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OC HIGH / STUDENT NEWS AND VIEWS : Nailing It Down

July 22, 1994| Associated Press

Fingernails are important to teen-age girls, judging by how much nail polish they use. Simmons Market Research Bureau surveyed 3,000 teen-agers and found nail polish was their favorite cosmetic, with 71.6% of the young women saying they used it. Lipstick was a close second, used by 66.9%, followed by mascara at 59.9%, eye shadow at 54.5% and blush at 49.9%. The survey found working teens are more likely to use mascara, blush and foundation makeup than those who don't work.

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