Read a bit on hormone replacement therapy.
It pretty much will do this way before or right when I get changed I believe...
-no facial hair
-generally overall lighter voice
-development of breats 0_0
* Pelvis: The pelvis in females tends to be wider than in males and tilted forward; the pelvis in males tends to be more circular and tilted upwards.
* Head: Females tend to have smaller heads than males of the same height.
* Brow: Males tend to develop heavier bony brows than females.
* Nose: The tips of the nasal bones tend to grow more in males than females, creating a larger (longer or wider) nose.
* Jaw: The jaw in males tends to grow wider and more deeply sculptured than in females.
* Larynx: At puberty, the bones and cartilage of the voicebox tend to enlarge less in females than males. In some males, the larynx becomes visible as a bony "adam's apple."
adam's apple can't be destroyed during sex change strangly
* Lips: Females tend to have thicker, fleshier lips than males of the same size.
OVERALL CHANGES SEEN
For transwomen, taking estrogens causes among other changes:
* the growth of breasts, with concomitant enlargement of the nipples, and
* redistribution of body fat.
* thinning of skin.
For male-to-female transgendered people, HRT often includes antiandrogens in addition to the estrogens and progestogens mentioned above.
HRT does not usually cause facial hair growth to be impeded or the voice to change.
* breast development,
* enlarged nipples and areolae
* stretch marks (for some)
* decreased libido,
* redistribution of body fat,
* reduced muscle development,
* various skin changes,
* significantly reduced body hair
* change in body odor and sweat production,
* less prominence of veins,
* ocular changes,
* gonadal size
Psycological change is a little different I think if I'm right from what I'm reading..