Monday, August 20, 2018


Last week, I bought two items that I hope will improve femulating.

Verfanny Magnetic Eyelashes

After years of applying glue-on false eyelashes unsuccessfully, magnetic false eyelashes are a miracle! Put one magnetic eyelash strip over your natural eyelashes, then position the second magnetic eyelash strip under your natural eyelashes and as you do, the magnets in the eyelashes attract each other and snap together. No glue, no muss, no mess!

The set I purchased includes two sets of lashes: one for a subtle look and a second for a fuller glamorous look.

Philips Norelco Bodygroomer

I already own an electric razor and a back hair shaver. I use the electric razor to shave all the body parts I can reach and the back hair shaver for the area of my back that I cannot reach with the electric razor. They both do an adequate job, but I could not resist purchasing the bodygroomer because it was an Amazon Deal of the Day and by applying my Amazon Prime Rewards points, it cost only $11.43!

Whereas my electric razor is intended to shave my beard, the bodygroomer is intended to save my body hair, so it does a better job body hair-wise than my electric razor. It is also easier to use than my back hair shaver because the bodygroomer's back attachment provides a more solid feel for navigating it around my back, whereas the back hair shaver is lightweight and navigating my back with it can be adventurous. The bodygroomer also provides a smoother and more thorough shave than the back hair shaver.  

Source: Madeleine
Wearing Madeleine (Source: Madeleine)

Ivory Marshette
Ivory Marshette, professional femulator, circa 1983


  1. I bought a bodygroomer a few years ago. I like it a lot but I got it, alas, before the back attachment was available.

  2. Hi Stana,
    Interested to hear a review of those magnetic eyelashes. I've been quite curious and have seen them on sale for a reduced price at WalMart, so wonder if they are not all they are chalked up to be? Inquiring minds want to know!

  3. Hi Stana,
    I am in the same predicament as Heather. Any alternative to glue on lashes would be an improvement. However, I have read reviews saying you need long(er) lashes to begin with to make them work. For short stubby lashes like mine, there is not enough lash projection to make them stay on.
    Your advice is most welcome.
    Gendre Amore

  4. Janet YbarraAugust 20, 2018

    I've been thinking about buying (advertised and available via TV) one of those "flawless" eyebrow stylers/groomers.

    Has anyone invested/looked into whether they work as advertised?

    In terms of facial and body hair removal, on advice of a friend invested in a Tria at-home laser system.

    I'm in the midst of my treatments and it is noticably reducing facial hair, which is where I am working on first.

  5. Hi Stana,

    Please give us a review when you get the chance - inquiring minds want to know!
    Hugs, Tanit