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TEENA'S ROOM BOASTS A DRESSING TABLE PILED HEAVY WITH TOILET ARTICLES question 12a: Which of the following items do you, yourself, use regularly? [[two column table]] | % ---|--- Soap | 100 Tooth paste | 100 Lipstick | 93 Shampoo | 90 Deodorant | 84 Hand cream | 77 Nail polish | 65 Dusting powder | 65 Face powder | 61 Face cream | 38 Leg make-up|18 Cake make-up | 17 Rouge | 12 Mascara | 6 Eyebrow pencil | 6 [[/table]] footnote: This table lists the fifteen products asked about, with the percentage of teen-agers who use each. 54[[page]] AND SHE BUYS MANY OF THESE AT HER LOCAL DRUG OR DEPARTMENT STORE question 12b: At what type of store do you usually buy your cosmetics? [[two column table]] | % ---|--- Department store | 44 Drug store | 44 Dime store | 18 Other type | 2 Do not use cosmetics | 1 [[/table]] footnote: It is possible that the percentage for dime stores is somewhat deflated because they are less impressive places to mention. But it is significant to note that a number of the products used by Teena (see pages 58 to 72) can only be bought in drug or department stores. [[image - line drawing illustration of man standing behind a cosmetic counter piled high]] 55[[page]]
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