With hashtags like #SmellsAmazeballs and #GoneByMorning, the app perfectly captures the way girls talk, and the things that matter most to them. Even guys are getting in on the fun, taking to Twitter to boast about their #SweetThreads or #StrongHands.
For the record, Lulu does not let girls review guys' penis size or income. When it comes to sensitive matters like those, the most outrageous Lulu ever gets is a sly reference to #Big.Feet or #TrumpInTraining.
Available on iOS and Android platforms, you can log into Lulu via your Facebook account, but Lulu NEVER posts to Facebook. All girls are always anonymous on Lulu, and their activities are always private.
The daughter of a Chinese-Jamaican father and a Canadian mother, Alexandra grew up in
, a small beach town in
. An avid tennis player since the age of 6, Alexandra later went on to represent her native
on the world tennis scene as part of the Jamaican Olympic Team and the Federation Cup team.
Alexandra studied Law at the
London School of Economics
. She then joined the pioneering music licensing company Ricall, where she helped make it more efficient to clear music permissions for television advertising. Inspired by the drive and entrepreneurial energy around her, Alexandra knew from that moment that she wanted to launch her own venture.
Lulu is the smart girl's app for private reviews and recommendations of guys.
Lulu takes its cues from the real world: we meet a guy and think he's cute, but want to know if he's the dreamboat he appears to be or every girl's worst nightmare. So we ask our girlfriends, and look him up on Facebook and Google. It's a private, fun ritual we all indulge in, often complicated by the fact that we don't want the guy to know we're checking out his creds. We created Lulu to give girls another useful tool to date more intelligently.