How to be more feminine by changing up your body language
Body language is the quickest form of communication and largely influences how we are perceived by others. Nothing is more truthful than what our body language conveys. If the image of being a graceful lady is what you want to portray, adopting some of these habits will help you get there and complete your male to female transformation.
#1 Check yourself out
If you want to be more feminine by changing up your body language, you must be aware of your body language. Notice how you sit, how you stand, how you use you hands and legs, what you do while talking to someone. Another tip is close your eyes and visualize how you would stand and sit to feel feminine, confident and relaxed. See yourself move like that version of yourself. Then try it out.
#2 Sit more daintily
If you sit with your legs wide apart will not appear as feminine as those who tactfully cross their legs. If you want to look more feminine, try sitting with your legs crossed or knee closed with good posture. It can make your figure look more curvaceous. If you have larger thighs you might try crossing your legs at the ankles. Sit straight up and hold yourself with grace. But in a relaxed way, not in a too tense manner.
#3 Walking gracefully
The way we move says a lot about our gender. Men walk from the legs. Women walk from the hips. Lean back slightly and extend your hips forward and let your legs and feet follow. If you are wearing heels, be sure to point your toe forward slightly so that your heel and toes come down nearly simultaneously. Try to carry yourself with a bit more grace, head up, walk with intent, and show the world who’s boss.
#4 Improve your posture
Your posture says a lot about you, and it can even show how feminine or masculine you are. If you often find yourself slouching or spreading yourself out a lot, you could be giving off quite a masculine vibe. If you stand upright with proper posture, it will give you poise and make your body appear more feminine. By practicing good posture, you will "automatically" feel more secure, enthusiastic and authoritative, and will easily make a good and positive impression on others.
#5 Have eye contact
The eyes are the mirror of the soul. It is very important during the conversation to see your interlocutor in the eye, because you spread confidence, which is very attractive. People who don’t make eye contact appear insecure or as if they’re hiding something. If you are not used to keeping eye-contact it might feel a little hard or scary in the beginning but keep working on it and you’ll get used to it.
#6 Play with hair
Gestures are an important part of body language. Women tend to be more expressive with their gestures than men. They participate in conversations with a wide range of hand gestures, facial expressions, body position and movements. Note the gestures and facial expressions of the women around you and try to imitate how they move. Playing with hair is common feminine gesture. Practice these in the mirror until they look natural. If you don't want to, you don't have to twirl your hair.
Practicing in front of a mirror might seem silly but no one is watching you. This will give you good feedback on how you look to other people and give you an opportunity to practise a bit before going out the public.