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Hello, Gorgeous! Series

Taylor Morris and Anne Keenan Higgins
Blowout #1 by Taylor Morris; Illustrated by Anne Higgins
Swept Up #4 by Taylor Morris; Illustrated by Anne Higgins
Do's and Don'ts #5 by Taylor Morris; Illustrated by Anne Higgins

Hello, Gorgeous! Series : Titles in Order

Book 5
A stylish tween read!

Mickey is ready to take the next step on her way to being a superstellar stylist. She and her friends set up a temporary beauty blog, where they can provide readers with Do It Yourself tips for at-home beauty treatments. Suddenly, Hello, Gorgeous! starts getting a steady stream of clients pouring into the salon with hair disasters in need of fixing at the same time the blog starts getting a lot of hits. Are Mickey and her friends actually generating business? By giving bad styling advice? Things at Hello, Gorgeous! have never been more hairy.
Book 4
Filled with style, glamour, and friends, Hello, Gorgeous! has everything a girl wants!

When thirteen-year-old Mickey Wilson was offered a job as a sweeper in her mother’s salon, she expected glamour, style, and polish. She never knew there could be so much work!

Mickey is still learning how to be a supergood friend and a superstellar stylist. And in this fourth book in the ever-glamorous Hello, Gorgeous! series, Mickey has her work cut out for her. After a falling-out with her new friend, Eve, Mickey is still trying to put the pieces back together. Her favorite stylist at her mother’s salon, Giancarlo, is being wooed by the owner of a hip and trendy New York establishment. And the shimmering highlight of the spring – the school dance – is just around the corner!
Book 3
When Mickey’s friends Jonah and Eve start dating and a reality TV show takes over her mom’s salon, Mickey feels left out of the limelight. But when she’s caught on camera sharing confidential information, her life spins out of control. If only an intensive hair treatment could tame this mess!
Book 2
Mickey’s thrilled to have some female friends for a change. But things get a little too close for comfort when her mom goes and hires Lizbeth to work at the salon. Mickey’s worried that Lizbeth is stealing her thunder. After all, Lizbeth is everything Mickey isn’t-outgoing, bubbly, and quick-on-her-feet. But when Mickey tries too hard to outshine her, things backfire in a hair-raising way!
Book 1
Now that she’s had her thirteenth birthday, Mickey’s finally old enough to work at her mother’s super glam hair salon-Hello, Gorgeous! And true to the old clich? about people confiding in their hair stylists, Mickey starts getting an earful right off the bat. Customers love talking to her because she’s so empathetic, but what happens when she starts getting overly involved in their dramas?
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