The long, gray days of winter can be dreary
and depressing. What better way to add
some sunshine to your clients’ daily lives
than by enhancing their color? In this exclusive collection given to MODERN by Paul Mitchell
Systems, the power team of Lucie Doughty, Scott
Cole and Linda Yodice created three unforgettable
shades in red, brunette and blonde.

Behind the Cover - February 2011


Behind the Cover - February 2011Lucie
Doughty


Paul Mitchell Editorial Director

Doughty has enjoyed a long career as both
teacher and award-winning color artist,
which began in the UK 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
styling. She also received NAHA’s Haircolorist
of the Year Award in 2003 and the NAHA
Texture award in 2004. In her spare time,
Doughty maintains the manes of celebrities
such as Rene Russo, Elizabeth Banks, Daryl
Hannah, Leelee Sobieski, Liz Phair, Robin
McGraw and many others.


Scott Cole and Linda Yodice

Artistic Directors for Paul Mitchell Professional Hair Color

The dynamic duo of Cole and Yodice develop innovative combinations of cut and
color to satisfy clients, and keep hair color in the salon and out of the kitchen. As show
team leaders, they travel the world to educate hairdressers on collections, trends,
and the synergy between cut and color. The pair created the Block Color techniques
that the international color community voted Most
Innovative Technique Developed by a Manufacturer
at Haircolor USA 2002; they received the
prestigious Haircolorist of the Year Award at
Haircolor USA 2003; and in 2004 they won
the NAHA Master Hairstylist of the Year
Award. In 2007 Cole was appointed Fashion
Director for Intercoiffure North American and
received the prestigious Knight Award of the
Ordre de la Chevalerie.


They continue to inspire throughout the
U.S. and internationally through classes
taught at their prestigious Colorcutting
USA Academy in Carefree, Arizona, as
well as from the platform, via Paul
Mitchell collections and through
educational DVDs.