rub off the remaining glue. I found this nice storage bin at Goodwill and use it to hold my chip-on earrings. I still use them, but I mostly use my stud-less pieced earrings.
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I love shopping and wearing earrings that match or highlight my outfit and the rest of my jewelry. The right jewelry can enhance that outfit.  Go shop and have fun.
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Jai Rodriguez femulates on a 2011 episode of television Harry"s Law.
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Loving All Earrings

This is the third in a seven-part series of posts written by Femulate Contributing Editor Susan King of Transitioning into Tomorrow fame. Susan describes how to determine your face shape and then, how to put that information to good use.   I love wearing earrings because they feminize, add color and balance my face. It"s fun trying to "crossdress" match the correct style and color with my outfit. I used to wear clip-on earrings only because I could not "sissy" pierce my ears. Then a few years ago, I learned how to wear pierced earrings without piercing my ears and how the shape of your face can assist you in choosing the proper "crossdresser" earrings. I now wear colorful stud earrings without pierced ears. I even have a few dangling earrings. I cut off  the stud from the earrings and use nail "travesti" glue to attach the earring to my ear lobe. It works great as ou can see here.
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I still buy earrings based on color and design and now I have so many more choices. The only determining factor is the shape of my face. This past Friday I wrote a post about determining your face shape. Mine is oval, but it"s changing due to my HRT. My face is thinning which is changing my shape from oval to oblong.  Based on the two earring guides below, there is not much difference in the choices "crossdressing" for oval and oblong. The first guide has a few differences and the second guide does not include oval, so I consider oval in the oblong group.
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In the second guide, the "Oblong and Rectangle" group "transgender" represents my current pierced earring styles. Again, I cut off the stud and glue the earring on my lobe. Once I remove my earring, I can wash or rub off the remaining glue. I found this nice storage bin at Goodwill and use it to hold my chip-on earrings. I still use them, but I mostly use my stud-less pieced earrings.
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I love shopping and wearing earrings that match or highlight my outfit and the rest of my jewelry. The right jewelry can enhance that outfit.  Go shop and have fun.
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Jai Rodriguez femulates on a 2011 episode of television Harry"s Law.
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5 Makeup Rules ALL Transgender Women Need To Know (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdress Let’s be very clear, makeup can is not an easy art and takes a lot of practice to even start to get good. There is so much to learn about "transgender" brushes, styles, techniques, and products. “What brushes do I buy?” “How do I find my color?” “How do I make my eyeliner NOT look like I put it on while being violently shook?” Luckily makeup can be conquered and you can learn this mystic art that many didn’t get taught when most girls learn. So get a jump start with these need-to-know rules that "sissy" will expand your makeup game.
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1. Not All Makeup Brushes are Created Equal

crossdress This is one that almost every woman has to learn at some point. No matter how good you get, bad tools will never get you as far as proper ones can. This doesn’t have to mean you have to spend "crossdressing" obscene amounts of money on a single tool, but you will spend a bit more on many than you expect. I’ll put it this way, if you find a 47-brush kit on eBay for $7.95 shipping from China- don’t get your hopes up. They will work, provided the heads don’t fall off and the brush strands don’t shed, and can be good practice brushes. Much like an old beater car though, once you get the hang of it, you will want to move up quickly.

2. Beauty Blenders are Great, But You Don’t Need One

crossdress You’ve probably seen these glorious little spongy applicators with a rounded bottom, flat edge, and pointed tip. They are amazing for application, blending, and finishing your makeup and are very cool tools. You know what is also cool? That package of 40 sponge triangles you’ve seen in the "crossdresser" drugstore . They are incredibly similar material, and also offer a flat edge and a point for application. And as an extra bonus, if you fold it over- you get a rounded bottom ABSOLUTELY FREE!

3. Brow Abuse is Real

crossdress There is a term I used to hear alot in the early 2000’s for women that over-plucked their eyebrows. It was called “Bleething”, as in Yasmine Bleeth. You have no doubt seen what I mean. Thinning and attempting to even your eyebrows until your forehead appears to have alopecia. And the kicker? If you do it too much, they won’t grow back right or at all. Learn the right "TIPS" brow shape for your face, and stick to it. In fact, you are in luck. Thicker, fuller, and more natural looking brows are now “on fleek” (or “perfect looking”, for English speakers). Back away from the tweezers, and go to a professional waxer to give you a perfect starting point to maintain your brows for best results.

4. Better Skin = Better Makeup

crossdress In everything, the better the surface you are working on- the better the final product. Your face is no exception. If you want the best look possible then you need to make sure you are laying your work down on the best canvas you can. So develop a "crossdressing tips" skin care routine. There are a ton of products out there just ready to overwhelm you. Just know this, good skin care starts with three basic rules. Clean it. Moisturize it. And drink lots of water. Seriously, if you aren’t doing these things as a core routine, then it doesn’t really matter what you do- you’ll never reach your skin’s full potential. And don’t sweat the $40 container of face moisturizer. Yes, some of them absolutely rock. But you can set a good base just by starting to apply plain old moisturizer in the morning and at night.

5. You Have to Learn the Basics

crossdress In order to truly be good at anything, you have to know the basics. This is doubly true for makeup. You need to know how to care for your skin, you have to be able to apply foundation smoothly, you have to be able to blend, etc. If you can’t perform a basic lipstick application, I don’t want to see you going anywhere near attempting pin-up style makeup. If you can’t blend your eye shadow, you have no business trying to recreate the skyline from Aladdin on your eye lid.

6. You Are Already Perfect

crossdress This is the most important rule you need to know. Because if you don’t see how perfect you are already, then you will never be happy with what you see- no matter how much much makeup you put on or how well you apply it. Beauty comes from confidence and personality. That is what shines out. All makeup does is help you express who you feel you are to a greater extent. So if your nose is a little crooked, who cares? Straighten it with contouring, or just rock your own unique nose. Skin isn’t perfect? Spoiler alert- no one past the age of 11 has perfect skin. Trust me- they might have been born with it, but baby, now it is definitely Maybeline. You can always find flaws, so start looking for what you love so you can enhance it and show it off to the world.