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Lucie Doughty, Paul Mitchell Editorial Director

Lucie Doughty

Paul Mitchell® Editorial Director

With her pulse on the trends of both fashion and celebrity, Lucie Doughty serves as Global Editorial Director for Paul Mitchell®. Lucie has enjoyed a long and illustrious career as both teacher and award-winning color artist which began in the U.K. and has taken her all over the world. She is a leader in styling hair for photo shoots and events, and mentors up-and-coming stylists in the art of editorial shoots.

Lucie received the Educator of the Year Award from Paul Mitchell® as well as the NAHA Haircolorist of the Year Award in 2003 and the NAHA Texture Hairstylist of the Year Award in 2004. She was also a finalist in NAHA's Fashion Forward category in 2007, 2008 and 2009, and was a finalist in the 2010 Mirror Awards International Hairstylist of the Year category. In her spare time, Lucie maintains the manes of celebrities such as Rene Russo, Elizabeth Banks, Miranda Kerr, Daryl Hannah, Liz Phair, Audrina Patridge, Julie Benz, Brooke Hogan, Shane Lamas, Tinsley Mortimer and many others.

My favorite product is…

Extra-Body Finishing Spray® because it's a workable spray with great hold and it is easy to brush through.

My greatest accomplishment is…

My love for the craft. The hairstyling industry is always changing and there are so many opportunities to express creativity. I never get sick of it. If I'm not doing hair, I'm thinking about doing hair. 

I love Paul Mitchell because…

It feels like family. The company culture is like no other. John Paul sets an amazing example of being people-focused and it transcends through the company.

I started with Paul Mitchell®

When the first Paul Mitchell School opened in Costa Mesa in 2000. I created the original color curriculum for the schools. From there I began doing session work as a freelance stylist and I became Editorial Director in 2004.

The first time I styled on stage…

I realized I needed to practice more!

The best advice I ever got was…

Be yourself.

To me, living beautifully means…

Finding a balance between your family, life and career.


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