Amanda Bynes

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College Candy is trying to woo Amanda Bynes—but no such luck.

In response to a post called "5 Reasons Why You Should Be BFFs With Amanda Bynes," the 26-year-old starlet tweeted about the attached pic, which was of her and another girl: "We look awful, I look fat in that photo you chose, which doesn't help my eating disorder."

Bynes tweeted earlier this month about having an eating disorder, writing that she has "a hard time staying thin."

Next, she gave half a tip of the hat, half a wag of the finger to Life & Style for an article that questioned her behavior but was posted with a photo that Bynes deemed OK.

"@Life_and_Style That's a good pic! Thanks, but please stop saying I have erratic behavior," she tweeted. "I'm being harassed by paps who take the worst pics. Thanks for picking a good one!"

The Hairspray star also retweeted Life & Style's link to the story. The magazine's photo of choice online was one taken yesterday of Bynes sporting sleek, straight hair after a trip to the salon. (As was the College Candy pic, but that one was taken of Bynes from the side.)

"I love this one," she concluded, tweeting a link to an E! Online story from March that apparently got a thumbs-up in the photo department.

While out for the blow-dry yesterday, Bynes also made a stop at Lord & Taylor. She didn't buy anything, but, a department store source exclusively tells E! News, she did spend quite a bit of time checking herself out in one of the New York City shopping landmark's many mirrors.

The source says that Bynes was easily recognizable from the pictures of her that seemingly pop up every day now, via the paparazzi or her own Twitter account.

"She looked exactly the same," the source says. "The piercings in her cheeks, that's what gave her away."

—Additional reporting by Emily Shapiro

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