Thread: Hey ANNA......
12-12-2005, 11:27 PM #1
Here I am posted above..
This is my most recent pic since my post-operation
What do you think?
Do you think I could "ruffle your feathers"?
12-13-2005, 12:29 AM #2
oh I cant wait to read this one......
12-13-2005, 05:43 AM #3
i think u could ruffle anyones feathers
12-13-2005, 07:50 AM #4
12-13-2005, 08:06 AM #5Originally Posted by bigrob33
12-13-2005, 02:20 PM #6
bump for anna's response!!
12-13-2005, 02:23 PM #7
ohh this is going to get ugly! i am out of here!!!
12-13-2005, 02:25 PM #8Originally Posted by Doc.Sust
12-13-2005, 02:29 PM #9
Anna has yet another stalker..The answer to your every question
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12-13-2005, 06:52 PM #10
Where's my prince(ss)?
12-15-2005, 12:09 AM #11
What will it be pumpkin?
12-15-2005, 12:18 AM #12
hows the sweaty underwear biz goin?
12-15-2005, 12:30 AM #13Originally Posted by kloter1
Hey Rob...are guys still buying your undies tru ebay?
12-15-2005, 12:34 AM #14Originally Posted by Narkissos
I sell them!!
I havent sold any undergarments or socks in a while...the last shit i sold was a batch of sweaty gym shirts that sold like hotcakes.
I havent been on Ebay sinc eiv been busy with school...but I got a whole wad of Abercrombie shirts that are becoming to small for me....gonna wear em to the gym for a few sessions then its Go-time...
12-15-2005, 12:40 AM #15
Dammit i need to get in on that..
PM me the details.
12-15-2005, 09:38 AM #16Originally Posted by bigrob33
12-15-2005, 11:24 AM #17
That is just GROSS!!!!!!!
Look, first, you have to shave close, against the grain, okay? Use a mach 3 or something like that. And I do hope you moisturize every night, and wash your face really good at least once a day. You have to keep those dead skin cells from accumulating.
BEFORE applying foundation, lightly stipple a bright orange shade of lipstick all over the beard area. LIGHTLY. Blend in well with your fingers, from the edges toward the center. The orange neutralizes the blue of your beard shadow, see? This is a cheap alternative to expensive beard concealers and it works better. Remember, this goes on first, underneath the foundation.
Next comes foundation. I highly recommend Max Factor Pan Stick. It is a bit expensive, but covergirl just doesn't cover boy like panstick. smear it on good. Close your eyes and get the lids too. All the cracks and crevices of your face. Let the girl at the cosmetics counter pick out your shade, and also your powder. You have to get this right, or you will look hideous. Smooth the foundation with your fingertips, packing it into your pores. A man's skin is coarser, with bigger pores. This minimizes them and smooths the skin. Apply loose powder. Save your compact for your purse. Mash that powder into the foundation really hard. This sets the foundation. Don't brush it off yet.
Assuming you have already plucked and trimmed your brows, brish the powder from the brow area and apply pencil. Experiment with placing the arch further inward or outward. Don't do the teensy little narrow eyebrows... they make you look like a real bimbo, and you will get read everywhere you go.
Next, the eyes. Brush the loose powder away from the eye area. Loose powder protects the rest of the face from your goofs, so only brush off the area you are working on. Eyeliner is first, top and bottom lids. Bring it outward in a seductive arch. Next, eye shadow. A book can be written on applying eye shadow for different effects and different facial types, so best to just get a chick to do your eyes the first time. If you go it alone, remember, with foundation, more is more. With blush and eyeliner, less is more. With mascara and lipstick, just go crazy. Anyway, blend from lighter areas to darker areas with a small soft brush. (you should have an assortment of different brushes) Speaking of mascara, apply from both above and underneath the lashes. Finish with a stroke underneath the upper lashes, and above the lower ones, unless your lashes need more curl, then do the opposite. Be careful not to drop glops of mascare on your face. If you do, carefully remove it with tissue. Hopefully, the loose powder prevented it from sticking.
Next, brush off your cheeks, chin and jaw, and with a darkish blush, sweep from the apple of the cheekbone inward and slightly downward with a single stroke. Then blend downward. Minimize the edge of the jawline and point of the chin with the same dark blush. Blend downward first, then lightly upward. Take a lighter blush and apply over the darker, covering a wider area, If your nose needs to be pulled back, hit the front of the nose. If your nose is too small, hit the sides.
Your lipliner should be only slightly darker than your lipstick. Really dark lipliner looks really trashy and valley girlish. Stay conservative with your colors. Remember, your lips suck, for women's lips. But you don't have to be satisfied with what you got... paint on the ones you want. The lips should become the center of attention. Lips say, "sex". Eyes just say, "communicate with me". Draw the edges of your upper lip high in the center, and accentuate the notch thingie under your nose with two pronounced points. Bring the liner in close toward the corner of the mouth. You want to minimize the width of the mouth. Go crazy on the lower lip, making it nice and round and full. Fill in with lipstick, using a small, flat, stiff brush rather than the lipstick itself. Get in the cracks really good. Blend the lipliner into the lipstick, working inward. Clamp your lips down on a tissue like you used to see your mama do. To set the lipstick, hit your lips with a transparent powder, lightly, pack it in with a disposable puff, being careful not to smear. Hit that with some clear lip gloss. Working on down, hit your adam's apple with your darkest blush, blend toward the middle. This pulls back your adam's apple and makes it less noticeable. Remember, lighter colors push features out. Darker colors pull features in. You are duplicating the effect that the light and shadow have on the facial features you wish you were born with. The same effect can be used for creating cleavage out of, well, nothing at all.
Take your biggest, fluffiest brush and gently brush all remaining loose powder from face, neck, and bosom. This is also an opportunity to do any last minute blending.
Cosmopolitan Virtual Makeover is an excellent program for choosing wig styles. Make up your face and take a pic, stick it in the program, and try on some virtual hairstyles. Yes, you can use cosmo to do virtual makeup as well, but it is awkward. Selecting a wig style is super easy, though.
If you did this right, you can go out early in the evening and still look ravishing in the morning when all the other tired old queens have long vanished into the night, on their "walk of shame" back to house or car. The biggest secret is the close shave, moisturizing and cleansing, and beard concealer.
No ruffled feathers, but lots of sympathy,
12-15-2005, 11:27 AM #18
u guys should hook up and take pics
12-15-2005, 11:45 AM #19Originally Posted by Mizfit
12-15-2005, 08:33 PM #20
12-15-2005, 08:40 PM #21
That was a large post annabolic...
12-15-2005, 11:02 PM #22
Should I quit school and my job to read that long ass post!!! LOL
Thanks for the tips Anna...I will make you proud and then we can get down n dirtty girl..
12-15-2005, 11:03 PM #23
Anna...do you have a woman's voice or a man's voice?
12-16-2005, 12:50 AM #24
Girl, I always use a femme voice, except when I am having a hard time getting a bartender's attention, then the baritone booms out and voila, I get service.
And yeah, let's see how you look with cosmetics properly applied, and decent nails and hair. Frankly, I would rather have a man just being a man, than a man in bad drag, any day.
12-16-2005, 12:53 AM #25Originally Posted by Anna Bollick
I mean, do you sound like any normal man trying to talk like a woman?
12-16-2005, 01:25 AM #26Originally Posted by bigrob33
12-16-2005, 09:59 AM #27
You are one interesting personn Anna
12-16-2005, 10:20 AM #28Banned
Originally Posted by bigrob33
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I find this 'lifeform' to be offensive to life itself...
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