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    Which is more feminine and disguise perfectly?

    Which options do you think is best to look feminine, yet disguise the face very well from being recognised by friends when going out in public...or any combinations of the features.
    For example: winter hat, visible fringe, rimless glasses, sunglasses, thick eyeliner, earrings, thick eyebrows, showing cleavage, hiding Adam's apple, etc.
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    I would choose the one with sunglasses for trying to not be recognized.

    I have I little trick when going out. I do not wear my glasses. I don?t even bring them unless I am driving. I cannot see in the distance that well, but I found that it usually does not matter and makes me look quite different.

    Another thing is that with glasses removed it is easier to wear false eyelashes.

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    I agree sunglasses if disguise is the goal

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    I think the rimless glasses is most feminine. And who really cares about hiding! Highly overrated!
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    Having a good photo of you as a guy in hat would help. I would say, the rimless glasses, you see the earrings, and still see your long hair too.
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    Thick eyeliner--square glasses--sunglasses-- rimless in that order

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    My vote goes to picture #2 Thick eyeliner
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    Thick eyebrows are out. All too often, THAT is what makes a guy dressed like a girl LOOK like a guy dressed like a girl. Winged eyeliner looks good, but experiment on yourself if you want to line the lower lid too or not--- Sometimes, it's too much. use your lipstick to change your lip shape. It should be at least dark or contrasting enough to be visible, but don't get too "dramatic" or overdo it. A longer wig can be used to change the face shape, narrowing the face and neck. A ribbon or scarf can hide an Adam's apple. Create distractions, if you got great legs, or a narrow waist, flaunt them.

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    I think it depends more on your drab appearance.
    Do you wear glasses then and what style if you do. Then go drastically different in style.
    Do you wear hats in drab? Then go the opposite.
    Is your hair the same color? Change it or the length.

    All the choices are nice, but which is least similar to the you you don't wish to be recognized?
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    I am not sure about the disguise part. It seems to me that a combination of changes may make you less recognizable, rather than one thing. Certainly the eye liner, hair and body contours will impact your appearance. Whether friends will see past depends on the situation. Recognition is partly based on expectations in the moment.

    I would aim towards a combination that works in different settings. You won’t always be wearing a stocking cap or shades.
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    I think #2 looks the most different number 4 looks like you're trying to hide something. I think part of hiding wearing a disguise is not looking like you're hiding something number 2 looks more natural and also less like you. number 4 will get more scrutiny and questions raised just my opinion.

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    I think the rimless glasses is the one you look most feminine.
    The one with the sunglasses will probably hide who you are better.

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    I like the rimless glasses best.
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    Heavy eyeklner and square glasses (eyeliner)--get my vote.

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    If you don't speak, and otherwise comport yourself in a ladylike manner, you "disguise" will probably work with any of those glasses.
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    As I don't know what you look like in male mode it is hard to say. However, the sunglasses do hide your eyes.
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    The second picture.

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    While I agree with Karren, go all the way or not at all when dressing, here's my suggestions, Irene:

    The more make up the better as a disguise. And, lose the cap. A full wig completely changes your look and the shape of your face!
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    If I'm your friend, I would recognize you in all 4 of the iterations pretty easily, but the sunglasses option would be the most disguising of what you posted. The rounder glasses and sunglasses are definitely more feminine looking than the rectangular ones.

    Winter bundling (scarf, hat, big coat), along with non-typical clothing for your public self (femme if you typically present male) might keep distant acquaintances from immediately recognizing you, but people who know you well probably won't be fooled unless you're rushing past them and they're occupied with something else. That said, if I ran into a male friend/acquaintance while they're dressed in women's clothing (and I didn't know they were publicly out), I'd probably pretend not to recognize them, assuming that they preferred not being recognized.

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    I really wanted to make a superman reference but it was just too snarky.

    I agree with Cheryl T, go with the opposite of your drab look.

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    I think number 2 is the one to go with.

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    #2 for me.But I also agree with Doc, no hat.

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    hi,
    "thick eyeliner" is most feminine; sunglasses is the best disguise which would be an even better disguise if you add a Covid mask,
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    I would go with sunglasses and no cap. That said, I'd get a pair of 100% feminine sunglasses. The pair Heather has have a 6-sided frame around each lens.
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    #1 sunglasses then the thick eyeliner WOW

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