Little Things to Feel Girly

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While I am not a “sissy” as I am born female and don’t identify with begging female, I think fun tips to help out people wanting some subtle ways to feel girlish (from someone raised as a girl) would be nice for others!

Personally, what I could recommend would be:
- painting your nails, even if you aren’t good at it now you’ll get better with time! If you’re nervous about people seeing your fingernails painted and pretty, then do your toes so you can feel girlish to yourself.
- Also wearing simple jewelry like a cute necklace or something works too! Generally things like jewelry and nail painting is seen as feminine, but in recent fashion this has become more acceptable for all genders so you should receive little backlash over it.
-Skincare is also another big one! Start a nice little routine of washing your face, and applying toner alongside moisturizer at morning and night—if you’re in the market, I’d try doing tinted chapstick or lip balm since it’s still subtle.

I know these are super general things, and if anyone has more tips I’d love to hear them! Girls and femme people are kinda naturally expected to “put more work in” on themselves, and if you wanna feel like an authentic little girl try looking for children’s nail polish or cutesy skincare products (I have Hello Kitty themed ones!). Little girls like feeling fancy and like princesses a lot of the time (because that’s what you’re surrounded by) so you should also be treating yourself like one!
 
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Not sissy but very related. One thing I'd love to see more development on is costume makeup for ABDL in general. Even panels or sessions at conventions hands on don't seem to be a thing to my surprise.

One thing I hate being a little with a body of a big scary guy is not looking very little in mirrors. I know I want the impossible but just any tiny thing to give a smoother rounder complexion and the blush across the nose and cheeks little kid look, even if it's just a small improvement from 10 feet away. 😆

You know how kids parties or carnivals they do face paint? Something like that in a convention panel with professional makeup experts and hair stylists and ABDL cosplayers that can take 30 years off and turn a man into a boy in 15 minutes would be amazing.

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God I can imagine the lines on the first day of CAPcon if they had something like that. 🤣
 
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LittleAndAlone said:
Not sissy but very related. One thing I'd love to see more info on is costume makeup for ABDL in general. Even panels or sessions at conventions hands on don't seem to be a thing to my surprise.

One thing I hate being a little with a body of a big scary guy is not looking very little in mirrors. I know I want the impossible but just any tiny thing to give a smoother rounder complexion and the blush across the nose and cheeks, even if it's just a small improvement from 10 feet away. 😆

You know how kids parties or carnivals they do face paint? Something like that in a convention panel with professional makeup experts and hair stylists and ABDL cosplayers that can take 30 years off and turn a man into a boy in 15 minutes would be amazing.

🥹
Okay, I can give you some tips on this! It kinda falls into sissy territory (sorry) but it will make your face more youthful! Look up how to do natural style feminizing makeup, and it will mostly be trans women doing it (because that’s who usually uses it) but it works very well and they are super nice! You could always get some regular makeup blush and a poofy brush and give a couple swipes on the face and shoulders for rosy complexion!

Like I mentioned above, skincare also really helps in looking younger too.
 
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Looking soft and young comes with some work. I use baby lotion at night and like a really hydrating lotion after showers in the mornings so my skin stays soft. I personally don’t wear makeup because people still think I’m like 15 even though I’m 21, so I don’t need it really. I do lots of costume stuff with eyeshadow and liners, but not full faces.
 
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Yeah I don't know the first thing about makeup. And have a couple decades of manly neglect in the skin care department to fight an uphill battle with. 🤣

I'm more inclined to wishful thinking that I could wait in line at a conn activity like I described and have an expert quickly color match and turn me into a little kid in 15 minutes. Then print me out a list of all the products and color codes and a quick tutorial with instructions and order of operation.
🤣🤣🤣
 
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LittleAndAlone said:
Yeah I don't know the first thing about makeup. And have a couple decades of manly neglect in the skin care department to unwind. 🤣

I'm more inclined to wishful thinking that I could wait in line at a conn activity like I described and have an expert quickly color match and turn me into a little kid in 15 minutes. Then print me out a list of all the products and color codes and a quick tutorial with instructions and order of operation.
🤣🤣🤣
It’s a little bit of research, but it can work! Cons wouldn’t really be able to get staff like that I don’t think—even volunteers would be in the hole due to the cost of product and needing to test it on people.
 
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Get both ears pierced. I used to wear tiny studs outside.
 
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Zero knowledge, but was thinking that with the wave of Trans people out there, the internet should have any number of videos like 101 make-up for dummies, or something like that.

I have a serious issue with one of my fingernails and visit a Nail Studio about every six weeks. My dear wife talked me into have my feet nails done (as you can see, clueless here) and wow, I strongly recommend it to any male.

No, I do not have color added, more from the stand-point that I am color blind and I do nothing that involves color. I cannot tell you how many times I was about to reach for the door knob when I hear my dear wife ask: You are not going out wearing that combination, right?!?!
 
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Edgewater said:
Zero knowledge, but was thinking that with the wave of Trans people out there, the internet should have any number of videos like 101 make-up for dummies, or something like that.

I have a serious issue with one of my fingernails and visit a Nail Studio about every six weeks. My dear wife talked me into have my feet nails done (as you can see, clueless here) and wow, I strongly recommend it to any male.

No, I do not have color added, more from the stand-point that I am color blind and I do nothing that involves color. I cannot tell you how many times I was about to reach for the door knob when I hear my dear wife ask: You are not going out wearing that combination, right?!?!
Oh absolutely! There’s millions—feminizing and masculinity enhancing alike. I do agree getting your nails (especially feet) done professionally makes you feel like a whole new person almost! If your wife is with you while you do that, you could ask her if the color looks good maybe?
 
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Painting your nails pink with sparkles, wearing girly colors
 
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DBabygirl2 said:
Painting your nails pink with sparkles, wearing girly colors
If you have longer hair, parting it to the side or doing low ponytails off to the side also looks good! If you have baggy pants, ruffle socks should be well hidden.
 
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I am an AFAB person that presents very femme, and I have a super close friend who just came out to me as trans. I ended up making her a basket of a bunch of small, more feminine things that she could use even if she still had to present as male (since she is not out to everyone yet). Some things that I included that aren’t necessarily super obvious was a body scrub that smells very sweet but doesn’t really leave behind that smell, some skin care and beauty products like primer and concealer (stuff that isn’t too obvious to those who don’t wear makeup and also stuff to help her when she does wear makeup), colorful hair ties, fake nails that are easily removable/reusable, subtle perfumes and dainty jewelry that can be worn under clothes, among other things. I also got her some cute charms for her backpack and a makeup bag.
There are so many things that I do to get dressed and ready for the day that doesn’t mean much at all to me, but make such a world of a difference for her. I can’t wait til she is at a point where she can present as she truly is and I can take her on a whole shopping spree!! But the subtle things seem to really mean so much for now
 
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lilbabyjooce said:
I am an AFAB person that presents very femme, and I have a super close friend who just came out to me as trans. I ended up making her a basket of a bunch of small, more feminine things that she could use even if she still had to present as male (since she is not out to everyone yet). Some things that I included that aren’t necessarily super obvious was a body scrub that smells very sweet but doesn’t really leave behind that smell, some skin care and beauty products like primer and concealer (stuff that isn’t too obvious to those who don’t wear makeup and also stuff to help her when she does wear makeup), colorful hair ties, fake nails that are easily removable/reusable, subtle perfumes and dainty jewelry that can be worn under clothes, among other things. I also got her some cute charms for her backpack and a makeup bag.
There are so many things that I do to get dressed and ready for the day that doesn’t mean much at all to me, but make such a world of a difference for her. I can’t wait til she is at a point where she can present as she truly is and I can take her on a whole shopping spree!! But the subtle things seem to really mean so much for now
Now that is being a friend, in deed!! Wow!!
 
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How about hair bows?
 

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lilbabyjooce said:
I am an AFAB person that presents very femme, and I have a super close friend who just came out to me as trans. I ended up making her a basket of a bunch of small, more feminine things that she could use even if she still had to present as male (since she is not out to everyone yet). Some things that I included that aren’t necessarily super obvious was a body scrub that smells very sweet but doesn’t really leave behind that smell, some skin care and beauty products like primer and concealer (stuff that isn’t too obvious to those who don’t wear makeup and also stuff to help her when she does wear makeup), colorful hair ties, fake nails that are easily removable/reusable, subtle perfumes and dainty jewelry that can be worn under clothes, among other things. I also got her some cute charms for her backpack and a makeup bag.
There are so many things that I do to get dressed and ready for the day that doesn’t mean much at all to me, but make such a world of a difference for her. I can’t wait til she is at a point where she can present as she truly is and I can take her on a whole shopping spree!! But the subtle things seem to really mean so much for now
Edgewater said:
Now that is being a friend, in deed!! Wow!!
Yeah, I’m with @Edgewater. I’m just stunned by all the thought you put into that! What a wonderful way to show your support!
 
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Wear a pink dress, pink shoes and a pink diaper with girly designs, eat a lot of high-fiber foods and then do a big girl poop in your girly pink diaper.
 
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She likes it so I do try to dress cute and very girlish with a lot of pastel colors and prints !
 
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DBabygirl2 said:
Painting your nails pink with sparkles, wearing girly colors
Isn't that the best feeling when you do
 
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Floodingpants said:
How about hair bows?
My hair is short but I love putting a clip in to make me feel girly
 
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