There is a long-held belief that girls are the only ones who can appreciate bubblegums and that bubblegummy flavored creams are the future of perfume.
However, there is now evidence that girls may also be buying bubblegummies for their makeup.
According to a new study by researchers at the University of Maryland, “girls are buying makeup that is designed to look like bubblegUM for the first time, and this trend is accelerating.”
The study surveyed 7,500 women in the United States who are between the ages of 14 and 29, and found that they were more likely to buy cosmetics that mimicked the texture of bubble gum than cosmetics that were more natural.
The study also found that girls were buying bubble gums in greater amounts than boys, with nearly three times as many girls buying them.
According the researchers, the trend started with the rise of the new fad of bubble gummy flavored candies, which have been gaining popularity over the past year.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 7.5 million people in the U.S. use bubblegummied makeup, including 2.3 million in the first three months of 2017.
The researchers found that, in 2017, the percentage of women buying makeup with bubbleguma-flavored ingredients increased from 22 percent to 38 percent, but the percentage buying makeup without bubblegumo-flavor increased from 14 percent to 27 percent.
The authors of the study suggest that girls, as well as boys, may be buying makeup to look more feminine and appealing.
“These girls may be taking a leap of faith and buying more feminine-looking cosmetics for their beauty routines,” Dr. Sarah L. Moll, a clinical psychologist at the Center for Addiction and Mental Health, told Healthline.
“We’re seeing a new generation of girls who are not only being inspired by the glamour of makeup, but they’re also using it to make themselves more attractive.”
The researchers say that there is a correlation between this trend and the increase in girls wearing makeup.
While a lot of girls use makeup in a way that is not meant to be provocative, it may also reinforce gender stereotypes that are harmful to women.
According an article by the Wall Street Journal, there are a number of factors that may be playing a role in girls buying bubble gum-flavored makeup.
One of the biggest culprits is that, like many products that are marketed to girls, makeup marketed to boys may have a different texture and appearance, and that may lead girls to believe that the product is the same as that of a boy.
While some girls may not be using the same ingredients that boys are, the researchers say there may be some benefit to using makeup for makeup.
The study, published in the journal Cosmetic Research, said that there are two main ways in which women are using makeup: buying it for its texture and the appearance, or for its makeup-like qualities.
The researchers said that the popularity of bubble-gum flavored makeup may be because of girls not being taught how to apply makeup properly.
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article, they also said that women may be spending more money on cosmetics that are designed to be more appealing, but also because of the fact that makeup brands may be making them more accessible.
According another article in the Wall-Street Journal, the bubblegumbo-flaunted beauty industry may have more to do with the fact girls are spending more on makeup.
In this case, the cosmetics are marketed towards girls as part of a broader trend of buying beauty products designed to appeal to girls.
According the Wall St. Journal, in the last two years, the market for women’s makeup rose from $2.8 billion to $7.5 billion, with a 70 percent increase in sales for the category.
The cosmetics market is a booming one for women and men, as more and more women are trying to find products that appeal to their gender.
The findings of this new study suggests that girls could be purchasing makeup for their looks in greater numbers than boys.
While there is still a lot that we don’t know about this phenomenon, the study does highlight a trend that could help the makeup industry stay ahead of the trend.