Alix Earle Dripping Wet In Bikini Outdoor Shower
Outdoor Shower Fun
Enjoying the warm summer sun, Alix washed off her body in an outdoor shower area near the beach. She wore a brightly colored underwire bikini that gave her twins a little lift. The influencer flipped her blonde locks as she was rinsing off her tanned skin.
"Never wanted to be water so bad," a fan wrote in the comments.
"Sexy shower moment," another one chimed in.
At only 22 years old, Alix has achieved major success as an influencer and digital creator. She is one of the fastest-growing personalities on TikTok, with over 5.3 million followers. Most of her content shows her everyday life - from makeup tips to fun parties, which is quite popular among fans.
An Instagram Baddie
On Instagram, she is a certified baddie! Her perfectly curated feed displays a mix of sexy OOTD pics and titillating bikini snaps. Fronting her skinny but curvy frame, Alix never fails to keep her adoring fans glued to her social media updates.
It All Started With Acne
In a recent interview with Howard Stern, the famous influencer looked back on how her sudden success started. According to Alix, it was a post about her acne flare-up that led her to stardom. Many related to her skin issues and she started to develop a following.
“I posted about [my acne] and then the followers started to come in … which is crazy, because I was trying for the opposite for three years and then the second I stopped trying to be the hot, pretty, picture perfect girl, is when things started to take off.”
On Her Boob Job
In the same interview, Alix also got candid about her boob job. As she wants to be authentic, she documented her journey and shared her experience with her fans. She even threw a "booby party" to celebrate the anniversary of her surgery.
Keeping It Real
As her star continues to rise, Alix vows that she would never lie to her followers and will always "keep it real". “I would never go on the internet and lie or not say something … like, ‘Oh yeah, they just grew overnight?’ No, so got to keep it real.”