Specific Improvements

Literally being a girl takes no effort.  As a transgender girl, every morning that you wake up, you’re a girl already because your brain is female and that’s what best defines you.

However, as you wander about and observe other females, you’ll notice that:

  • Many seem to not care much about how good they look
  • A few look good and
  • A very few look magnificent.

I’m working on being in the latter group. I’m amazed at how much progress I could make with enough money and dedicated effort.

Being a pretty girl takes a lot more than genetics.  Now that I know that, I make a point of complimenting other pretty girls because I now understand how much of their looks are a result of effort and expense.

Here are the aspects I can comment on from personal experience:

  • Teeth
    • Invisalign
    • Caps
    • Veneers
    • Breath
    • Gums
  • Face
    • Brow
    • Eyebrows
    • Eyelashes
    • Eyes
    • Eyelids
    • Under-eye area
    • Cheeks
    • Nose
    • Ears
    • Facial hair
    • Lips
    • Jaw
    • Chin
  • Body
    • Neck
    • Throat
    • Chest
    • Breasts
    • Shoulders
    • Arms
    • Hands
    • Stomach
    • Butt
    • Private parts
    • Back
    • Hips
    • Legs
    • Heels
    • Feet
  • Hair
    • Hairline
    • Length
    • Straightness
    • Color
    • Hygiene
    • Scalp
    • Temples
    • Alternatives
  • Skin
    • Face
    • Neck
    • Body
    • Scars
    • Moles
    • Warts
    • Blemishes
    • Body hair
  • Nails
    • Length
    • Health
    • Hygiene
    • Colors
    • Alternatives
  • Talking
    • Aspects
    • Coaching
    • Practice
    • Real-life tests
    • Privacy
    • Transitioning
  • Singing
    • Purpose
    • Benefits
    • Privacy
    • Transitioning
  • Dancing
    • Hips
    • Repetition
    • Muscle memory
    • Shoes
    • Clubs
  • Walking
    • Poise
    • Balance
    • Shoes
    • Turning
    • Stairs
  • Jewelry
    • Earrings
    • Bangles
    • Necklaces
    • Waist jewelry
    • Piercings
  • Clothes
    • Style
    • Thongs
    • Bras
    • Dresses
    • Stockings
    • Lingerie
    • Androgynous clothing
    • Business clothing
    • Quality
    • Brands
    • Fit
  • Shoes
    • Types
    • Heels
    • Sizes
    • Damage
    • Practice
    • Risks
  • Stockings
    • Types
    • Colors
    • Damage
  • Making money
    • Sexily
    • Not sexily
  • Spending money
    • On transitioning
    • Generally
  • Self-defense
    • Attitude
    • Unarmed
    • Armed
  • Safety
    • Cynicism
    • Emotional pain
    • Violence
  • Traveling
    • Driving
    • Flying
    • Hotels
    • Geography
  • Learning
    • Concepts
    • Polemics
  • Speaking out
    • Candor
    • Benevolence
    • Audience
  • Coming out
    • Generally
    • To a romantic partner
    • To family
    • At work
    • To friends
  • Friends
    • Transgender friendly
    • Transgender un-friendly
    • Homophobic
    • Pre-transition
    • Post-transition
    • Transgender
  • Family
    • Ongoing dynamic
    • Dress code
    • Speech
    • Events
  • Sexuality (PG stuff)
    • Whom you’re attracted to
    • Who is attracted to you
    • Relationships
    • Non-relationships
  • Fun (G-rated)
    • Being out and about
    • Choosing friendly areas
    • Choosing friendly things
    • Fostering a positive dynamic
    • Avoiding negativity
  • Identity and legal issues
    • Public bathrooms
    • Your new name
    • Your driver’s license
    • Your legal mental health status
    • Your email address
    • Pronouns

I’m assuming on this blog that you’re an intelligent human being and you hate being lectured, so I’m gonna try to not tell you what to do but just what I do and why. If you like that, feel free to follow along.

For example, I personally dislike flossing.  I don’t know why and I’ve stopped trying to guess or figure out why. I just dislike it.  And yet, nowadays, I do floss.  What made me decide to do it, I’m OK with writing about.  I’m not OK with telling you “you should floss” or even “you should floss and here’s why.”

Do whatever you want, as long as you’re within your rights.  Actions have consequences. That’s what guides me.

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