Jeanna Doyle is a licensed cosmetologist and Medical Aesthetic Provider with training in oncology esthetics and corrective makeup. Her innovative work in makeup has been part of two scientific studies, both at UTSW; one in plastic surgery, and one in oncology esthetics which was presented as a best new practice at the AOSW (Association of Oncology Social Workers) National Conference.
Jeanna has worked in medical and media settings. Her work in the medical community has taken her from private practices to hospitals, cancer centers and children's hospitals, working directly with plastic and reconstructive surgeons, dermatologists, oncologists, psychologists and social workers. In media settings, Jeanna has worked on print, television and film projects with A-list actors, athletes, models, musicians, politicians and even a former President and first lady of the United States.
Jeanna founded the 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Suite HOPE (Helping Oncology Patients Esthetically). She is also the developer of a corrective makeup curriculum, The HOPE Method. Jeanna is the author of Wig ED, the first beauty book on wig selection.
Jeanna is a contributing author for The Fundamentals of Esthetics
Textbook for Milady and Cengage Publishing. She provided updates and rewrites for the makeup chapter including instructor’s edition and online curriculum. Milady is considered the gold standard for all esthetic students.
Jeanna writes articles and delivers keynote speeches for medical and beauty industry giants like MD Anderson, the Cancer Knowledge Network, the Cancer Support Community and the Mary Kay Foundation.