Meg Flather has spent 30 years building a multi-faceted career in performance, cosmetics and media. As author of Home Shopping Diva...Lessons, Lyrics and Lipstick, Meg performs inspirational seminars for men and women embarking on similar vocations. As National Makeup Artist for Olay, Meg worked closely with public relations, marketing and product development. As Home Shopping Brand Ambassador, Meg has appeared on all networks in North America and Australia, increasing sales for PERLIER, Aloette, PRAI, and StriVectin. Meg trained all Sephora locations in Toronto and Calgary for the TATCHA Canadian launch and helped Barneys New York become the top “brick and mortar” account for the brand in 2017. Meg launched ORLANE skincare on HSN in April of 2018, and rejoined her StriVectin family in June, 2019 to promote the brand on HSN and TSC, Canada. When not appearing on television herself, Meg trains other on-camera sales talent.
Meg began her cosmetic career in New York City. She was Special Events Captain for all metropolitan accounts for Clinique, Resident Make-up Artist for Yves St. Laurent at Bergdorf Goodman, held the highest national sales record for both Stila and Body and Soul at Barney’s, and raised customer service and artistry standards at all Face Stockholm locations. As an expert in her field, Meg has been featured on The Discovery Channel, in 15 national publications and her artistry credits include People Magazine, NBC Daytime, CNN, 20/20, The View, documentary films and numerous private clients.
Meg is also a member of both acting unions and has filmed numerous commercials and corporate training films. She is a Backstage Bistro and MAC Award-winning performer and as a singer/songwriter has released seven CD's of her original music (all of which are available on iTunes). She has written and recorded songs for independent films, Off-Broadway, and on behalf of HIV/AIDS, 9/11, Alzheimer’s, Autism, suicide awareness and political activism. Meg has been a featured performer for The Gay Men’s Health Crisis at New York’s historic Webster Hall, the Vermont and Tribeca Film Festivals, to benefit the victims of Typhoon Yolanda at the Philippine Consulate, and at the Rose Theater at Jazz At Lincoln Center for the 2018 Mabel Mercer Cabaret Convention.
Meg’s background is as diverse as the many hats she likes to wear. Born in the Philippines as the youngest daughter of Peace Corps parents, she spent her first five years in Micronesia and Malaysia. She then moved to the suburbs of Massachusetts and eventually settled in New York City where she attended the High School of Music and Art in Harlem. Meg attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and SUNY. Meg devoted several years to volunteering with AIDS and cancer patients through the Supportive Care Program at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Meg is a member of The Dutch Treat Club (“Arts, Culture, Conversation Since 1905”) and The American Songbook Association, which promotes music appreciation in NYC public schools.