It Girl is a new game on Facebook for girls that has become extremely popular in a short period of time. The game lets you to customize your girl’s look, shop at all sorts of stores for new clothes, earn money and spend money on the clothes and going to the salon in order to increase your “hotness”, and build your “clique”, as well as building up your “closet bonus” by increasing the size of your clothing collection. No matter which clothing items you’re wearing or not wearing. All of this goes towards winning “showdowns” against other girls, which earns you money and experience points.
First of all, for a very quick money boost while you are playing It Girl, click the “like” button on the Facebook account of It Girl to receive instant 300 cash. Time after time, you will get free cash in It Girl, but there is a limit to how much free cash will just dump on the ground. Around 10 free wads of cash at the most will fall at a time, so pick them up every 10 hours or so to make as much free cash as possible.
Money is not the most important necessity in It Girl. As long as you gain energy, confidence and experience points, that is enough. However, you will need it to buy you confidence boosters (such as bronzer and makeup), and energy boosters (fancy coffee drinks and energy drinks). You can store it in your purse rather using it right away. The spent energy and confidence will replenish when you level up, so don’t waste the energy boosters when you are close to levelling.
Building a “clique” makes it easier for you to win on “showdowns”. By inviting your Facebook Friends to play the game means you are building a “clique”.
You can dress your character as many as you like to earn “hotness” points. The primary goal of dressing is to gain hotness points. Your character’s hotness will still increase even it looks ridiculous. Dress appropriately for each event, because if you wear clothing that is irrelevant to the particular event that you attend (I.E. wear a black tie item to an outdoor party), they won’t count toward your hotness. However, when you engage in showdowns on the street, in salons or in stores, all of the clothing items you are wearing will count toward your hotness.
Build up your closet points by buying cheap items of clothing, no matter how low their hotness level is. Just load your closet up with items in general. Even if you never wear them, they still contribute to your “hotness.”