Life Beyond Lipgloss – 05/17/13

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It’s the end of another week! Over the last few days we learned some eyelining tips from makeup artist Elle Leary, salivated over MAC’s Baking Beauties collection and were spellbound by L’Oreal’s Magic De-Crease Eyelid Primer. But life is about more than beauty products, here are a few links that made us happy this week:

Our image this week comes from a fascinating collection of screenshots culled from Google’s omniscient cameras. Canadian artist Jon Rafman searches Google Street View and collects screenshots of his most amazing discoveries. – 30 Shocking and Unexpected Google Street View Photos

While you might be looking for an easy beach read right now, why not go for something with a little more depth? Real Simple has compiled a list of must-reads by asking renowned authors from every genre to share a book that profoundly moved them. How many have you read? – 50 Great Books That Will Change Your Life

Speaking of profound, last week marked the 20th year anniversary of the seminal “Donna Martin Graduates” episode of ‘Beverly Hills 90210.’ (You know which episode I mean!) To celebrate, Vulture caught up with Tori Spelling to get the scoop on the well-loved (and mocked) episode. – Tori Spelling on the 20th Anniversary of 90210’s ‘Donna Martin Graduates’ Episode

A decade later, and we are still mourning the passing of ‘Freaks and Geeks.’ If you are as well, here’s a little something to add some groove to your afternoon: Bill Haverchick, ladies

Readers – what were reading on the internet this week?

Tyna, co-founder and co-editor of wht, worries about becoming a crazy cat lady, reads at least a book a week, checks in at a Flyers fan forum every morning and is forever (some say obsessively) organizing her closets and drawers.

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    rachelshay

    I am in love with Real Simple’s list of 50 books that will change your life…thank you VERY much for sharing it. I actually own several of the books, and have never read them. It makes me want to start up a book club in my new state, as I miss the group that I met with in Germany. It is priceless to have a list of intelligent, facsinating gems like the books that made this list.

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