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Tara Starling has been a celebrity makeup artist in the Hollywood film & television industry for over 15 years, working with some of the world’s top actors, musicians, and athletes. She has lent her talents to over 40 films, many of which have garnered Emmys, MTV Movie Awards, People’s Choice Awards, and Best Picture titles at film festivals the world over. Her work spans many genres, including film, television, music videos, commercial print, editorial, and corporate.
Tara is known as The Beauty Architect, and provides women the blueprints and tools to transform themselves and their lives from the inside-out. No longer content to merely make women “look beautiful” on the outside, she now brings to bear her genius in image and beauty architecture–along with her talent to distill and communicate liberating truths in a dynamic, unforgettable way–to help women Debunk the Beauty Myth, Take Back Beauty, and live as the Star of the Own Lives.
In addition to being a #1 Best-Selling author (she co-authored “Living Proof: Celebrating the Gifts that Came Wrapped in Sandpaper” with Lisa Nichols of “The Secret”,) Tara is highly sought after speaker and addresses women of all ages as well as corporate groups.
Tara is the leader of the TAKING BACK BEAUTY MOVEMENT, a growing national social movement that aims to: 1) Debunk the powerful beauty myths of society and the media which keep women trapped in self-destructive beliefs about their beauty and worth, 2) Catalyze a shift that will broaden society’s definition of Beauty from solely how we look to how we live, and 3) Compel the media and beauty industries to depict women and market their products in a way that is socially responsible.