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Hautelinks: Week of 8/11/11

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* Oh man, this Saved by the Bell interactive YouTube video/game is adorable, not to mention a really creative idea (and a decent way to waste time).

* The Teen Choice Awards were this past weekend, and Celebuzz has a rundown on all the fashion from the red carpet.

* Speaking of celebs, Fashionista has a preview of the Kardashian Kollection for Sears. Would you buy any of their pieces?

* How adorable is this watermark tee DIY? It’d be so perfect for sororities, student organizations, or just making pretty gifts for your friends!

* CollegeCandy shows you how to be a diva in college. Love this.

* Also from CollegeCandy, Here are the Reasons Why I Don’t Tan. I know this might be controversial, but it’s nice to see someone sticking up for us pale girls!

* Dear Sugar, what would you tell your 20-something self if you could talk to her now? (Possibly NSFW due to language/sexual content.) Not gonna lie, this made us tear up.

* Quick, before summer’s over, you need to try at least one of these homemade popsicle recipes. Confetti Ice Cream Pops? Count me in.

* Harry Potter fans, in case you haven’t seen this, Crushable posted J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter prequel in its entirety (all 800 words). Want. More.

* Lady GaGa plays dress-up again. This time, she’s resurrected her male alter-ego, Jo.

* We think Gaga herself would approve of these nebula nails – how cool are they?!

* Wanna know what fashion people really talk about? The CondeElevator twitter account is your fly on the wall to the ridiculous (and hilarious!) musings of fashion media’s elite. So funny.

* Would you be brave enough to try one of fall’s weirdest fashion trends?

* File this under… too soon? An Amy Winehouse fashion line is apparently set to be released soon, “inspired by the singer’s signature 1950s-inspired rockabilly vibe.”

* Take a peek inside Jessica Stam’s medicine cabinet – the model beauty discusses of all of her favorite beauty products on Into the Gloss.

* Still in need of a great summer read? The Staff Recommends is an online version of those cute little cards you find in your favorite bookstore, guiding you to the next big thing. Only the best books make the cut, so you’re practically guaranteed to find something worth reading.

* If you live in NYC, Chicago, or LA, keep your eyes peeled for the Pico de Gap trucks. Fashion + tacos? We approve.

* Willing to spend $32 on an ice cream sundae? If you have Bieber fever and happen to find yourself inside Harrods department store, this is your chance.

* No curling iron? Curl your hair with a sock, no heat required! File this under “weird but awesome”.

* Related: This photo and video tutorial will show you how to curl your hair with just an elastic headband, worn overnight. Genius!

* Teen Vogue put together an adorable guide to decorating a girly dorm room with some super fun items.

* Real Simple always sends out the cutest lists. For example, 8 Unique Travel Journals – perfect for those last-minute summer vacays and the various back-to-school shopping/to-do lists that pop up this time of year.

* Also from Real Simple, take a leap outside your comfort zone and try one of these 6 sexy short hairstyles.

* One more from Real Simple: How to be a Good Friend. With so many of us going off to school and meeting new people, knowing how to create strong, lasting friendships is incredibly important.

* If you need some summer hair inspiration, look no further than Asuyeta’s list of easy summer updos.

* More proof that cats are taking over the internet: Racked gives you a “behind the scenes” look at the book “Fashion Cats” – no, we’re not making this up.

* The Makeup Files shows you how to find your perfect red lipstick shade – the tip about finding a “true red” is key.

* In a push to promote body acceptance, a new site allows users to view photos of women with their exact body type. It’s definitely an interesting idea, though I’m not sure if it will really catch on.

* I Was a ‘Hipster Hooker’ (And It Sort of Ruined My Life) is an interesting piece on privacy and the media spotlight – a potentially important read for future journalists.

* A Summer Camp is Training Tweens to Steal Every Adult Job in the Fashion Industry, The Cut reports. Honestly, I think this camp sounds like a fun idea – if you have the time and money, why not?

* Daily Candy lists 15 cheap beauty products every college girl can afford to stock up on.

* CF reader Elle sent us this fabulous list of travel beauty hacks, perfect if you’re traveling now or will be soon! I always use the conditioner-as-shaving-cream one myself.

* Another CF reader, Blair, sent us this: How to Equip a Kitchen: The Basics. Basically, it’s a list of everything you might need to get for your first kitchen – super useful if you’re moving into your own apartment this year!

* If you want to brighten up your hair color, look no further than these natural alternatives to color-enhancing shampoos, for blondes, brunettes, and redheads.

* Stuck with an endless supply of plastic shopping bags from your drugstore runs? Care2 shows you 18 ways to reuse them.

* If you watched the royal wedding, you probably oohed and ahhed at Pippa’s bridesmaid dress. If so, you’ll be happy to know that you can now buy it at Debenhams!

* Madonna’s daughter Lourdes debuts her makeup range.. at the age of 14. Is there anything this girl can’t do?

* Positively Present did a great post on ways to keep yourself motivated, and it’s especially helpful right now, when there’s so much temptation to just relax and be lazy for the last few weeks of summer.

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7 Responses to “Hautelinks: Week of 8/11/11”

  1. 1
    August 11th, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    OMG that saved by the bell interactive game is amazing 90s fun. im totally guitly of waking up extra early to drink my coffee and watching Saved by the Bell every morning before work :)

  2. 2
    August 12th, 2011 at 10:25 am

    the amy winehouse collection was meant to be released and the family wants it to. so it’s not “too soon.”

  3. 3
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    I tried the curling technique with the elastic band last night. it worked amazing!! i have shortish hair and it’s the first way i found that actually works with my hair! i washed it and waited till it was dry and slept on it, I woke up with perfect and adorable curls! you have to try it!! Thanks CF!

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    August 13th, 2011 at 12:13 am

    yah, that amy winehouse thing was a collab effort and has been in the works for a while.
    also, i am in love with that watemark tee! i’m making two:one with a quote from my favorite poem, and another for my sorority. I think the girls will love it…maybe it can be a whole chapter project or something :)

  5. 5
    August 13th, 2011 at 8:29 am

    “Reasons why I don’t tan” – love it, and it’s a shame that there are people out there who think this is controversial. I don’t know about you other pale folks out there, but I was called names like “Ghost” “Casper” “Whitey” “Albino” growing up, and still get it here and there even outside of gradeschool. I once had a highschool boyfriend offer to pay for me to hit up the tanning beds, and I also kicked a guy in the balls when I was 15 because he asked me if I was a real albino. Its rude and ridiculous and for that reason I am personally offended if anyone out there says I can’t be proud of my white (I mean REALLY white) skin!

  6. 6
    August 13th, 2011 at 9:45 am

    I tried the headband curling method and I awoke to Taylor Swift like curls. No joke. I was so pleased! (: It’s a must try.

  7. 7
    August 14th, 2011 at 7:10 pm

    i did the headband technique for getting curls last night, and I got the most amazing ones! My hair almost NEVER holds a curl from a curling iron, but I have had perfect ringlets all day long that are super bouncy (with only a mist of hairspray!). I will definitely be using this method in the future…. Awesome!
    I want to do the sock bun one too but I am horrible at making the bun so I don’t know if that will work so well…

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