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2 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

See? Not a great look for me. My head is just... wrong.

I think a pair of Bajoran earrings would work great with your look.

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, LaurenA said:

I think a pair of Bajoran earrings would work great with your look.

 

While cool, I'm going to be working with autistic kids. Not a good idea. 🙂

 

Hugs!

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3 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

I reverted back to my Gothic roots today and got called adorable the moment I walked into work. 
 

Your work crew is turning out to be so nice and supportive.  BTW, my wife loved your last outfit with the cardigan and said you looked very cute in it and she would totally wear that.  (she didn't see your latest pic) 

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Quick lunch break shopping at the designer consignment shop across the street resulted in some jewelry and two tops. I plan on wearing one of the top tomorrow and will post a pic but here's my first set of dangling earrings. Hand made glass with silver chains/threader. 

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LusciousTheLock

I like those :)  I love your necklace too!

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Elizabeth Star

Thanks @Bri2020, that’s means a lot. I really like those earrings. I’m currently struggling with trying to wear hoops, mask and telephone headset. It’s slightly amusing but mostly painful. 

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1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

Thanks @Bri2020, that’s means a lot. I really like those earrings. I’m currently struggling with trying to wear hoops, mask and telephone headset. It’s slightly amusing but mostly painful. 

I stopped with hoops. Masks just kept terrorizing them.  These work well because the "chain" is so long it pins them to my head and they still dangle right and don't get caught by the straps.  I was pleasantly surprised at how comfortable they are.

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Holly Elizabeth
1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

Thanks @Bri2020, that’s means a lot. I really like those earrings. I’m currently struggling with trying to wear hoops, mask and telephone headset. It’s slightly amusing but mostly painful. 

Elizabeth, I love hoops, but you're right, masks make them painful to wear. I'm a determined girl, I don't care how painful, I will always wear my hoops, masks or not. lol

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Sally Stone
11 hours ago, LusciousTheLock said:

Out of curiosity, am I in a minority for embracing the bald?  Back in my early 20's I had a lovely multi-coloured Mo-hawk and cried like a baby when a dying accident took my hair away (Of course, a tough man hid that from everyone). But when I first started dressing, I felt really fake. And wearing a wig seemed to make that worse. I love a hat though!

 

 

This is my work look, at home I'm full Punk.

 

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You look terrific.  With that angelic face bald works wonderfully on you.  I'm like Jackie, I have the wrong head for bald, among other things.

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LusciousTheLock

Wow! Thanks Sally. Angelic face?  Noone has ever said that about me before lol. Most of the family thinks I look evil haha. Now I just need to get back to the Laser hair removal when everything opens back up again her in the UK :(

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8 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

I reverted back to my Gothic roots today and got called adorable the moment I walked into work. 
 

 

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Yes you are

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Took this photo towards the end of a Zoom call this evening with some local Trans friends. We had all been drinking a bit more than we probably should, and as a consequence it was a great evening. Just waiting for the day when we can resume meeting in person.

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Elizabeth Star
5 hours ago, HollyNoel said:

Elizabeth, I love hoops, but you're right, masks make them painful to wear. I'm a determined girl, I don't care how painful, I will always wear my hoops, masks or not. lol

Me too. I just try to remember sometimes beauty is pain.

 

 

@NiamhI love your hair and am super jealous.

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

@NiamhI love your hair and am super jealous.

 

Honestly, so am I. I'm trying to find a hairstyle that works for my facial features, but it needs to be short and feminine for my new job. Short because I'll be dealing with autistic kids and don't need a handle. Feminine because, well, I'm me.

 

Does anybody have a suggestion?

 

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Holly Elizabeth

@Niamh I am in agreement with Elizabeth and Jackie, I absolutely love your hair. I wish I could pull of red like you can. So jealous!!!

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Emily michelle
2 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

 

Honestly, so am I. I'm trying to find a hairstyle that works for my facial features, but it needs to be short and feminine for my new job. Short because I'll be dealing with autistic kids and don't need a handle. Feminine because, well, I'm me.

 

Does anybody have a suggestion?

 

Hugs!

Have you thought about a short pixie or even a long pixie.

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Teri Anne

Luscious I like your look and there is nothing wrong with rocking a bald head at all.

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MisterJax

My new jeans with my old scarf. How is everyone?

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Jackie C.
11 hours ago, Emily michelle said:

Have you thought about a short pixie or even a long pixie.

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I was actually thinking something along those lines, but I'm nervous. Stupid COVID. I used to be able to try things on in the store, now I have to guess and it's damaging my calm. 😉

 

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Elizabeth Star
5 hours ago, MisterJax said:

My new jeans with my old scarf. How is everyone?

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I find your jeans very intriguing. Are they ruched at the the thigh or is that just the pattern? Also, what's on your scarf? My dark side thinks it's skulls.

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Elizabeth Star
1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

I was actually thinking something along those lines, but I'm nervous. Stupid COVID. I used to be able to try things on in the store, now I have to guess and it's damaging my calm. 

Do you have an old wig you could try cutting up? Could give you an idea of what it would look like. I can't see giving a wig a haircut being any more difficult than at home dentistry.

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

Do you have an old wig you could try cutting up? Could give you an idea of what it would look like. I can't see giving a wig a haircut being any more difficult than at home dentistry.

 

Not anything that's got the right bits to it. I'm told that's about the right difficulty level for synthetics though. All kinds of things could be in there that you didn't consider. Fortunately they're not super expensive. I'm just concerned about framing my face so I look nice.

 

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Emily michelle

I have a pixie right now and I like it but I’m still trying to grow it out. I’m planning on getting it highlighted next week. It would be nice to put mine in a ponytail to get it out of my way but that is because of my hard hat.

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MisterJax
2 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

I find your jeans very intriguing. Are they ruched at the the thigh or is that just the pattern? Also, what's on your scarf? My dark side thinks it's skulls.

Skulls it is

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