How to Make Your Meez Look Cute


Meez is an online social networking community where teens can create three-dimensional avatars reflecting their personal style and personality. To change a Meez's appearance, members can explore and choose from a plethora of items, including clothing and accessories. If you would like to make your Meez look stylish, you can experiment with the MeezMaker site feature to create the perfect look.

  • Log into your Meez account. Click "Shop" and select "MeezMaker." Find the "Change Look" tab to alter your Meez's physical appearance. Note that you can only see gender-specific items once you choose the sex of your Meez.

  • Change your Meez's appearance. Hover over the item of your choice to use the "Try On" site feature, which allows you to preview an item before you save it to your Meez's closet. If you like a particular item, click "Save." Otherwise, click "Undo Last Item."

  • Experiment with a wide variety of facial features, skin tones, eye colors and body types. Girl Meez avatars look particularly cute with updo hairstyles, cornrows, ponytails or layered bob hairstyles. For the guys, try close-cropped or short, layered haircuts or spiked hair. If you have a favorite sports team, try a fitted cap or colorful hat displaying your team's emblem.

  • Click the "Get Dressed" tab to select clothes and shoes for your Meez. You can choose from thousands of different tops, bottoms, dresses, jeans, sandals, sneakers and accessories. Try a jean skirt, pair of leggings or capri pants for a girl Meez. For a little extra pizazz, add a pair of platform shoes or sandals to the outfit. Select chunky earrings, a golden locket or cute barrettes to complete your look.

  • Get a pair of boots, sandals or cool sneakers for your guy Meez. Try skinny or regular-style jeans, khakis or surfer shorts and coordinate them with a hooded sweatshirt, polo shirt or tank top. Add a pair of shades or a watch to complete any look.

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