I do have a thing about hair. For Alice and feminised males in general it’s all the wrong way round. They have bodies which need lots of hair removed and a head where there isn’t enough! It’s just not fair.
Alice isn’t very hairy, luckily, so her bodily shaving routine isn’t the most difficult. In fact she has hardly any under her arms naturally so it’s a nice simple job for her. So this is all good.
The problem is I want her to have a beautiful head of feminine hair which can be styled in a very pretty feminine style. It’s not possible though. So of course she has to wear a wig. The problem with wigs is that you can’t do a whole lot with them. They just sit there on her head. What I’d really like to do is to be able to style it, put it in pony tails, tie ribbons in it, put curlers in and take her to the hairdressers and all that stuff. It’s so frustrating.
I prefer Alice to have just one wig so that this is her girl style. I wouldn’t like her to have different colours and so on as this highlights the fact it’s a wig and I want her to be a normal girl rather than a sissy. Well, as normal as she can be in the circumstances and within my rules.
At the weekend I decided that it was time for a change though. I think the colour suits her but in truth, it was too long for a fifty-something girl as you can see in the photo. So I made her sit down on a chair and I decided I’d do a make-over. After brushing it through, I cut it. I wasn’t sure what would happen but it worked beautifully.
I gave her a nice feminine fringe to below her eyebrows and a cut to just over the shoulders. It looks lovely. It was an hour or so of female grooming and I realised what a great time I could have it it had been real hair.Never mind it was fun while it lasted.
Unfortunately I haven’t taken a photo yet as I’m having problems with my old digital camera. I don’t like to use my phone camera in case I send a dodgy photo of Alice to someone in the family by accident. I know I’d like everyone to know but I’m sure they wouldn’t want to see a photo of her triangular shaved pubes and pussy. Of course the original photo doesn’t have the rose for discretion. However, it’s a reminder that even body hair can be made to look cute and feminine as you can see.
I think the moral of this post is that we dominant women can (and should) turn our partners into girls but we must accept we are always going to have to live with some of the frustrations brought about because of their former gender. One of the many many reasons we turn our husbands into girls is to have a girlfriend to discuss female things with. Regarding hair, I can’t really do that so we just have to make the most of what we have and accept that even a bewigged girl as a housemaid is so much better than having a masculine husband.