Yes hair! As someone who arrived late into the lifestyle of ‘encouraged’ feminisation, I am still learning and I didn’t actually realise the importance of hair to the process.
I did of course realise the importance early on about shaving. Having Alice’s legs and body shaved was vital to her feminisation process. Shaping her pubes into a little pussy triangle was another important step after initially having it all shaved clean.
What I missed until recently was the real hair on Alice’s head. I hadn’t paid it any attention since as I’ve mentioned many times, it is thinning and grey. So for the three years or more of her increasing feminisation I left it as it was; a short cropped style. Full feminisation was achieved at home with a wig and I had thought that was it.
What I missed was the fact that although not perfect, having her real hair longer made Alice more feminine outside the house too. Also as important is the ritual of styling and dressing her hair. It’s growing very slowly 😦 but now it’s half way over her ears and growing down her neck I can start to do female things with it. Blow drying is good as it straightens it and I can curl it under or up slightly (very slightly as it’s still short). I can also ensure she uses various female hair products. Eventually I can get it done by a stylist in the way the nail lady does her nails. This is important for any girl.
As for dressing her hair, I can now put in clips with bows and flowers to hold back her fringe or just for a pretty look. This wasn’t possible before as her hair was too cropped. For the first time I’ve been able to put in a tiny pony tail, maybe just a couple of inches long but it’s a start. I’ve also been able to put in two very small pony tails at the side of her head using thin elastic bands.
I know it’s not perfect but I now realise that even if your partner has some male traits regarding hair, there are still options to make her much more feminised anyway. And if like me, you have to revert your husband to a male look for appearances sake outside the house, this allows for a much more feminised look for your girlie at all times.
Work with what you have. And there’s still the pretty wig for the home anyway.