Tuesday, June 16, 2020

You’ll wonder where the yellow went

In past posts, I complained about photos of femulators not smiling. You are beautiful women and you should be happy about it, so smile, smile, smile.

I listen to my own advice and smile whenever I am photographed. The only bad part about smiling is that my teeth are yellow. I never smoked, so I assume they are yellow from the beverages I have been drinking the past 69 years, especially coffee, which I consume in at least two big doses everyday.

In March, my daughter birthday gifted me with Crest 3D White Whitestrips. I took the hint and used the strips as prescribed – 30 minutes per day for 5 days and 60 minutes for 1 day.

After 7 days, I was amazed! My teeth were no longer yellow; they were now as white as the new fallen snow.

Three months later, my teeth still look white. Maybe not as white as on Day 7, but a heck of lot whiter than they were on Day 0. (The accompanying photo was taken two months after the white strip application.)

Crest recommends repeating the treatment every six months and I will do so when the time comes.

Every little bit helps and snow white teeth are certainly a welcome addition to my feminine visage.

Source: Madeleine
Wearing Madeleine

Jaloo femulating in the 2018 Brazilian film Paradise Lost (Paraíso Perdido).
You can view the film’s trailer on YouTube.


  1. AnonymousJune 16, 2020

    But.... Did they taste YUCKY?

    1. Don’t recall a yucky taste. In fact, I don’t recall any taste.

  2. I hope that we all can see you tonight in person on the Zoom workshop for your presentation...
    Confidence: A Crossdresser's Best Friend

    The goal of this workshop is to teach male-to-female crossdressers how to build their confidence so they can move among "civilians" as the females they present as.

    We only have room for a 100 people on the Zoom meeting so get there early!

  3. 2 points -- 1) I have always wondered about the white strips, but now I have a report from a trusted source. Thanks

    B) I would love to attend, but 5 PM EDT is 2 PM PDT, and I am in the middle of my work day. ~~sigh~~ Maybe next time.