My current focus for my feminised husband Alice is her hair and breast growth. I’ve been pleasently surprised at the effect of making her grow her hair longer. It’s always been a source of frustration that she had a short male style which meant that a wig was necessary. Better than nothing but not perfect of course.
It’s the same situation with breasts. Falsies are nice but not the real thing. So with the exercise and suction work on her chests going well I’ve turned my attention to Alice’s hair.
A pretty girly husband needs pretty hair
I’ve complained many times that Alice has the common male problem of thinning hair. Not a problem I guess if the male doesn’t recognise that he should be feminine but in Alice’s case it’s a big problem for me. In fact it meant I had allowed her to keep a short male style for the past few years. This is not ideal.
I thought about this alot and realised that thinning (not bald) hair is not the end of the world. Much of the feminininity around hair is the care and attention we give our hair as women as well as the longer feminine style. With that in mind I’ve made Alice grow her hair. A previous post showed some photos. There is still some way to go but we’re on the tright track.
What having longer hair means is that she now has to style it. I get her to curl the ends outwards, blow dry, use styling serums, hairsprays. I’ve bought her a round styling brush for it. Many females of a certain age dye their hair and Alice is no different. She has greying hair as she’s middle aged. However, I now make her dye it a nice silver shade.
A visit to the hairdresser
An obvious problem with Alice growing her hair is that as it grows out it becomes untidy and needs a bit of a tidy up. So on Saturday I took her to the hairdresser. Not one that I use but one that she used to use for a male cut. The hairdresser is a unisex one and the stylists are female. Since Alice goes out as a male still, this was our best option. Plus the lady there knows Alice as a regular.
I think it’s a nice idea to accompany her to the hairdresser as a way of maintaining oversight of everything. She had her instructions to give to the hairdresser: do not cut the length short but tidy it up and style it better.
Alice did as she was told with no complaint or problem. She is becoming more compliant lately. The haridresser commented on how long it had become. In the past she had been fairly stoney faced but her face now was smiling. She was happy to work with longer hair and to give it some style. She also noted the new colour nshade and that it had been dyed and told Alice it was very attractive. I wanted to come in with a comment like, yes it’s very pretty but I held my tongue to let things play out. They both discussed hair colouring and the lady said how nice it was that Alice looked after himself and his hair. I wanted to correct her but held my tongue again.
The stylist also mentioned that Alice’s hair had become curly and noted the curls at the back. She saidf that a serum might be nice and put it through Alice’s hair, styling with her fingers. She didn’t flatten the curls but sort of fluffed them out, all the time with a huge grin on her face. Another stylist joined in the conversation suggesting the best serums and hair dyes. I sat back watching the girls chatting about hair products. Alice mentioned that all the products they were suggesting were for women. One of the ladies said that was good wasn’t it?
As the stylist finished she said that Alice should grow it more, that it would look very nice much longer.
This all led me to thinking that although not many women would necesarily actively force feminise their huisbands and partners as I have done, many women do seem to like the idea. The ladies in the hair salon were not too overt but they were clearly enjoying themselves with a feminine male with a more feminised hairstyle, curls and dye.
The benefits of feminised hair
So four things have come out of making Alice grow her hair.
Firstly a more feminine style helps to soften and feminise her face at all times, not just when she is wearing a wig.
Secondly it removes one more male feature: the short male hairstyle. This has to be a very positive thing. Eventually ALice wil only have one male fetaure left. That wil remain of course.
Thirdly I have added another element of feminine beauty care regimes to Alice’s schedule, namely hair dye and other hair products. I want to add hair straighteners and dryers to the female products she owns and uses.
Finally it was a great step to take her to a hair salon where she was exposed for the first time to some proper styling and hair care. Not just a short cut and some wax. Plus the bonus of two females who seemed to enjoy the situation. This is a first step towards more in-depth feminine hair styling once Alice’s hair grows more. The first step is always the most difficult and this was a tiny one, but significant all the same.
I still need a solution for the thinning top but while I think about that what’s next? – the nail salon?