Born and raised in Los Angeles, Erin has always had a passion for art and the entertainment business. After graduating with highest honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication, she pursued her artistic interests and attended the Westmore Academy of Cosmetic Arts. But she has never lost sight of the interpersonal communications skills and business acumen she developed at a renowned university. This education has proved invaluable throughout her years of supervising fellow makeup artists, managing budgets and navigating relationships and politics within the entertainment industry.
She takes the greatest pride, however, in her imaginative approach, true love of the artistry, and consummate regard for clients. Due to her fresh take and ever-evolving-style, she has become a favorite of both young Hollywood and more mature talent. She has made up countless celebrities and has been entrusted by several celebrated commercial/music video directors, such as Marc Webb, Samuel Bayer, and Marc Klasfeld. She is also a regular contributor to many media outlets, including Today Style, TeenVogue, and InStyle.
Erin resides in Santa Monica, CA with her adored family: husband, Brian, and two children, Bevin and Tanner. She loves the beach, travel, hiking, wildlife, interior design and...makeup!
Erin’s diverse specialty skills, ranging from beauty, fantasy and character makeup to effects, airbrushing and body makeup, are currently featured in her role as department head makeup artist on Disney's hit show Bunk'd. This coincides with her ongoing position as a member of the prestigious makeup teams for the hit television shows The Voice, Shark Tank, and Songland.
"It's all about a look, a moment, a twinkle in the eye. If you notice the makeup, then I haven't done my job," maintains Erin B. Guth, Emmy nominated celebrity makeup artist. With more than 20 years experience in television, film, print and commercials, Erin has established herself as a sought-after pro well known for creating flawless, natural faces, as well as meticulous dramatic looks.
Erin's career breakthrough occurred while department heading three seasons of Hannah Montana, where she oversaw more than 70 episodes. Here, she collaborated with Disney's branding department to create a nationally-recognized Hannah Montana look that was used in everything from clothing and toys to the cover of cereal boxes. So trusted for her inspired work, she was enlisted to support Miley Cyrus during her evolution from pre-teen to an entertainment powerhouse.