Tina Earnshaw

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Tina Earnshaw
London, England
Other namesTina M. Earnshaw
Occupation Makeup artist
Years active1970–present
SpouseRobin Earnshaw

Tina Earnshaw is an Oscar- and BAFTA-nominated British make-up designer and the founder of Tina Earnshaw Cosmetics. She has designed the make up looks on some of the world's most successful films, including Titanic , for which she was nominated for an Academy Award, alongside Greg Cannom and Simon Thompson. [1]


Born in London, she began her career at the BBC working as a professional makeup artist.

Initially working on commercials and for brands such as L'Oréal, Dior, and Chanel, she became known for the flawless beauty looks she created and for her methods of research that informed her designs.

In 1995, she began a lasting partnership with Merchant Ivory and relocated to Paris to work on her first feature film. By 1997, she was on the set of James Cameron's Titanic, for which she received her first Oscar nomination. Since then she has designed the makeup looks for films such as Shakespeare in Love , The Italian Job , The Talented Mr. Ripley , Spider-Man 2 and 3 , Prometheus , The Martian , Exodus: Gods and Kings , Mamma Mia 2 and Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World ’.

Her designs have seen her create iconic looks on the world's most recognizable faces, including Penélope Cruz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cate Blanchett, Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Jude Law. She has also served as a creative ambassador for Max Factor international.

She is married to Robin Earnshaw and they have two children: Damon and Polly.

Selected filmography

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