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HairBoutique.com has been mentioned in newspapers and magazines in North America, Europe, Asia, and Russia. We have also been mentioned on several radio shows and TV shows.

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Press from Life & Style Weekly Cover

December 27, 2004
Life & Style Weekly, Magazine
Look for it: p48-49, Full
Beauty - Holiday Hair News - Adornments

Michelle Roy Products

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Press from Star 12-27-2004 cover

December 27, 2004
Star , Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Bottom Right
Hot Holiday Hair!

Linda Levinson

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Press from Star Magazine Cover

December 20, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p69, Left
Stars Sparkle!
Editor(s): Joe Dolce


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December 20, 2004
The Cincinnati Post, Newspaper
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Don't Overlook Jaws and Sharks
Author(s): Jan Perry

Like icing on a cake, (or icicles on a tree to put a seasonal twist on the terminology), don't stop after investing time and money on an exciting up-do for that special holiday event. Top your Christmassy coiffure with a little bit of bling.

Jeweled jaws, claws, clips, sharks, sticks, pins and tongs can elevate any hairstyle from ho-hum to party-perfect.

"The right hair accessory can change your look, just like the right bag or brooch or shoe,"

"People who avoid hair accessories because they're afraid of the damage they'll do aren't buying items made by designers,"

"That doesn't mean you have to spend a fortune either. Yes, we have some beautiful pieces with Austrian crystals or intricate hand work that run into the $40 range, but we have dozens, probably hundreds of others, including some that are under $5. And all have been designed to add drama without damaging your hair."

Karen Shelton, buyer for the HairBoutique site, agreed:

"The beauty of (one like) the L. Erickson Jaw (bottom right in photo at left) is that because it is handmade and hand-polished, there is very little risk of the teeth pulling, tearing or ripping delicate hair. And since the jaw can hold a lot or a little -- it can be worn in a variety of ways to get hair up and off the neck with little effort."

That particular piece is priced at $30, which might seem a little steep until you hear how it's made.

"The L. Erickson Jaw is hand-cut in France by craftsmen from a piece of custom-made acetate that is as close to real tortoise as you can get," Shelton said. "The Jaw is hand-shaped and hand-polished many times to give it a smooth edge and shape.

"Once the Jaw is finished, it is shipped to the U.S. (where) a small group of seamstresses hand-cut vintage cloth and hand-sew it to the top of the Jaw. Each is -- unique."

"Just like fashions, there are as many different hair accessories and ways of using them as there are people to wear them.

My advice is to start by trying several different kinds to see which ones work for you and then add the more expensive items whenever you have a special occasion or just feel the urge to splurge."


Press from More Dec 2004/Jan 2005 cover

December 1, 2004
More, Magazine
Look for it: p38, Center
Morestyle - Fancy Pants


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November 20, 2004
BLAST!, Magazine
Look for it: p6-7,

Michelle Roy Products
Karin's Garden Products

November 17, 2004
More, Magazine
Look for it: p46,

Gerard Yosca Hinged Pink Swarovski Bracelet

Press from Star Magazine Cover

November 15, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p82, Center Right
Star Style The Best Weekly Fashion
Editor(s): Joe Dolce

Karen Marie Barrettes

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November 14, 2004
YM, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown,

Knotty Boy Dreadlock Products

November 12, 2004
InStyle, Magazine
Look for it: p82, 86,

Laurent Olivier Hair Accessories

November 7, 2004
Dallas Morning News, Newspaper
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
If Execs we Bush they'd...
Author(s): Cheryl Hall

Dallas business leaders see terrorism, Iraq as top 2nd-term priorities

Now that the divisive presidential election is behind us, the Dallas business community seems remarkably united on which of the daunting tasks President Bush needs to tackle first: terrorism and the war in Iraq.

Everything else, including the economy, hinges on America's need for peace and a sense of homeland security.

At least that was the opinion most often expressed by nearly 40 top executives and business owners we asked to set an agenda for the president's next term.

Depending on their political bent, they see the huge voter turnout and closeness of the race as either a clear-cut mandate for Bush policies or an abject warning from disgruntled citizens.

"The message from the election," says Allen Questrom, chief executive of J.C. Penney Co., "is the people expect the House, Senate and White House to work together in a way that benefits the citizenry."

Here are some of their thoughts:

Ebby Halliday, Realtor: "Now that President Bush has another term, he will have the support to get these things done:

"Strengthen home security against terrorism and bring successful closure to Iraq; reform Social Security; make tax relief permanent; get an energy bill passed; address health and prescription drug issues."

Bob Kaminski, private equities investor: "Perhaps now that President Bush will not be running for re-election, he will stand up to the more aggressive right-wing advisers and constituents in the Republican Party and look for more moderate ground on the divisive strategies and 'ideological issues' that each party has used to differentiate itself during the past two election cycles.

"If the leadership in Washington can ever work together again, then the daunting list of problems can be addressed and solved."

Karen Shelton, owner, Hair Boutique.com: "He must be more honest and open with the American people, explain what his real plans are for the war on terrorism and acknowledge his past mistakes.

"From a business perspective, when he has a chance, he should focus on more free-trade agreements."

Tom Buxton, chief executive, Buxton Co.: "Put the economy back in our hands. Let business run the show. We have and always will make its programs work."

Susan Byrne, chief executive, Westwood Holdings Group: "The president needs to acknowledge that there are real concerns that both his domestic and foreign policies are too narrowly drawn.

"The economic challenges of the Twin Deficits – fiscal and trade – and Social Security reform will require a more united front."

Gene Street, restaurateur: President Bush should "achieve a peaceful solution to present and future problems in the Middle East and throughout the world, and reach across the aisle and make great friends with the Democrats."


November 1, 2004
Family Times, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Beautiful You
Author(s): Diane M Marty

The two primary complaints of older people concerning their crowning glory involve hair loss and thinning, says Karen Shelton, founder and CEO of HairBoutique.com and regular columnist for several hairstyling magazines. But texture and color changes also rank high on the list of concerns. And with the alterations to the shape of the face, like the softening of the jaw line, and a natural desire to simplify lifestyles, including hair maintenance rituals, over-50 women usually confront significant hair challenges.

Luckily, there are solutions to all of these problems.

If hair is thinning, oral medications will slow down loss, and topical treatments can prevent or reverse thinning, says Shelton.

Celebrity Hairdresser Robert Hallowell points out that the very latest techniques involve supplementing the current state of your hair’s texture and condition with either hair extensions, wigs, partial hairpieces or a combination of all the above.

Hair care products specifically designed to address aging hair work wonders, says Shelton. And, if gray hair grows in wiry, search for products designed to reduce dryness.

Cover gray with hair color, she says. As soon as the gray appears, some colorists recommend locks should be highlighted and lowlighted to blend with the aging color.

Many older female celebrities tend to go blonde as they age. According to Hallowell, light, warm and soft blonde hues flatter aging skin.

Texture around the face that is designed to lift hair up and away from the cheekbones is always a great choice for concealing jowls, says Shelton. A soft fringe along the forehead will help to hide wrinkled foreheads. Avoid super short crops. Their severe lines will highlight any thin spots in addition to accentuating wrinkled foreheads and weak jaw lines.


November 1, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p62-63,

Alex & Ani Products
Jane Tran Products
Eve Reid Products
Linda Levinson Products
Bijoux Luck Products
Susan Daniels Products
Karen Marie's Jewels


Press from Shop Etc Cover

October 31, 2004
Shop Etc, Magazine
Look for it: p141, Center
Essentials (Ponytail Express)
Editor(s): Mandi Norwood

Medusa heart shaped pony elastic
Blax ponytail bands

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October 22, 2004
Cosmogirl!, Magazine
Look for it: p73,

Bungee Bands

Press from Star Magazine Cover

October 18, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p76, Full
Brooches are Back
Editor(s): Joe Dolce


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Press from Marie Claire Magazine Cover

September 1, 2004
Marie Claire, Magazine
Look for it: p274, Center
Make Your Hair Grow Faster - Pop some Supplements
Editor(s): Lesley Jane Seymour

Hairtopia

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Press from Total Image Sept/Oct 2004 cover

September 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p10-11, Full
Celebrity Hair Secrects Ashlee Simpson
Editor(s): Nina Laroux
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from Total Image Sept/Oct 2004 cover

September 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p34-36, Top
Hot Stuff
Editor(s): Nina Laroux

Phyto Products
Michelle Roy Products

Press from Total Image Sept/Oct 2004 cover

September 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p69, Top
Hot Stuff
Editor(s): Nina Laroux



Press from Star Magazine Cover

August 30, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p95, Top Center
Star Style & Error
Editor(s): Joe Dolce

Gerard Yosca Cuff

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August 23, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p79,
Breakout Style
Editor(s): Joe Dolce

Michelle Roy Silk Rose

August 23, 2004
Dallas Business News, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Top 100 Women Owned Businesses

HairBoutique.com was ranked in the top 100 women owned businesses of the Dallas/Fort Worth area for 2004. HairBoutique.com came in 69th in the rankings.


August 15, 2004
101 Celebrity HairStyles, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown,


August 5, 2004
Upscale, Magazine
Look for it: p68, Bottom
Hair, The Crown, The Glory

Vital Force Shampoo
Phytospecific Creme Bath

August 1, 2004
MetroWest, Internet Blog/Article
Look for it: Browser
Surf's Up: Sister Act
Author(s): Kurt Blumenau

Daily News

Last week, Ashlee Simpson's album "Autobiography" sold almost 400,000 copies in its first week of release, topping the U.S. charts.

This raises more questions than it answers. Who is Ashlee Simpson, besides the younger sister of singer/actress Jessica? ...for tips about her hair....visit HairBoutique.com.



July 29, 2004
Dallas Morning News, Newspaper
Look for it: pBrowser, Full
Locking in a solid e-commerce model
Author(s): Cheryl Hall

Locking in a solid e-commerce model

Karen Shelton has a Web site that works, a rarity in a world of dot-com duds.

Every day, a half-million customers shop in her store. Luckily, they enter via high-speed Internet, or things would get a tad crowded.

For the past five years, Ms. Shelton has been the proprietor of HairBoutique.com Marketplace, an e-store that carries 206 brands and 10,000 products ranging from $2 shampoo to a $200 Swarovski crystal tiara.

Ms. Shelton has always posted a profit and has never gone into debt, even in the worst years.

Her e-store, mp.hairboutique.com, should bring in more than $2 million in revenue this year.

The Hairboutique.com site features more than 10,000 active Web pages of hair, beauty and fashion tips for free perusal. When prom, wedding and back-to-school seasons roll around, her daily hits spike to a million a day.

That combination of fun information and expansive selection helped her prosper while others died.

Lately, e-tailer wannabes have sought out her expertise. She's willing to share her wisdom – even with competitors – because she figures almost no one will put in the time and passion that she does.

Ms. Shelton and I recently discussed what it takes to build a virtual store. Here are her tips in her own words.

Business fundamentals still apply – just at warp speed.
Web-based businesses that fail to identify their primary customers, zone into their buying patterns and deliver the products and services they want may never live to see another spam attack.

Crank up the cool factor because impulse buying is key.
Web surfers and shoppers have attention deficit disorder. Whether you sell auto parts or office supplies, e-shoppers want the latest, greatest, coolest thing. Otherwise, they'd go to Wal-Mart.

One-stop shopping rules supreme.
Shoppers want no-muss, no-fuss, one-time credit card purchasing. If the Internet mom can buy for herself and the entire family at one Web store, the buck stops there. Diversity brings dividends in spades.

All roads must lead to the checkout counter.
Make Web shopping as time-efficient and painless as possible. Site navigation is a do-or-die proposition. Don't chintz on software. If you do nothing else, always provide for express checkout that allows shoppers to click in, buy and click out.

Web customers care about being cared for.
People like people to answer their e-mails. They like to talk to them on the phone. They love toll-free order lines. The more real humans you have to take phone orders, answer questions, provide help and deal with customer service, the bigger your profits will become.

Competitive value usually beats bargain basement prices.
Middle-of-the-road pricing with "goodies" thrown in often trumps rock-bottom competitors. Offer such extras as guaranteed same-day shipping, free UPS ground shipping, a gift with every purchase, frequent-buyer points or a no-questions-asked return policy.

Two sell better than one.
If you sell baby products or kids' clothes, partner with a pregnancy magazine or a diaper manufacturer to cross-promote and cross-link. The Internet is a big bad world that works better when companies work together.

Think outside Google.
Don't depend solely on Google to sell your products, and choose the search words you buy wisely. If you sell auto parts, advertise in car magazines, at auto shows and on car-care radio programs. That way, you'll find customers not already on the Internet and attract Web-savvy shoppers who don't buy via Google.

Work smarter, not harder.
Organize a shoppers' panel to give you brutally honest feedback about your site. Work with vendors who will co-promote your business in their ads.

Follow your passion.
Love what you do 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Eat, breathe and sleep your business, and ask yourself every day how you can do it better for your customers. Then do it like nothing else matters.


July 17, 2004
Rocky Mountain News, Newspaper
Look for it: p2E, Full
Finally, A Coup Amid the Clutter
Author(s): Mary Winter

Google "John Frieda" and several sites pop up, including HairBoutique.com, where I paid $10.92 for two bottles, plus $6.22 shipping....


July 11, 2004
Jamaica Gleaner, Internet Blog/Article
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Roots Rasta Runway

Roots Rasta Runway

Since then 'Rasta' has taken on a more 'sophisticated' appearance in fashion. In 1999, celebrated international designer John Galliano for Christian Dior took the image of the Rasta in fashion to a new level with a Rasta collection. In his collection was 'luxury' Rasta-inspired clothing and accessories, from Rasta bags to Rasta boots and sneakers.

According to hairboutique.com, models at the December 1999 fashion show sported dreadlocked hairstyles "carefully arranged and styled to add to the glamour of the clothing that the models were displaying".


Press from InStyle July 2004 cover

July 10, 2004
InStyle, Magazine
Look for it: p150, Full
Beauty Buzz - Insider Trick

Robert Hallowell's Dream Cream

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July 7, 2004
The Cincinnati Post, Newspaper
Look for it: p Unknown,
Comb These Sites for Hair Help
Author(s): Jan Perry

Jan Perry is a Kentucky-based freelance writer who hopes her bad hair days will soon be a thing of the past.

.. There are also some of the wildest dos ever to be done. Fun to explore, even if you have hair you never have to hide under a hat. • www.hairboutique.com

I have extremely fine hair, which is thinning a bit as I get older. Add to that, I have gray hair at the center part, which makes it look all the lighter. I looked at the hair-style photos at my salon, but those for my type hair on women my age all looked fuddy-duddy-ish and dull. I know my hair's a fashion disaster most days, and I sometimes resort to a ponytail or even pigtails. I know that's not the answer; but -- darn it! -- it's just too soon for me to be sporting a granny do.

So, I turned to the Web, of course, and found a bad-hair-day bonnet full of great sites with solid suggestions. I'll list them now and give you an update on my success some day down the line.

• www.hairboutique.com. Promising to help banish bad-hair days, the Hair Boutique site does, as the name implies, list a lot of merchandise for sale, but it also includes an archive of articles, features, columns and those all-important photos. There's an interactive Style Selector that allows you to describe your hair and face shape then click to see suggestions for your particular look. Files go back years, so you just may find the style that suits you best comes from the last millennium.) .


Press from Just Hair 2004 Hair Guide #07 2004 cover

July 1, 2004
Just Hair 2004 Hair Guide, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Curls Are Back
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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July 1, 2004
Just Hair 2004 Hair Guide, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Carmen Electra - We've got the scoop behind her sexy, short style!
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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June 29, 2004
PR Newswire, Internet Blog/Article
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Style Star Internation Will Sizzle This Fall; Hot Young Hairdressers Compete in Reality TV Showdown

The press release mentions the involvement of HairBoutique.com with the Style Star project and announces the Style Star pages available for review at HairBoutique.com.


June 28, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Left
Baby Doll!

Medusa Beaded Butterflies

Press from Celebrity Style 101 Hair Salon Select Hairstyling Trends Summer 2004 cover

June 21, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Salon Select Hairstyling Trends, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Professional Haircolor On A Budget & How To Make It Last
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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June 21, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Salon Select Hairstyling Trends, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Copycat Cutters
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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June 21, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Salon Select Hairstyling Trends, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Crisscrossed Cascading Updo
Author(s): Karen Shelton


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June 21, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Salon Select Hairstyling Trends, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Hair At Risk - Running With Scissors
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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Press from ShortCuts #12 2004 cover

June 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p62-63, Full
Bejeweled Hair
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton

Jane Tran Products
Linda Levinson Products
France Luxe Products
Karen Marie Products
Susan Daniels Products

Press from ShortCuts #12 2004 cover

June 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p70-71, Full
Hair Color That Lasts How you can avoid foil fadeouts!
Editor(s): Cheryl schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie shelton


Press from ShortCuts #12 2004 Cover

June 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p78-79, Full
Tress Rx
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from Annabelle Magazine Cover

June 9, 2004
Annabelle, Magazine
Look for it: p140, Bottom Left
Wellness News
Editor(s): Hans Heinrich Coninx


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Press from Total Image June/July 2004 Cover

June 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p26, Full
Do Blondes Really Have More Fun?
Editor(s): Nina Laroux
Author(s): Dr. Howard Rosenthal


Press from Total Image June/July 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p61, Full
Express Spa Service
Editor(s): Nina Laroux
Author(s): Karen Shelton


Press from Total Image June/July 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
Total Image, Magazine
Look for it: p79, Bottom Right
Thermal Reconditioning The 411 On "T.R."
Editor(s): Nina Laroux
Author(s): Danna Can


Press from Total Image June/July 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
Total Image , Magazine
Look for it: p80, Top Right
Hot Stuff
Editor(s): Nina Laroux

L Erickson Products

Press from Celebrity Style Hairstyles Present Quick & Easy Updos - #06 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
Celebrity Style Hairstyles Presents Quick & Easy UPDOS, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Full
Quick & Easy Updos 27 Easy Updos with Step-By-Steps
Author(s): Karen Shelton

Technicals on all 27 Updos by Karen Shelton


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June 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p6, Bottom
Style File
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): none

L. Erickson Sash Belts

Press from 101Hairstyles #11 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p56-59, Full
2004 Cover Model Search
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #11 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p64-65, Full
Tress Rx
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #11 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p101, Top
Hair & Beauty Recipes
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): none


Press from 101Hairstyles #11 2004 cover

June 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p102-103, Full
Haircolorist Secrets
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton



Press from ShortCuts #10 2004 cover

May 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p6, Left
Hair Headlines
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz

L Erickson Headbands

Press from ShortCuts #10 2004 cover

May 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
Look for it: p46, Top
Celebrity Goo Guide
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Dawn Bruno


May 1, 2004
2004 Hair Gallery, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown,

HairBoutique.com received a mention in this years Hair Gallery.


Press from 101Hairstyles #09 2004 cover

May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p7, Full
Style File
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): none


Press from 101Hairstyles #09 2004 cover

May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p20-21, Full
Jessica & Ashlee Simpson
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #09 2004 cover

May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p62, Full
Celebrity Sisters & Their Tresses
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #09 2004 cover

May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p64-65, Full
Tress Rx - Ask the Hair Doctor
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p82-87, Full
Fun Updo, Behive Updo , Curly Girl
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p88, Full
Baby Hair Care
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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May 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p102, Full
Banish Blow-Drying Boredom
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton



Press from ShortCuts #08 2004 cover

April 15, 2004
ShortCuts , Magazine
Look for it: p78, Full
Tress Rx
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


April 9, 2004
The Boston Business Journal, Magazine
Look for it: p17,
Burst Media rides new wave of online advertising
Author(s): Jill Lerner

April 2, 2004
The Virginian-Pilot, Newspaper
Look for it: pE1, Full
Morris' Detective Is A Cut Above The Rest
Author(s): Larry Bonko

THE LILLY RUSH look. How would the woman who plays Rush on "Cold Case" describe it?

"Effortlessly feminine," said Kathyrn Morris of the persona she presents on the hit CBS drama. It airs Sunday nights at 8. Morris as Philadelphia detective Rush has TV America talking about her hair, which some say lookslike a bird's nest. Others call it no-nonsense chic.

"We don't want Lilly to look like she just rolled out of bed. At the same time, we're suggesting that she's a busy copy in a big city who hasn't got it together completely," said Morris, who after 13 years in the acting game emerged as an overnight sensation.

"Of the Lilly Rush 'do, the students of style at HairBoutique.com describe it as a short, choppy blunt cut that's part shag with a slight ponytail. Her style is perfection, says Karen Marie Shelton on the Web site".


Press from 101Hairstyles #07 2004 cover

April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p6, Left
Style File
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): none


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April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p23, Full
Trendwatch - The secret behind Jessica Simpson's beach blonde hue...
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #07 2004 cover

April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p64-65, Full
Strand Solutions - Ask the Hair Doctor
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #07 2004 cover

April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p76-79, Full
Pregnancy & Your Hair
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #07 2004 cover

April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p80-81, Full
Jennifer Garner - Easy step-by-step for recreating her elegant updo!
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


Press from 101Hairstyles #07 2004 cover

April 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
Look for it: p94, Top Right
From Drab To Fab - How To Dress Your Tresses!
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Dawn Bruno



March 30, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p Unknown, Bottom Right
Dotty!


Press from Star Magazine Cover

March 22, 2004
Star, Magazine
Look for it: p73, Top
Flair For Your Hair


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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
Look for it: p7, Full
Style File
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz


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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Jessica Simpson's Mane Man
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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Strand Solutions - Ask the Hair Doctor
Editor(s): Chreyl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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101's Prom Guide - Hairstyles on A Budget
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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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101's Prom Guide - Celebrity Style Trends
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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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101's Prom Guide - Hair Accessories
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March 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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101's Prom Guide
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March 1, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
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Carmen Electra - We've got the scoop behind her sexy, short style!
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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March 1, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
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February 15, 2004
ShortCuts , Magazine
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Hair Headlines Precious Gems
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Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton

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February 15, 2004
ShortCuts , Magazine
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Splitting Up? How-to mend your broken ends with the best tips and tricks from the pros.
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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February 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
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Short Hairstyle Trends
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): Karen Marie Shelton


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February 15, 2004
ShortCuts, Magazine
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Elisha Cuthbert
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February 1, 2004
Short Styles, Magazine
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The Look of 2004 Short Hairstyle Trends
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February 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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Style File
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
Author(s): none

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February 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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Red Carpet Style Secrets
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February 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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An Easy Updo For Every Occasion
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February 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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Strand Solutions - Ask the Hair Doctor
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February 1, 2004
101Hairstyles , Magazine
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Sensual Hair Treats
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February 1, 2004
Sophisticate's Hairstyle Guide, Magazine
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Celebrity Hair Jewels
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January 25, 2004
Argus Leader, Newspaper
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In Stylists We Trust
Author(s): Jill Callison

HairBoutique.com was quoted as the source for a section of an article by Jill Callison dealing with finding a good hairdresser. A section of the article was titled: Finding the right designer

Ask for stylist referrals. Talk to friends and family for references. Mention particular requirements and any location or cost constraints.

Check the Yellow Pages. Stylists often list their specialties in telephone directories.

Ask people with hair you admire. Most people will be flattered you noticed their hair.

Check out the recommended stylists. Visit the shop and decide whether it has a comfortable atmosphere. Take time to notice how clean and organized it is.

Schedule a consultation only. Ask at the beginning if it is complimentary or if there is a charge.

Source: www.hairboutique.com


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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Style File
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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Copycat Cutters - Foiling Those who covet your style!
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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Strand Solutions - Ask the Hair Doctor
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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Professionl Haircolor On A Budget & How to Make It Last
Editor(s): Cheryl Schwartz
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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Veiled Updo
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January 1, 2004
101Hairstyles, Magazine
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Hair at Risk - Running With Scissors
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Author(s): Karen M. Shelton


Press from Celebrity Style 101 Hair Presents Salon Select Short Hair Styles #01 2004 cover

January 1, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Presents Salon Select Short Hair Styles, Magazine
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Celine Dion - Viva Las Vegas
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January 1, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Presents Salon Select Short Hair Styles, Magazine
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Young & Chic
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January 1, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Presents Salon Select Short Hair Styles, Magazine
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Hair Headlines


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January 1, 2004
Celebrity Style 101 Hair Presents Salon Select Short Hair Styles, Magazine
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Short & Dressy Styles
Author(s): Karen Shelton


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