Frequently Asked Questions


Do you provide Boy to Girl Transformation makeovers?

No, we don’t provide them, but we can help you find a Makeover studio where you can do that, just let us know your location and budget and we can help you out!

How can I send my Boy to Girl photo to showcase?

You can simply to go our contact page and send it there, or go to our Facebook page and send it in a message as an attachment. Be aware that the photo must be classy (avoid too sexy photo) we always check and evaluate what we can publish for our visitors. Also as we receive so many submission every day, be aware that there may be a queue, so please be patient!

How to search for products?

Search for products by entering the product name or keyword into the Search Bar at the bottom of any page. Try to enter a general description. The more keywords you use, the fewer products you will get on the results page. When you find a product you’re interested in, simply click the product name or the product image for more details. If you want to suggest a product feel free to contact us!

Are shoes/high heels in men’s or woman sizes?

They are in woman sizes, also double check your foot length to be sure about your size:


How to measure my bra size?

Step 1: Measure your band size
Standing in front of a mirror, wrap a tape measure snugly around your chest, just under or at the crease beneath your breasts and flush against your back. Look in the mirror to make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor and flat across your back. Take this measurement in inches and write it down. You’ll need to do a little basic math to find your proper band size.
If the number is even, add 4 to get your band size If the number is odd, add 5 to get your band size.
Example: If you measured 30, add 4 so your band size will be 34. If you measured 31, add 5 so your band size will be 36
Step 2: Measure your cup size
Now, standing in front of the mirror as before, wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your breasts (at the nipple). The tape measure should be straight, parallel to the floor and flat across your back. Take this measurement in inches and write it down. Take this number and subtract your band size measurement from it. The difference will tell you what your cup size is, based on the following chart.
Example: If your Band measurement is 34, and your new measurement, from the fullest part of your breast is 36, the difference is 2, and your cup size is “B”.

You’re done! Your band size, along with the cup size determined from the chart is your new bra size. Based on the example above, if your band measurement was 34 and your cup measurement was 36 – you would be a 36 B.