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Giselle by Candlelight

16 Oct
Giselle by Candlelight

Giselle and I love relaxing on our front porch in Cabin John, Maryland. Here Giselle is lit by candlelight.

Book your relaxing girl time at my Maryland makeup and photography studio located near Bethesda in Montgomery County. I offer makeup artistry, photography, male-to-female transformations, a full wardrobe, personal shopping, feminine coaching, and more. View my full list of services here.

Photos by Elizabeth Anne Taylor
Makeup by Giselle

Giselle by Candlelight 1

Giselle describes her look as “suburban housewife.” Here she pairs a Ralph Lauren duster with a blouse and jeans from NYDJ.

Giselle with Wine Glass

There’s nothing quite like a glass of Pinot Noir on the front porch to cap off the night.

Giselle and I love good wine with good friends.

Giselle portrait

A close-up portrait of Giselle

Dream Girl

My dreamy girl, Giselle

 
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Posted by on October 16, 2017 in Images, Makeover Studio

 

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4 responses to “Giselle by Candlelight

  1. Rickey

    January 6, 2018 at 2:56 pm

    Elizabeth: I have a friend who would like to come in for a session. Just curious, if she comes in for the basic makeover, how does that work? After you do her makeup, how long can she stay in the studio?

    Rickey in Baltimore

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    • Elizabeth Taylor

      January 6, 2018 at 5:13 pm

      Hi Rickey, If she’d like to hang out in the studio en femme, then she may prefer a Total Makeover with photoshoot. With the 3-hr package, she would be totally made up for about 45 minutes. With the makeup makeover, clients may change here with their own clothes but typically depart shortly after makeup completion and maybe a couple of cell phone snaps. I allow 90-120 minutes for a makeup makeover including changing time before/after. I hope that helps! ~Beth

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  2. Lynn Anderson

    November 13, 2017 at 9:45 am

    Reblogged this on Lynn's Beauty Makeovers.

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  3. Vicki Lilian

    October 16, 2017 at 10:48 pm

    lovely, lovely, lovely!

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