Whether you remember what you blew up, mixed together, or concocted in your parents' basement back in your elementary school years, I'm sure you've participated in a science fair or two in your day. Recently, at the third- and fifth-grade science fair at Jamaica Elementary School in Arizona, one young participant performed her experiment on nail polish.

According to the area's local paper, Today's News-Herald, this student's scientific test, "The 10-Day No-Chip Challenge," analyzed which brand of long-lasting polish did indeed last the longest. After applying Maybelline, Sally Hansen, Revlon, Wet 'n' Wild, and Rimmel polishes on each finger, the student then documented which one best resisted chipping over the course of the 10-day investigation. The winner? Wet 'n' Wild's MegaLast. Have you a similar result with the drugstore brand?