As a crossdresser, I have overcome several of my fears. My biggest struggle is direct contact with strangers. I have no problem walking among people while dressed, driving, etc. What I do fear is one-on-one interaction. Overcoming crossdressing fear is one of my main goals of this year. This week a sandwich came to my rescue!
You see them at nearly every checkout lane, staring you in the face. These are the models and actresses on the cover of those women’s magazines. The cover entices you by the dreams of wearing what they wear, trying the makeup, and the like. So should you buy it? Or better yet, should a crossdresser subscribe to a women’s magazine?
I spend time daily reading the online forums on crossdressers.com. In my opinion, I think the participants fall into two categories: those who are confident with their crossdressing, and those who are not. I think most participants are those who are less confident. The site is a terrific resource for building crossdressing confidence, because those who are insecure can learn so much from the advice of those who have become at ease with their crossdressing.
What can possibly be better than applying makeup to your freshly shaved face before getting crossdressed? For me, it is getting my face soft and smooth. For a smooth face, try exfoliation.
Exfoliation is the process of removing the top layer of dead skin cells. This provides a great foundation for your foundation.
When I decided to try my face, I did some research to discover a great exfoliating scrub. Allure magazine has its annual reader’s choice awards, which helped me find a wonderful scrub: St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub. This is Sami’s Pick for a smooth face.