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I am a guy who likes to crossdress (at times in private)
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I am curious what type(s) of makeup that I should start out with, also how should I go about picking out a shade(s) as I have no idea what I am doing at this point...

(Hazel eyes, white skin and brown hair just to give you a starting point..?)

Will eventually link a picture to the post, just can't do so right now...

Thanks!

PS, I don't give a crap about the normality of this either...
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I found out for me, I had female friends and I felt I could trust her, so I told her that I was in fact a crossdresser since age 13. I built a bond and a trust with her that I had with no one else. The friend was supportive, nonjudgmental, and full of things we could do if and when I was ever ready to try going out in public dressed as female. My problem is I'm very much male body features, facial hair etc. I have quite the collection of female clothes, the make up- I don't play much with that. I'm always afraid I will forget to remove it before I run into someone the first if the day. I do like the feel and taste of some lipsticks, Yrs ago I even gave a buddy a blowjob while I had lipstick on. Yea, I'm Bi-curious.. I also gave him a blowjob once when he drove thru town. Thank goodness for tilt steering . You also might try thrift stores in case you need to get more clothes. A Goodwill outlet store sells clothes by the pound, so I have bought stuff there all balled up in the middle of other guy clothes, to avoid being embarrassed.
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I had a gf who was all about femdom, cuckolding, pegging, forced fem and sissification, as well as extreme sexual humiliation and emasculation. I also have the gift of very nice long feminine shaped legs, firm nice round bubble butt, and my hips and shape below the chest are very lady like. Loved wearing shorts that were more revealing than body paint, micro mini skirts that barely covered half my ass, especially with the giant butt plugs she made me always wear in public, if i bent forward one bit, the bases were broght and visible. I even had sexy lingerie, and she loved to make me pleasure men, which i enjoyed how humiliating it was, my lady making me give blow jobs, take facials in public, having her regular sex partners also have sex with me, and actually enjoying it all. I enjoyed beingnpounded by her hung black stallion, and if she didnt push me to get breast implants, i wouod have let her transition me.
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Oh okay, cool. I do wonder tho, would a gloved hand with two or three fingers bunched up be a good place to start as far as "anal simulation" would go..? Just wondering your opinion if you don't mind?
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rltg4711
http://www.cross-dress.com/category/cross-dressing-advice.html

https://www.crossdresserheaven.com/some-tips-for-passing-as-a-woman/

Merely two such sights (links above) for beginners.
You will eventually find what is right for you, be it dresses, tops and skirts, shades of lipstick and nail varnish. Then the best asset a 'girl' can own, is a beautiful pair of breastforms.
http://www.thebreastformstore.com/breastforms-catalog.aspx?cid=TBFS_Google&gclid=CLmMtZyAjtECFYGZvAodxvUI8g

Be the girl you want to be and feel fabulous.
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You are probably warm toned. Try eyeshadows in shades of brown / tan, maybe a splash of olive green. A nice neutral pink lipstick, or a nude shade, and some black mascara. Youtube is chock full of videos on makeup for beginners. If you know the difference between warm and cool tones, you will have a much easier time.
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@: Vauael
Would you be able to tell my skin tone by seeing the back of my hand? If so, have a look at my blog please? My worry is more about foundation than anything. Taking away the shinyness of my face and trying to cover my beard hair...
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@: Cheet0
I will certainly try, let me know where to find the blog. In the mean time, flip the wrist over and look at the veins there. Do this in good lighting, preferrably sunlight. If the veins appear blue you are cool toned, and if they are greenish you are warm toned. If its both, or you cant tell, you are probably neutral, like myself.

If you look in the mirror, and your skin has kind of a pinky tone to it, (not to be confused with redness) or blue, you are probably cool. Holding a stark white towel or piece of paper next to you can help make tones more noticeable.

If your skin has more of a golden, or yellow tint you are most likely warm toned.

Dont buy matte foundation. Its powdery, will accentuate every baby fine hair on your face and does not work well with beards / etc. If you want to control shine, dont go for a dewy foundation either. You can try a face primer first, but foundation will help somewhat on its own.

Beauty Blenders are the best thing since sliced bread. They have replaced every high end foundation brush I own. They are $20 but well worth it, and Real Techniques has their version for $4-5 at walmart or target. That will help your application a lot! Be sure to use it wet, but squeeze out excess water.
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@: Vauael
My blog is at:
http://cheetov90.tumblr.com

Thanks for your help!
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@: Cheet0
Were you able to tell..? Just wondering..? Thanks!
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@: Cheet0
You look neutral to me. If you tan or anything though, you may turn warm for the duration of the tan like many do. Myself included. Sorry for the delay, I hadnt logged in in a while.

Make sure your foundations dont lean too pink or orange. Eye colors and lips, you can do almost anything. I still like natural shades best, creams, browns, taupes.....but you can do shades of blue, greens, corals, red lips, etc. Being neutral is fabulous.
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@: Cheet0
You dont want to see pink or orange at all in your foundation. If you feel comfortable, stores like sephora can match you but the foundation is pricy there! Ulta has open testers of drugstore brands you can play with to try and match yourself.
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This is completely normal, shown by how many people do this (a lot).

Although some feel the word crossdressing infers that clothing is gendered (which it, of course, isn't since it's a piece of cloth), I will be using this vocabulary in my answer.

So you like being feminine! That's great! Crossdressing has been around since the concept of a gendered binary. Do whatever makes you happy since you're not hurting anyone.

I think with the description you've provided, you may suit a neutral palette wonderfully. You can buy such make-up even at a dollar store.
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@: Jophiel
Oh alright Jophiel. My issue is more that I can't figure out what shade of foundation/whatever else to pick up...
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@: Cheet0
Ah, sorry! Hopefully this quiz can be of some assistance?: http://www.neutrogena.com/category/cosmetics/shade+finder.do?&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=&utm_term=cosmetics%20%2Bshade%20finder&utm_content=%7cmkwid%7csuyn0VHKK_dc%7cpcrid%7c168751013678&gclid=CNG694yGrNECFRDZfgodeCMIjA&gclsrc=ds
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