Parents, particularly, first time parents, will always be worried about how their kids will turn out. Perhaps it’s because we all know how we behaved when we were kids, particularly how horribly we behaved when we were teenagers. But I have learned not to beat up myself over the possibilities, and you should, too. Remember that your child interacts with a lot of different people and culture, and his formation is not solely influenced by the parents.
What you can do, instead, is to make sure that you are always available when she needs you, though you should restrain yourself from forcing her to come to you. Teenagers are somewhat naturally rebellious and the more you oblige them to do something, the more they might reject it.
Just make sure that you are there to support her, sometimes against your will and what you feel is right, and remember that being a teenager is just a phase. However, depending on how this phase turns out, it may be the closest bonding moments you’ll have as a parent-and-child team, or it can strain the relationship altogether.
Never mind the petty fights, the weird dress up, the small vices (even this sometimes you need to let go). As long as your child has the same definitions of acceptable deeds, has not committed a crime, has developed healthy relationships with other people, can stand on her own, and if she can still talk to you and shows you respect, then you will know that you have been a good parent.