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Meet Tara

In addition to being a wife and mother of three (amazing, wonderful & beautiful) children, Tara is an on-air beauty expert, celebrity stylist, hair & make-up artist, style columnist and women empowerment speaker. Her career has been dedicated to helping network anchors, Hollywood celebrities, country music superstars, world leaders and everyday women (like herself) appear confident, professional and fabulous! She has styled for many red carpet events including the prestigious White House Inaugural Ball. Tara's work has been seen throughout the world and as an expert in her field, she has been featured on national and international networks as well as on the cover and centerfold of prestigious industry magazines. Her work is displayed on the pages of Forbes, Fortune and Southern Living just to name a few. She is DCA certified in Colored Gemstones and is excited to share her knowledge, experience and "tricks of the trade" with her GSN family.

Hear more from Tara in her "Ask the Stylist" videos - click here.

Groups Tara Supports

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta & MUST ministries

Favorite Quote

After watching my sweet Mamaw (grandmother) "keep on, keeping on" day in and day out regardless of how she felt…my favorite quote and life mantra became: “No matter how you feel or what life throws your way, Get up, Dress up, Show up and NEVER give up!”


Star Sapphire and Star Ruby are my favorite gemstone because it is the inclusions or “imperfections” that actually create the beautiful star and phenomena stone.


Known to the ancients as “the King of Gems” ruby dates back centuries and is referenced in the Bible. The name of this gemstone comes from the Latin word ruber meaning red. Second only to diamonds in hardness it is the red cousin of sapphires. The highest quality rubies are very rare and can be worth more than diamonds. These gemstones are mined in Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Ruby is used to commemorate 15th and 40th wedding anniversaries. 

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The most well known of the sapphire family is the blue stone that is only second in hardness to diamonds and known as the gem of heaven because of its rich blue color. The use of sapphires as adornment dates back, as early as, the 7th century B.C. One of the most famous sapphires is the 104 ct. Stewart Sapphire mounted in the British Imperial State Crown. Sapphires are most prevalent in Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Madagascar, Africa, and Montana in the United States.

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