These fashion and beauty Instagrammers under 10 are giving us the trendy content we didn't know we needed

Five-year-old Stefani Chaglar recreates Janelle Monáe's 2019 Met Gala look
Five-year-old Stefani Chaglar recreates Janelle Monáe's 2019 Met Gala look

Generation Z is here, and by popular demand, they are taking over social media. These are the smart kids who grow up with smartphones, do homework on Ipads, take selfies and watch YouTube videos.

They pull us into the world of cuteness with their camera-confidence, intellect and enviable wardrobes.

In the age of influencers, these children serve up killer sartorial and beauty inspiration for kids around the world, and with a strong support system the world is theirs. 

According to the 2019 influencer marketing global survey conducted by Rakuten Marketing, there is a significant growth power of influencers.

The survey spanning five countries revealed that fashion and cosmetic brands are slowly shifting from celebrity towards influencers and these toddlers are surly the leaders of their generation.

Here is our list of the best fashion and beauty children-influencers five years and younger. 

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The toddlers who has become more than an internet sensation by stealing the hearts of many on social media and in the U.S. entertainment industry is four-year-old ZaZa. She has been celebrated for her dance moves and the, in her own words, “bad and boujee” attitude she embodies.

As Zaza performs the latest songs and dance moves she is often dressed in the most stylish age-appropriate outfits. A tie dye outfit, retro small glasses, statement earrings, laid edges and standout hair clips, this toddler has rocked all these trends. These are out favourite fashion moments from Zaza.

Stefani Chaglar 

Five-year-old Stefani Chaglar has impressed many by her cunning ability to embody recreated fashion looks from some of the most stylist celebrities.

The toddler has built an adoring Instagram following of more than 260 000 as she is swathed in foil for metallic looks, centimetres upon centimetres of colourful paper decorated by colouring pens and scrunched up newspapers while stilted on her artist mother’s high heels.

Young Stefani has executed top designer looks worn by Rihanna, Zendaya, Beyoncé and even Meghan Markle – among many others. As she continues to make Instagram her runway, these are our favourites from her latest looks.

Khumo Mahlangu 

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Khumo is Mome and Tol Ass Mo’s brilliant daughter who has more than 30 000 Instagram followers.

The talented five-year-old has her own children's beauty range that includes shampoos, conditioners and face creams for children's pampering. 

Khumo told Mome: "I want so we can make dollars and I can buy lots of toys for all the kids in Africa."

Put on your shades, Khumo's future is too bright. 

Millie-Belle Diamond 

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At just four years old, Millie-Belle Diamond has her own fashion label, and has even walked the runway at New York Fashion Week, as reported in the Daily Mail

The tiny Instagram star has 399 000 followers on Instagram, and has travel experiences many of us can only can dream of. 

Did we mention she poses like professional model in pictures? At four years old.

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Baby Chanco 

Baby Chanco became an internet sensation in 2017 for her thick luscious hair that many adults can only dream of achieving.

According to the Daily Mail, the one-year-old is now the star of a Pantene shampoo commercial, and it's the cutest thing I've ever watched.

She has amassed over 401 000 followers on Instagram thanks to her gorgeous hair and carefree personality.

Jayde Robinson

Jayde is seriously the coolest hair influencer out there. She has close to 200 000 YouTube subscribers and 507 000 Instagram followers. 

This little girl with a big personality has been giving us hair tutorials since she could basically talk. She's very confident in her hair styling abilities and it's so infectious. 

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Kairo Forbes 

Kairo is one of the most adored celebrity children in South Africa. The daughter of DJ Zinhle and AKA has been serving us the most heart-warming pictures and videos on her Instagram page.

We have no doubt that every single cute dress and hair-do she wears becomes an instant must-have. 


Coco is a bonafide street style star with well over 600k followers on Instagram. She’s one of the few eight-year-olds who probably prefer Gucci over princess dresses.

We’ve seen her effortlessly rocking clothes from brands including Burberry and Moschino. 

We suspect her inspiration and love for fashion could come from her parents who own a vintage clothing store in Tokyo, according to Vogue

Brace yourself, the age of fashion and beauty child influencers has just begun, and we can't wait to see where the future takes us.

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