On Fleek (slang)
Also spelled: On-Fleek
What does On Fleek mean?
On point, perfect, or flawless.
On fleek Synonyms: Stunnin’, On point
Coined by: Kayla Newman
Origin: In 2014, “On Fleek” was popularized by Chicago-area teen Kayla Newman, after she posted a video on Vine on June 21, 2014 under her username “Peaches Monroee.” In which, she described her eyebrows as being “on fleek.”
Example sentence: “I just cleaned my car now it’s on fleek.”
On Fleek in songs:
“Who that on fleek in the cut? (Cardi)” – Cardi B, Bartier Cardi.