JEANNA DOYLE is an author, educator and artist. Jeanna is licensed as a cosmetologist and Medical Aesthetic Provider with special training in corrective makeup and oncology esthetics. She has worked as a hair and makeup artist in both medical and media settings.
Jeanna’s corrective makeup work has taken her from private practices to hospitals, children’s hospitals and cancer centers; working directly with plastic and reconstructive surgeons, dermatologists, oncologists, psychologists and social workers.
In advertising and fashion, Jeanna has worked all over the world on projects for print, television and film, working with A-list actors, athletes, models, musicians, politicians, and a former President and First Lady of the United States.
Jeanna is the founder of the nonprofit Suite HOPE® (Helping Oncology Patients Esthetically); the author of the book Wig ED; and developer of The HOPE Method™, an internationally recognized corrective makeup curriculum.
Jeanna’s innovative work in corrective makeup was the subject of a study by UTSW, and presented as a best new practice at the AOSW (Association of Oncology Social Workers) National Conference in 2015. Suite HOPE Study
Jeanna is an industry expert on makeup and corrective-makeup related beauty, writing articles and providing keynote speeches for the medical industry and beauty industry giants, including MD Anderson, The Mary Kay Foundation and The Cancer Knowledge Network.