Flickr legend Stacie Stevens shows off her latest makeover and photoshoot with Elizabeth Taylor. Check out my makeover menu and book online at https://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com
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Introducing Gina! Gina wears a mauve dress with beige wedge sandals paired with a pale pink purse. Makeup and photography by Elizabeth Anne Taylor. Wardrobing by Gina.
Book your makeover and photoshoot with me at https://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com
I am located in Takoma Park, Maryland adjacent to Washington, DC. I offer a private, discreet setting for male-to-female transformations, makeup artistry, and photography in my home studio.
This is the first time we have hosted a Prom Night and we know that the theme resonates on many levels. Clearly, proms offer a fantastic fashion platform for all of us to explore and revel in. Rather than recycling old Halloween cliches (been there, done that), we wanted this season’s soiree to combine the best of 20th Century traditions and 21st Century sensibilities.
Prom Night lets us focus on our inherent femininity inside and out, the passions of youth, the desire for elegance, and dreams of romance. As adults we can and do fully appreciate such things but constraints may not have permitted us to enjoy our prom as we would have liked. Ah—but now we can create memories and do Prom Night the way it should have been—with all the joys of strutting your feminine side.
We are kicking off the evening with a hosted happy hour especially for new girls in Elizabeth (Beth) Taylor’s hotel room. Sip complimentary wine, ask any last-minute questions, get a final zip-up of that dress, and make sure you’re all set for your first soiree. We would love for experienced girls to join our happy hour and help our new girls feel confident.
We will enjoy our Prom Night Dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. followed by our Prom Soiree ’til the bar closes around midnight. Our own Monica Miller will be our in-house DJ, piping tunes through the bar’s sounds system.
Crash at the hotel to make your life easier. Be sure to book using our group rate of $99/night by calling Brittany (or Zak) directly at 240.235.1663. Tell her you are part of the “DC Regional Trans Ladies” and she will give you the rate. If the rate drops later, you’ll get the lower rate. If you are members of Hilton Honors, AAA, or AARP, you can get potentially get discounts for those if you choose to book online instead of using the group rate.
The Doubletree Hotel staff are eager to host us and build on our successes from our Summer in the City Soiree.
At our signature soirees, we invite trans-women, their partners, and friends socialize, network, and relax. We encourage new girls to come out to help boost their confidence and garner tips from those more experienced. And of course, we love having our regulars come out too!
If you’re not feeling ready for girl mode in public, you are still welcome to attend in guy mode. Upon arrival, introduce yourself as a member to the hosts, and we will welcome you warmly. Please consider joining us at the Pre-Soiree Prom Dinner in the hotel’s dining room. It is an opportunity to sit with your sisters and get to know them.
If you’re looking to get your Soiree makeup professionally applied, our very own Elizabeth Taylor (Beth) will be offering makeup makeovers at her room in the hotel (http://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com). She is now booked for this event. Other makeover artists are listed on our Meetup’s discussion board.
Guest photographer Matt Anderson will be taking event photos during dinner and the Soiree. Matt will also be available for a limited number of private, 20-minute mini-shoots in Beth’s room for an additional fee. Check out his work at http://www.dvj.photography/ He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and 301-661-2291. Or you can contact Beth to arrange/ask any questions.
We look forward to seeing you all at Prom Night: A Soiree to Remember!
Michelle, Monica, Suzanne, and Beth
RSVP for each Prom Night Soiree event here:
Hosted happy hour especially for new girls in Elizabeth (Beth) Taylor’s hotel room
Pre-Soiree Prom Dinner
Prom Night: A Soiree to Remember
Roxanne Miller loves classic rock so much that she named herself after The Police song, “Roxanne.” She plays electric guitar and awed the Keystone Conference ladies with her karaoke skills. It’s no surprise then that she channeled her inner rock star for this shoot with me at Keystone 2015. Makeup and Photography by Elizabeth Anne Taylor.
Book online at http://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com
Chris created her new look at her January makeover with Elizabeth Taylor. Chris loves wine, food, cooking, and hospitality so much so that she cooked and presented Anglo-Indian food for my February Trans-Women and Allies party. As a sommelier and wine educator, I paired the wines to her flavor-packed dishes to rave reviews. Check out the DC Trans-Ladies Meetup Group to find out about and RSVP to my parties.