She notched up her incredible resemblance to her mother Lori Loughlin’s Full House character last week when she dyed her brunette tresses red.
And Olivia Jade showed off her glamorous new hair while highlighting her stellar figure in a crop top on Tuesday night as she arrived at the Casablanca fashion event at the Maxfield Gallery in West Hollywood.
The 22-year-old YouTuber light up the evening with her bright colored ensemble by Casablanca as she arrived at the popular celebrity gathering spot.
On the town: Olivia Jade, 22, highlighted her stellar figure in a knit crop top as she arrived at the Casablanca fashion event at the Maxfield Gallery in West Hollywood on Tuesday night
Olivia emphasized her fit arms and her flat tummy with her knit crop top, which had a halter collar and was decorated with zigzagging pastel stripes.
She kept the spotlight on the muted colors with her high-waisted white slacks, and she complemented her top with a pair of pale pink heels with pointy toes.
The beauty influencer accessorized with a thick green clutch decorated with large green beads, and she kept her phone at the ready in her other hand.
Colorful: Olivia emphasized her fit arms and her flat tummy with her knit crop top, which had a halter collar and was decorated with zigzagging pastel stripes
Woman in white: She kept the spotlight on the muted colors with her high-waisted white slacks, and she complemented her top with a pair of pale pink heels with pointy toes
Olivia showed off her lustrous reddened locks, which were parted just off center and style din thick waves draped dramatically over her shoulders.
They framed her impeccably made-up face and a set of thick gold hoop earrings.
Olivia recently launched a podcast called Conversation with Olivia, a show where she discussed online trolls.
She pointed to the phenomenon of bullying as she stated, ‘I hope that one day our society starts to judge people based on personal experiences instead of this band wagon bullying effect.’
Seeing green: The beauty influencer accessorized with a thick green clutch decorated with large green beads, and she kept her phone at the ready in her other hand
Olivia recently said on her podcast Conversation with Olivia that she’s hopes ;that one day our society starts to judge people based on personal experiences instead of this band wagon bullying effect’
Olivia added that ‘Nine out of ten times [there] is an extremely insecure and sad person sitting behind the screen. Bullying is the most cowardly form of human interaction, ever.’
Speaking on the subject of online criticism the star said, ‘I’d be a complete liar if I said negativity and comments don’t hurt my feelings. I am a pretty sensitive human.’
And the star touched on ‘themes of authenticity, acceptance, and vulnerability.’
She shared: ‘I want everyone listening to be able to resonate with a guest or even take some of the tools that I am being taught and apply them in their own lives,’ she said about her new endeavor.
Many of the negative comments Olivia received were likely related to the criminal behavior of her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli.
Controversy: Many of the negative comments Olivia received were likely related to the criminal behavior of her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli
She has been vague about any knowledge she may have had of her parents’ illegal activities as they tried to get her into the University of Southern California on the rowing team, despite her having no experience with the sport.
In 2019, an insider claimed to Us Weekly that Olivia ‘fully knew what her parents did to get her into USC.’
According to the source, the influencer simply ‘didn’t think there was anything wrong with it.’
They added that she ‘didn’t get into any other California schools.’
Punished: Both Lori and Mossimo served jail time for the participation in the college admissions scandal. They paid Rick Singer $500,000 to help her get into college and misrepresented her as a recruit for USC’s rowing team; seen in 2019 in Boston
Elements of the charging documents against Olivia’s parents also suggested she may have known about her parents’ deceptions as they tried to get her into college.
The documents include reference from her father to a meeting with Rick Singer — to whom he and Lori paid $500,000 — that would have featured his daughters, according to Vanity Fair.
However, it’s not known if the meeting ever took place.
Loughlin also CC’d Olivia on an email to one of the cooperating witnesses in the case, which mentioned her ‘meddling’ guidance counselor and was requesting help in filling out the application, which Singer and his associates later took care of for Olivia.
Despite the potential connections to the case, she was never charged with a crime.
More than 50 people were eventually charged as part of the college admissions scandal investigation, which found that more than 30 people had paid over $25 million to Singer to inflate their children’s exam scores and to bribe college admissions officials.
Curious: Olivia was never charged, but her father alluded to a potential meeting with her and those involved in the scandal, and her mother CC’d her on an incriminating email listed in the charging documents; seen March 22 in Hollywood
Several high-profile individuals were wrapped up in the investigation, including Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest service mail fraud and was sentenced for 14 days in prison.
Lori was sentenced to two months in prison after she changed her plea to guilty for a single felony count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.
Mossimo pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and honest services wire and mail fraud, which earned him five months in prison.
He ended up getting a break when prison officials allowed him to finish the final two weeks of his sentence on house arrest.