Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Chases Her Mom’s Star Power As a Rising YouTube Beauty Guru!
Her mom kicked off her showbiz career at age 11, and now, Lori Loughlin’s teenage daughter is also making a name for herself.
Loughlin’s 17-year-old daughter, Olivia Jade, has been building a loyal following with makeup tutorials on YouTube and has now surpassed 600,000 followers.
“It’s grown a lot and it’s more of a blessing than anything and I love it,” the gorgeous brunette told ET of her YouTube channel last April.
“[Makeup’s] something I really love doing, so I just put up tutorials,” she added. “Obviously, I’m not professional and I don’t really know what I’m doing logistically, but it’s fun.”
The teen’s video tutorials cover everything from how to apply eyelash extensions to perfecting glittery eyeshadow.
Olivia also noted how she loves the opportunity to connect with her subscribers, something her mom has taught her comes with a level of responsibility.
“She can interact with people and there’s a lot of younger girls that like to talk to her,” Loughlin told ET. “You’ve been in a position to give some advice or support and be a sympathetic ear. I think that is nice and I always say to Olivia, ‘You always have to be mindful of everything you’re posting and saying and doing because you do have younger girls now that are following you and you’ve put yourself in this position of being somewhat of a role model.’”
Meanwhile, Loughlin’s 18-year-old daughter, Bella, is also grabbing some of the family spotlight, having recently starred with her mom in the Hallmark movie Every Christmas Has a Story.
It’s no surprise that the gorgeous girls are confidently forging ahead with their dreams. Loughlin, who kicked off a modelling career at the age of 11, also filled ET in on how her daughters frequently outdo her.
“Even when I’m home, I don’t put them to bed,” said the 52-year-old Fuller House star. “They’re up way later than I am. At nine o’clock, I’m like, ‘I need to go to bed.’ They need to tuck me in.”
See Loughlin chat more about her children in the video below.