How do I book an appointment?
Check out my schedule in real-time, and book your appointment online at http://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com. Once you book online, you’ll receive an e-mail with my exact address and further details. You’ll get a reminder e-mail 1 to 2 days before your appointment. Feel free to ask me questions by email at email@example.com. Click Schedule Appointment to book:
What services do you offer?
Check out my makeover menu to learn more about my makeup lessons, makeovers, total transformations, fantasy feminization experience, feminine deportment training, shopping, outings, and photography services.
Why do you require a deposit?
My time is valuable, and I have far fewer appointment cancellations when I have a deposit. The deposit is non-refundable, but you may reschedule using the same deposit as long as you give me a heads up at least 24 hours before your appointment (48 hours for fantasy sessions). 48 hours notice or more is preferred so I have the option to book someone else in your time slot.
How far in advance do I need to book?
I accept bookings up to 24 hours in advance but prefer a week’s notice. Sometimes my schedule is booked out three weeks or more in advance and thus you would need to book a month in advance to get the date and time you’re looking for. Fridays and Saturdays routinely book up weeks in advance. For special events such as Keystone Conference, I suggest booking as soon as you know you will be attending as I booked up three months in advance for Keystone 2015 and am 2/3 booked for Keystone 2016 as of March 2015. I am 95% booked for Keystone 2018 as of March 2017 with one Wednesday appointment remaining. I’m now fully booked for Keystone 2018 with a waitlist. I’d love to meet you at my vendor booths at Keystone.
What are my options for a deposit?
PayPal is the default method for making your deposit when you book online. If you’re not comfortable with making a deposit by PayPal on my booking website, you can book with a money order via postal mail. To book with a money order, please confirm appointment availability online & with me and then send the USPS money order with tracking info to
Where are you located, and how do I get there?
I operate out of my home studio in Cabin John, MD, near MacArthur Blvd at Tomlinson Ave. Since this is my home, please don’t stop by without an appointment. Free, unlimited street parking is available, and I have secure, indoor bicycle parking. Cabin John is located about 4.5 miles from the Metro Red Line stop at Bethesda Station and 1.1 miles from the Rt. 29 Glen Echo bus stop. I suggest using a bicycle, Uber, Lyft, or a taxi service if you won’t be driving a car.
What are your hours?
For my current hours and real-time availability, visit my booking website at http://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com. My hours change throughout the year.
I’m nervous about my identity being revealed. How can I ensure my privacy?
I am very private about my clients’ identities and do not disclose your personal information. If you arrive closeted and want to stay that way, then I want you to leave just as closeted. You keep all original photos from your session as provided on an SD card, and I keep none unless you decide to give some to me or have selected the Photo Editing add-on. I’m very thorough with makeup removal. You may further limit your exposure by taking advantage of my deposit via USPS money order and snail mail–just include a note with your girl name and appointment date and time.
How did you get interested in the trans-women community? Why did you start your makeover business?
That’s a long and fun story and best shared one-on-one! Here’s the short version: I had a friend come out to me as a crossdresser, and it was hot! I fully transformed him into her and took her out for Halloween for her for her first time out as a girl ever! I was hooked and sought out CD/TG women wherever I went. After seeing the photos of my friend’s transformation, people started asking me to do their makeup, dressing, MtF transformations, and photos so I started my makeover business to meet the market demand signal. I absolutely love it!
I want to know more about you. What did you do before you started working with transgender women?
Oh, okay. That’s not nearly so much fun as what I do now. But since you asked, here’s a short professional bio. And here’s my LinkedIn profile if you’re really wanting to learn about my work experience.
Commissioned in October 2001, Elizabeth Taylor served eleven years in the US Navy after earning her B.S. in Chemistry and Mathematics. She separated honorably as a Lieutenant from active duty in January 2013. During her four years at Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Charleston, SC, she taught hundreds of students the theoretical principles of nuclear-powered propulsion, preparing them for prototype and the fleet. She completed a M.S. in Human Systems Integration and Joint Professional Military Education, Phase 1, at Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. As a Human Resources Officer, she managed the administration and training of thousands of Navy Drilling Reservists for two years at Navy Operational Support Center Norfolk and hundreds of Drilling Army Reservists at a DoD agency in Washington, DC. In 2012, she graduated from Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) and managed the Military Equal Opportunity Management program while embedded with the civilian Equal Opportunity program. Her personal awards include a Navy Commendation Medal and a Navy Achievement Medal.
Shortly after leaving active duty, Elizabeth started her makeover and photography business catering to transgender women. She self-studied makeup artistry online at the Robert Jones Beauty Academy and through hands-on experience. She used the Post-9/11 GI Bill to earn her A.A.S in Photography and Media in December 2015. She is a Level 1 Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers, a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) through the Society of Wine Educators, and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Can we get back to girl talk already?