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I'm Not Really A Waitress: The Inspiring Story Behind OPI Nail Products

Suzi Weiss-Fischmann went from nail biter to nail queen.

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2014 Women of Vision

In the spirit of Paula Kent Meehan, SALON TODAY celebrates 17 women who embrace her entrepreneurial wisdom, focused leadership and generosity of spirit.

2014 Women of Vision: Saphira Tessler-Greenberg

After finishing high school in Israel, Saphira Tessler-Greenberg developed the first hair care line to incorporate the benefits of the minerals from the Dead Sea.

2014 Women of Vision: Joanne Powers and Heather Bagby

As mother and daughter, Shear Art Salons Joanne Powers and Heather Bagby share different perspectives on salon management.

2014 Women of Vision: Terri Taricco

As the vice president of marketing for Helen of Troy/Hot Tools, Terri Taricco keeps a finger on the pulse of what clients want in professional tools and works hard to deliver.

2014 Women of Vision: Lydia Sarfati

A true day spa pioneer, Lydia Sarfati brought the first seaweed-based treatments to the United States, developed the Repechage Four-Layer Facial and encourages salons to adopt the first facial bars.

2014 Women of Vision: Joni Rae Russell

As the head of her own marketing, branding and creative services firm, Joni Rae Russell is a woman behind many beauty brands.

2014 Women of Vision: Jennifer Parks

As senior vice president of Sexy Hair, Jennifer Parks has been an instrumental factor in the beauty brand's growth.

2014 Women of Vision: Dalal Moussa

Since the early 1990s, Obliphica's Dalal Moussa has made it her life's mission to bring a little affordable luxury into every woman's life.

2014 Women of Vision: Amiee Thomas

As the vice president of jcp salons, Amiee Thomas leads more than 900 salons and 13,000 stylists.