Inspiring women to pursue their own colorful dreams, I'm Not Really a Waitress tells the story of how Suzi Weiss-Fischmann transformed a small dental supply company into a #1 beauty brand in the world
I'm Not Really a Waitress, titled after OPI's best-selling nail polish color of all time, chronicles the rise of the brand from its days as an immigrant-family-owned start-up to global beauty brand sold in more than 100 countries.
In her engaging, upbeat tale, company founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann shares her personal story of a young woman who comes to America and discovers the secret to success: With its vision of freedom, beauty, empowerment, and individuality for all women, her company was created to stand for so much more than a bottle of nail polish. By recognizing that fashion and color have the power to establish a woman's identity, Suzi's visionary idea to name each nail polish shade with an entertaining, empowering message became the key to building lifelong ties with women around the world.
In this charming and heartwarming tale of triumph, Suzi openly reveals how she made over an industry, instituting changes that are now standard practices in beauty and fashion. Her personal and professional path to reinvention is a story that will inspire women to strive for success and joy in their own lives by speaking to their hearts and minds along with their fingertips.