Marsha Page is a New York Emmy Nominated, makeup artist and The Melanin Therapist, with experience in film, television, editorial, theater, special effects, bridal and fashion.
She discovered her passion for make-up artistry in the late 1990's. As a recent college grad, pursuing a career in the legal industry, her passion came to light when she was looking for ways to mask her recent weight gain. She began to use make-up as a way to empower herself and take the focus off her body and direct it to enhancing the features of her face. Prior to that, she had only filled in her brows with eyebrow pencil, put on eyeliner, and applied lip balm. While exploring and researching various makeup product lines, and experimenting daily, she discovered her talent for makeup application, despite the fact that she had no formal training at the time.
After training at the prestigious Christine Valmy International School of Esthetics and Makeup Artistry in New York City, Marsha began her love affair with make-up artistry working for industry leader, M.A.C. Cosmetics.
In 2003, she founded Marsha's Makeovers, Inc., a professional makeup artistry company, dedicated to empowering women by helping them realize their BEAUTY, POWER & CONFIDENCE.
Marsha’s work has been seen at the Tribeca Film Festival, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Bridal Fashion Week, Harper's Bazaar Serbia and Parents Magazine. She was also the Makeup Department Head at BRIC TV for various programs including HealthBeat Brooklyn, hosted by Dr. Monica Sweeney. Her work on BK Live!, a daily lifestyle and culture talk show which reaches an audience in all 5 boroughs of NYC, earned Marsha her first New York Emmy nomination.
As a member of I.A.T.S.E Local 798 Hairstylists & Makeup Artists, Marsha Page is known for her work in feature films such as, A Thousand And One, The Week Of and The Photograph. In addition, her work has also been featured on the television series', GOD FRIENDED ME, Wu- Tang American Saga, City on A Hill, Prodigal Son,Harlem, Succession S4 & Life & Beth S2.
Television networks, such as, ABC, NBC, FOX News Channel, CBS, PIX11, have all featured work by Marsha, on TODAY, AMJOY, The Tonight Show, Dr. Oz and MSNBC.