Decoded: on fleek
While the term has been on Urban Dictionary since 2003, it didn't become a major social phenomenon until 2014 in a profanity-heavy (warning!) Vine posted by "Peaches Monroee." In the Vine, Monroee describes her eyebrows as being "on fleek" on her way to an event. From those 6 seconds, the millennial term that continues to crush the social media game was born.
While "on fleek" is generally used to describe eyebrows (what's up Delevigne), it has a variety of relevant uses:
"Girl that outfit is on fleek!"
"Eyebag game on fleek today...got no sleep last night!"
"Italy's gelato game was on fleek when I went abroad."
"The orange juice to champagne ratio in this mimosa is on fleek."
Here's how some celebs are using "on fleek":
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