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3 days, man! 3 days!
After a slightly tiresome drive down, plagued with delays, so a 1.5 hour journey took 3.5 hours, I was late for my appointment.
The lady I’d booked with was fantastic in her preparation, and did not bat an eyelid when I mentioned that I am a MtF CD.
Thanks to this site, when she asked for photos of the look I was going for, I sent some pictures of Chloe Sevigny, with whom I’d face matched.
I love her fresh, natural look, and, when Poppy saw the pictures and my CDH profile picture, she was very excited.
She’d never done makeup for a CD before, but was totally up for it.
When she finished, girls, I was almost in tears! What a lovely transformation!
I will upload a picture or 2 – the look is incredibly easy to maintain, as the powder and lipstick are a good match for my own.
Any UK girls looking for a makeover, I would totally recommend her.
I then spent a lovely day shopping, strolling on the prom, and enjoying a fantastic vegetarian meal at Terre a Terre. Expensive, but oh my!
The shops were relatively empty, but the sale items weren’t really what I was looking for.
This was all about enjoying the experience, and every time I caught a glimpse of my reflection, my heart skipped a slightly narcissistic beat. I could not believe that I could look like this, or that it would make me feel so wonderful for so long.
I am currently sitting in Bar Revenge, having met and spoken to my CD friend Nicole and her CD friend. I’m drinking, singing and chatting with 3 people I’ve never met before. I love this bar – and I’ve only had a couple of sips of my drink!
The Premier Inn know me by sight now, and always find me a better room, and spend time in friendly chat.
I can’t wait for the drag shows to start again, but, for now, I’m happy to make the best of being out, happy and even a little proud of who I am, in Brighton.
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