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Wake-Up to Makeup: Trans Beauty Secrets

Part 2: Roll Calls for Eyeballs – Perfect Eyes for a Perfect You

“Falling with grace into the perfect Trans Makeup with Louise Honey”

Eyes. The windows of the soul, the intellect, the will, are all found in your eyes. And also, if you are as cack-handed as I was when I first started putting on the slap, a great indicator that you can do so much better with your eye makeup.

It’s the first place I look at when meeting a Transwoman; has she gone smokey-eye? Perhaps more natural? How about that eyeliner – has it dried like the Sahara, or as moist as a rare oasis?

When we get it right, we look (and feel) astonishingly invulnerable… yet wonderfully feminine too. If you’re reading this, there’s a fair chance you’re already acquainted with the basics. So let’s move forward. Perhaps Auntie Louise’s eye tips can progress our makeup to resemble the stunning Super-Model that we all know we really are…

#1 Get the Shape Right

You can’t have it all; that was a hard makeup lesson to learn. I have a deepset, protruding, and upturned set of eyes. That means not every look will work for me, and you will be the same too. Smokey eyes will work great for me, but a flatter, monolid natural style probably wouldn’t; my eyes lack a good brow-lift to get me off to a good start. I’m so much more Julianne Moore when it comes to eyes and less Angelina Jolie. Check out the so-simple-it-should- be-on-Sesame-Street eye-shape definitions on the wonderful beautylish. com. Once you’ve got your shape nailed, it helps you zero-in on your perfect look.

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This issue features transsexual supermodel Sasha Rochelle on the cover if you thought the cover photo was gorgeous wait until you see the rest of Sasha's amazing photos inside. We include a photo feature on Transliving Bournemouth Weekend PLUS a feature on the official launch of the monthly Celebration of Gender Diversity club night. We are thrilled to welcome experienced trans therapist Madison to the editorial team, where each issue Madison will answer all your questions and concerns via her Trans Therapist column. Help & Advice features on passing and presentation in public, along with all the latest fashion and makeup trends with Louise Honey. Nina Jay's World of Kink talks about fantasy wrestling and some amazing photos of Nina in the wrestling ring are included. We also hear from two readers who talk openly about being trans and living with Autism and Aspergers. Jasmine talks about her love of 'a different style of dressing' and being proud to be called 'only a transvestite' and how she feels she faces discrimination from within the trans community. You’ll also, of course, find plenty of other articles to keep you up-to-date on issues affecting the gender diverse and trans community with hard-hitting comment and opinion as well as our personal contact ads and extensive scene guide keeping you up to date with what's going on and coming up on the trans calendar. Dive into your new-look Transliving now and join us on the celebration of Gender Diversity.