Hautelinks: Week of 4/25/13

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Wow, this made me want to cry. People can be so cruel, but it's beyond cool that this girl is taking it all in stride and creating something thought-provoking.

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Garance Dore wrote about friendship, and we couldn't agree more with her thoughts.

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Have you guys seen the new trailer for the film The Bling Ring? If not, watch it now!! I'm obsessed with Emma Watson's amazing LA-girl accent, and, well, this whole movie in general.

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Haha, oh my god: Michael Shannon Reads the Insane Delta Gamma Sorority Letter. (This is obviously NSFW due to language.)

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Also funny: Jimmy Kimmel Gets Coachella Attendees to Lie About Liking Fake Bands. (Oh, hipsters!)

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I linked this on our Twitter yesterday (are you following us yet?), but if you didn't see it, it's good: 33 Absolutely Universal Truths About Fashion, from Buzzfeed.

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One more from Buzzfeed because oh my god, why didn't we think of these craft hacks? Genius.

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Beyonce Reveals Mrs. Carter Show Tour Wardrobe Sketches. I love seeing the "before" sketches of finished looks!

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21 Style Lessons from Disney Princesses, via Buzzfeed.

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It's that time of year when everyone seems to want a golden glow. InStyle has some great self-tanning tips from makeup artists to help you get your bronze on the safe way.

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Windows of New York is such a cool and unique idea for a blog!

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I know some of you get tired of ThoughtCatalog links, but I swear this article is really great and helpful: How I Did Research for 3 New York Times Bestselling Authors in My Spare Time.

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Ahh, thanks, scumbag internet.

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As members of the butterfly clip generation, we are so down with these.

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Also from Glamour, an important notice about the future of taxes on online purchases. I agree - this is definitely going to happen soon, so we should all be prepared!

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Acronyms/initialisms you see all the time, explained!

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Wow: Cheating to Learn: How a UCLA Professor Gamed a Game Theory Midterm.

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Lauren Conrad shares three healthy lunch ideas for busy girls.

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This DIY pearl and safety pin necklace is so simple and so cool! The best part? It's totally temporary! Genius.

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Want to get the "hair chalking" look while being good to your locks? Enter watercolor hydrating masques. (I've tried a variation on this with Manic Panic dye and mucho conditioner and it works great and washes out fast!)

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Such good points: 3 Reasons to Travel While We're Young.

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How to Wear Red Lipstick Like a Boss, from HelloGiggles. Tons of great shade recommendations!

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As an admitted Francophile, I obviously enjoyed this piece on bringing out your inner "French woman", whatever that means.

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Leading Men Age, But Their Love Interests Don't. Ugh, I have always thought that this was such a weird/gross double standard, and the charts really drive that point home.

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From Complex, 25 Things Every '90s Kid Wished They Could Do. It's true!

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Wow, this simple little trick for a super-long ponytail is a game-changer! How did I not know about this?

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In case you need a little romance in your life (or just a good cry): Top 10 Romantic Movies Currently on Netflix Instant.

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I saw this a few weeks ago but just realized we never linked it here! Reasons My Son Is Crying. Comedy gold.

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Hey, It's OK if You Don't Know What You Want to Be When You Grow Up. Truth!

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This is just beyond ridiculous: 5 Craziest Ways Men Have Censored Female Sexuality.

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I can't be the only one who is loooving Jennifer Lawrence's new hairdo, right? Do you guys love?

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Alexa Chung on Festival Fashion & Her Teenage Style. Will always love her look.

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Okay, this is officially on my to-do list: Make your own gold leaf top coat for less than $6!

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And this DIY photo album idea would be such a cool gift for a loved one or awesome conversation piece in your own home.

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Sandwich Art is such a cool concept! A dad draws his kids a sandwich bag picture a day.

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Another cool tutorial: Learn how to make your own portable art supply case.