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Women of Beauty: Myriam Clifford

October 13, 2011 | 2:59 PM

Myriam Clifford

Managing Director

Women of Beauty: Myriam CliffordFirst job in beauty: Sales Coordinator for Mary Kay Canada, 1979

Three highlights of your career:

1.      Being named President of Orly International in 1994
2.      Starting my own Consulting Firm in 2000
3.      Taking on the role of Managing Director of Aloxxi International in 2010

Beauty legend you respect: Paula Kent Meehan, co-founder of Redken. When I started in the beauty industry in 1993, she was virtually the only woman running a major company. She was strong, professional and passionate about the beauty industry and truly inspired me.

Choose beauty because: There is no better outlet for women to express their creativity and leadership skills.

Quote or mantra: Be passionate about what you do.  You can only do great work if you love what you do.  Don’t settle for anything less.

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