Spur of the Moment
I venture out into public cross dressed as a girl, I always ensure that
my makeup and hair is as passable as can be, but this is a process that
can take upwards of 30 minutes to achieve, not to mention the time it
takes to shower, shave, choose an outfit, etc. I often think to myself,
"It's kinda unfair that I can't just pull my hair back into a ponytail
and dash to the store sans makeup like other genetic girls do all the
time." Well, I suppose I could do this if I was super brave, but I know
that I wouldn't be able to pass as a girl. As a result, all of my
outings are carefully planned around times when I can do my makeup and
hair properly before going out.
If you've followed my blog for awhile, then you know that my facial skin
is extremely sensitive to shaving, and I'm not able to shave every day.
Fortunately, my facial hair is quite light and thin as it is, and so
after a clean shave, I have about 30 hours from that point in terms of
being able to apply makeup and venture out into public en femme without
any visible whiskers showing. As I result, when I plan my extended girl
time and various activities, I always try and plan out these 30 hour
blocks so I can use my girl time as effectively as possible. If I know
that I can be late for work on Thursday morning, then I will usually
shave Wednesday evening after work, go out as a girl Wednesday night, go
out as a girl again Thursday morning, and then go out a final time
Thursday night after work. Friday would then be a "day off" and I could
start shaving again on Saturday.
The reason that I even bother starting this blog entry out like that is
today was an off day for me in terms of being able to shave my face, and
so there was no way that I was going to be able to do makeup and hair.
So my plans for this "day off" were to drive up the local canyon and
scout for a place that would allow me to camp overnight as a girl. I had
so much fun going to the mountains and cooking over a campfire en femme
that I now want to take that next step by actually camping overnight as
a woman. There would be various logistic needs in order to pull such an
adventure off, and so I wanted to drive up through the canyon and scout
different areas that would fulfill those needs.
original plan was to do this all as a guy, but as I went to put my shoes
on just before leaving the house, I decided to wear my black ballet
flats instead of guy shoes. I was already wearing nylons from my work
day since I have been underdressed at work every day during this span of
girl time, and who wants to wear guy shoes when they can slip into a
cute pair of flats? As I looked at my reflection in the mirror, I
noticed that the flats didn't really go with my guy jeans, and so I
quickly changed into my boyfriend capri jeans by JCrew. I knew I
wouldn't be running into anyone face to face in the
and so it would be harmless if my lower half was dressed in girl things,
but when I stared into the mirror again, I just couldn't bare the site
of wearing girl capris with a guy top, and so I quickly changed tops
pulling on my new lemon tee from DownEast that I purchased recently.
Now I was feeling great dressed properly from the neck down, but I was
having a hard time wearing a bra beneath my lemon tee without my forms
in, and so I finally decided to go into the canyon dressed like a girl
without any makeup. As I mentioned in my introduction, you see women all
the time running errands with simple hair and no makeup, and so I
decided to become one of these women since I knew I wouldn't have a face
to face encounter. After inserting my breast forms, I quickly grabbed my
long blonde wig and styled it just a bit, and if you didn't get a real
good look at my face, I don't think you could tell that I wasn't a girl.
I didn't take a picture of myself in this outfit at home because I
wasn't wearing makeup, and even if women go out to run errands with
simple hair and no makeup, they would all shy away from having their
picture taken in that state, and that was my natural reaction as well.
So, instead of setting up my tripod and camera for a fashion photo
shoot, I grabbed my things and headed for the car completely en femme
except for any makeup.