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Picture this: You know you've got to buy a gift for the teen girl in your life the big holiday is here, folks! Now you're stressed because honestly, what does being a "teen" even mean? The age range spans from middle school to college, after all. Plus, it always feels like whatever you buy them, they're just going to return anyway in exchange for something better. Which, fair, but you want to be the cool person who gives them cool gifts they don't hate!
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When it comes to shopping for gifts for teenage girls, the struggle is real. One day they are into something, the next day they are on to something new. But luckily, we've done the hard work for you this year in the hopes that we can make your to-do list just a little bit lighter, and if you're worried about exactly which of these great gifts to get her, you might want to opt for more than one. We've found the absolute best gifts for teenage girls, and we can practically guarantee that at least one thing here will appeal to your daughter's particular style. From affordable trinkets to big-ticket items, even the pickiest teenage girl out there is bound to fall in love with these teenage girl gifts. Some of the best gifts for teenage girls are those that teach them something new and help them grow. Got some tweens or younger to shop for in addition to a teen?
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Teenage girls will experience many physical and emotional changes, including breast development, pubic hair growth, and their first periods. Every girl will develop at a different rate than her peers. Typically, puberty can begin as early as age 8, some girls may develop earlier and some later. The changes can be quick or gradual.
A study of teenage girls' selfie-taking behaviors found that taking and sharing selfies on social media is not linked to poor body image or appearance concerns. However, when adolescent girls spend too much time agonizing over which photo of themselves to post, or rely heavily on editing apps to alter their images, there may be cause for concern. The study, by researchers at the University of Arizona, found that selfie editing and time invested in creating and selecting the perfect selfie were both related to self-objectification, which led to body shame, appearance anxiety and more negative appearance evaluations in teen girls.