8 Adorable Kids That Will Melt Your Heart

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10 Adorable Kids That Will Melt Your Heart

Ethan from CA, USA


Dana from Canada


Liva from The Netherlands


Remington from OK, USA


Olivia from NY, USA


Taeya from CA, USA


Miae from TN, USA


Sophia from FL, USA


Happy New Year & Congratulations to our Starz

2018 was an incredible year for the Looliez family and we’re looking forward

to an even better 2019!


A huge congratulations to all of our 2019 Looliez Starz




Rocco Winnock from London, UK


Kiara from Melbourne, Australia


Natalie from Richmond, VA, USA


Waverly from Dallas TX, USA


William from Melbourne, Australia


Charline from Winterville, NC, USA


Michel from Germany


Zuri from Waldorf, MD, USA


Olivia Reese from Nashville TN, USA


Suus from The Netherlands


hamza from Bosnia


Harlie from London, UK


Maddox from CA, USA


NYLA from Toronto, Canada


Jeylei from Oakland, CA, USA


Nevaeh & Jaliyah from The Netherlands


Wishing you and your families a wonderful and happy New Year!


With love,
The Looliez team

Meet Olivia, Brand Ambassador from the USA


1. Why did you decide to go into modeling?

I decided to get into modeling because it’s really something i’ve always wanted to do.

I never thought i’d be able to, but after a ton of hard work I get work all the time!

I’d like to encourage others who aren’t confident in themselves to really push themselves out of their comfort zones and try new things because that’s what I did and look where I am!

Don’t ever give up on your dreams. Hard work really does pay off.

2. How do you balance school and work?

Balancing school and work is definitely sometimes tricky. Most of the time when I find out I am booked for something on a school day I will let me teachers know and get all of my work in advance so I can work on it in the car and during breaks so I don’t ever get behind.

3. What has been the most exciting or fun job you’ve shot so far?

I would have to say one of the most fun jobs I have done was a music video shoot for Caroline Romano’s song “Ready!”

It was in a fancy diner and we stayed out shooting till 3am.

It was so much fun and everyone involved was so sweet and kind to me!!

You should totally go check out the video, it’s awesome!

4. What advice would you give to other young kids who want to pursue modeling?

The advice I would share is push yourself to try new things and never give up. I never thought I would be able to act or model and now after I have built up my resume, I get more work! I have worked so hard to earn all of the bookings I have gotten and all of my hard work really pays off. It is so much fun and when you enjoy what you’re doing, other people can really tell. No matter what others say about you, ignore them, work harder, and prove them wrong. You can do anything you set your mind to. I am living proof of that!

5. Who is your favorite child actor?

My favorite child actor is Jacob Tremblay. I chose Jacob because I absolutely love the movie “Wonder.” He is such a sweet little boy and a great role model for any child who wants to get into modeling or acting in the future. In the movie he plays a boy who has a facial deformity and the whole movie is very inspiring and just amazing! I’ve loved him ever since I saw it.

6. What is your least favorite thing about being a child actor?

I think my least favorite thing about being a child actor would probably be the negativity it sometimes draws. Some people automatically think differently of you and assume you think you’re better than them. A lot of people can be rude to you due to jealousy sometimes but it’s up to you to not let it bother you and realize you chose this career knowing this all could happen. Be positive, confident, and don’t let other’s opinions bother or get to you because it’s not worth it!

7.Who is your role model?

My role model is probably my mom. She is the most selfless person I know because she always puts others before herself. She supports me no matter what and is always there for me. I love her so much and she is my best friend!

What is your dream?

My dream is to be on a Disney or Nick show because when I was little all I looked forward to all day was coming home and watching my favorite TV shows. They meant so much to me and were such a big part of my childhood. I want to be a big part of little girls and boys lives when they are growing up and be a positive influence and role model for them!

9. What was your first modeling/ambassador job?

My first big modeling job was with one of my best friends for Jady K Boutique. a local We modeled clothes and did a photo shoot. It was super fun especially because I got to experience it with one of my close friends!

10. What is your dream job and/or for which brands would you dream of modeling?

I dream of modeling for big names like Converse, American Eagle, and Aeropastle just because they are brands that I wear everyday so it would feel super natural and I would feel confident  representing the brands!



Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liv.reese/


It’s time for the annual #looliezstarsearch!

LOOLIEZ is looking for 12 stellar kids up to the age of 14 to be featured in our STARZ of 2019 Calendar.

To participate:

1. Follow @mylooliez and @adorablemodeling on Instagram.

2. Repost this Image on your Instagram account and tag 3 friends who might like to be a part of Looliez Calendar.

3. Post a new picture of your child on your feed and use the hashtag #looliezstarsearch and tag @mylooliez.

4. Open a talent profile at Looliez.com. Its free and easy.

Send two high resolution images of your child’s best and most unique photos to 2019calendar@looliez.com.

You MUST add your profile link to your Instagram bio


Winners will:

Be featured on our social media pages.

Be featured on our email blast that goes out to our brand partners, global businesses and all members.

Be feature at Fabjnr.com


To qualify, all applicants must be members of Looliez.com.

Winners will be announced until Dec 30th via social media and e-mail.


We’re shooting for the STARZ and hope your child will join our search!


Looliez reserves the right to change the rules and term & conditions at any time.


LOOLIEZ is looking for stellar kids to be featured in our STARZ of 2019 Calendar

and we want to see your child’s photos!

We are looking for babies and kids up to age 14.

To participate, please complete the following by November 30th:


Send two high resolution images of your child’s best and most unique photos to 2019calendar@looliez.com

 Join our community – Like our Instagram (@mylooliez) and Facebook (@Looliez) pages

Post your child’s photo on Instagram, tag @mylooliez & hashtag #Looliezstar2019calendar Or #looliezstarsearch and repost this – Photo

Create a profile for your child on – www.looliez.com


Winners will be randomly selected and images sent to Looliez will be used in the calendar.


To qualify, all applicants must be members of Looliez.com.

Winners will be announced in the beginning of December via social media and e-mail.


We’re shooting for the STARZ and hope your child will join our search!


Looliez reserves the right to change the rules and conditions at any time.

A Parents Guide to Three Days in Austin, Texas

For those of you eager to visit the Lone Star State, and more specifically, Austin, rest assured it is absolutely kid-friendly.  We recently took a family trip with our 18 month old and were blown away by the incredible city.

While we were only there for three days, here is a list of the top 10 places we strongly recommend – and of course, all kid friendly!

The Thinkery – a museum all for kids! There was an incredible amount of things to do, we could have kept busy for hours!  From science to arts and crafts to exhibits, it was incredible.  On Saturday mornings from 9-10 am they have “Baby Bloomers” time just for the little ones ages 0-3.  A must see!  https://thinkeryaustin.org/

The South Congress Bridge Bats – between 5-7 pm every night (from March to November) hundreds of bats emerge from under the South Congress bridge and black out the sky with a visual show for all to see.  It’s an incredible sight that lasts about an hour, and all of the kiddos in attendance were in awe.  http://www.batsinaustin.com/

The Oasis – This is a great restaurant for moms, dads and kiddos!  Known as the “Sunset Capital of Texas” this restaurant sits atop Lake Travis and boasts incredible 180 degree views.  Whether you come for lunch or dinner, plan to relax and take in the sights.  We went about an hour before sunset and saw one of the most beautiful sunsets we had seen in a long time! It’s about 45 minutes west of Downtown Austin, but well worth the drive, and a beautiful one at that through Hill Country.  http://oasis-austin.com/

Austin Aquarium – An easy few hours for kiddos and parents, the Austin Aquarium was beautiful and had everything to keep us busy.  The experience was quite unique as they encourage kids to interact – touching and sometimes feeding sharks, rays, birds and fish. While our kid was soo young, the older kids there were having a grand ole time! They have a number of events as well so be sure to check out their calendar.  https://www.austinaquarium.com/

Salt Lick BBQ – For a true Texas experience, this can’t be missed!  About a 45 minute drive south-west of downtown, the Salt Lick is a famous family-style BBQ ranch in the middle of the Hill Country, with plenty of place for the kids to run around.  We met friends there and let me tell you – the food is absolutely delicious. We ate every single bite. Just a heads up it’s BYOB and cash only!  https://saltlickbbq.com/

JW Marriott Hotel – A beautiful and relatively new hotel, the JW had everything we needed and was within walking distance of bars, restaurants, and shopping downtown.  The rooms were nice, and while on the smaller side, we slept well and comfortably, even with a crib in the room.  The staff was incredible and catered to our every need.  It was one of the most enjoyable hotel stays we have had in a while! http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ausjw-jw-marriott-austin/

Food, food and more food!  We were never short of options for dining out in Downtown Austin.  In fact, our trip seemed to center around eating as the food was incredible.  If you’re looking for a nicer evening out, we strongly recommend  Red Ash (Italian –http://www.redashgrill.com/) or Swifty’s Attic (American small plates https://swiftsattic.com/) – but make reservations ahead!  For brunch, head over to Rainey Street http://www.raineystreetbars.com/ – there are a bunch of options and more kid-friendly during the day (as opposed to the evening when it becomes a bar-scene).

Austin Zoo – Everyone loves the zoo! We were amazed to learn more about the rescued animals that live at the Austin zoo and my son was in heaven as we walked around.  On the southwest edge of Austin, it’s a bit of a drive but well worth it (and you can head over to Salt Lick after!)   http://www.austinzoo.org/

Lady Bird Lake – In the heart of Austin, and generally a short walk from any hotels downtown, is the Ann and Roy Butler (named for Austin’s former mayor and his wife) Hike-and-Bike trail at Lady Bird Lake.  It’s a beautiful 10 mile urban path along the water’s edge where you can see the city with parks, outdoor recreation and all in all, just a wonderful walk. https://www.austintexas.gov/department/ann-and-roy-butler-hike-and-bike-trail

Zilker Park & Barton Springs Pool – One of Austin’s most famous parks, Zilker is a great place for a picnic and to relax with the family in a wide, open beautiful setting.  Just minutes from downtown (a short taxi ride or a bit longer walk), there is plenty to do including the Austin Nature & Science Center, Zilker Botanical Gardens, and the Barton Springs pool – a natural spring-fed pool with a year round temperature of 68 degrees – this is a must and open for year round swimming!  Oh, and it’s home to the endangered Barton Springs Salamander!  http://austintexas.gov/department/zilker-metropolitan-park