Most Women Apply Makeup While Driving: Research

by Bidita Debnath on  August 4, 2013 at 10:26 PM Research News
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Mornings can be hectic for women. A new research reveals that most women end up applying makeup when they are behind the wheel.
 Most Women Apply Makeup While Driving: Research
Most Women Apply Makeup While Driving: Research

The research, conducted by Debra Robson LDN clinic, shows that 43 percent of the respondents admitted that they apply makeup in their cars on the daily commute, even though they know it's wrong.

As much as 42 percent use the car's rear-view mirror to adjust their makeup, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

"We all know putting makeup on in the car is wrong, but nearly half of us do it," said Robson.

"It's because most professional women do everything in a rush, particularly in the mornings when they are juggling a multitude of tasks," she added.

Commuters mostly apply lip gloss, mascara, lipstick, bronzer and eyeliner.

Source: IANS

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