She may only be an eleven-year-old girl, but Pixie Curtis is quite the businesswoman, and she is set to retire before she hits her sixteenth birthday. The daughter of Roxy Jacenko, Pixie pocketed millions of dollars selling fidget spinners and hair accessories and now creates content online showcasing her shopping hauls in which she reveals how much she purchases from stores buying cosmetics, designer fashion items, and luxury candles and other goods.
In the comments, some people questioned why an eleven-year-old needed such expensive beauty items.
“Way too spoilt. She’s a kid. Why does she need makeup?”
“Appreciate what you have is not real, but also acknowledge other kids who are doing it tough would like some of the things you have but don’t need. It’s just stuff,” one person wrote.
Back in 2021, Pixie’s mother revealed that her daughter had earned enough cash money that her daughter would be able to hang up her hat and retire at the age of fifteen if she wanted to – not that she would want to at that young age. Her mother is a successful public relations Queen who helped Pixie create two successful businesses Pixie’s Bows and a toy company Pixie’s Fidgets.
Estimates suggest that Pixie is going to earn about twenty-one million over the next decade. That’s a whole lot of money to take home before you even graduate from high school.
“You won’t need to worry; you can retire at 15 the way you’re going,” Roxy told her daughter in a joint interview she did with Pixie for Stellar Magazine back in 2021.
In May 2021, Pixie debuted her line of fidget toys in Australia and sold out for a whopping $200,000. That was a lot of toys to sell in a debut. They’ve been selling and selling ever since. However, Pixie had been in business before that. Her box company had been in operation since 2018, and she had estimated that she could be worth as much as $21 million by the time she turned 18 – and that was back in 2018 since the department store Myer had agreed to stock her bow company.
“You know, what is the most exciting for me is the entrepreneurial spirit that she has at such a young age,” she told the magazine. “I never had it, although it was drummed into me that I had to succeed. When I was 14, I got a job at McDonald’s because that’s what you did back in my day. So, I guess to me, the biggest thing is her drive as an entrepreneur. Yes, I’ve enabled it, but she’s still got it, which is, for me, the most rewarding part.”