Mia Aflalo, 5, from Tel Aviv, Israel, has hair unlike other children her age.
Her volumised locks have caught the attention of Instagrammers who cant get over her sophisticated dos.
She often poses for the camera with sleek hairstyles and glamorous outfits.
The youngster now has a following of nearly 50,000 and despite her growing popularity, many have expressed concerns over her use, they say, of hair extensions and exposing someone to fame at such a young age.
Shes been captured wearing gowns, jewellery and fancy dresses.
And shes not as much of a diva as one might expect at her age, said her stylist Sagi Dahari who said Mia is very easy to work with and does not complain or argue, preferring to wait patiently and smile at everyone.
But many have commented on the social media page saying its inappropriate for her to be thrust into the limelight.
You should stop exposing her to the world and start protecting her, one comment read.
Its not just the friends you want to impress who go on Instagram, there are bad people everywhere. You are endangering her life as well as her present and future mental health.
And they were not alone in their concern.
Exploiting her at such a young age is wrong, said another.
Let her be a kid, play around and get dirty not used as your personal doll.
Others worried about the use of products in her hair:
She looks super cute, love her hair, but Im just wondering if youre using a hot iron and spray in her hair, another wrote.
Wont it ruin her hair growth and possibly give her hair loss issues when shes older?
A few came to Mia and her parents defence though.
One woman wrote: I hardly think this child cares how she looks for random strangers on the internet. She most likely feels beautiful and confident, as she is!
None of this is any of our business, shes not our child so these comments and opinions dont matter so until she becomes your child, shut up.
What are your thoughts?