Lola is a sharp-tongued beauty queen. She carries a great sense of self-importance, and is always ready to be on the offense if someone crosses her. She can be quite materialistic and will go to great lengths to get what she wants. She is particularly skilled at making money (even if she must deceive others), and dedicates much of her time to winning beauty pageants. Despite being image-focused she takes school seriously, and makes it a point to get her work done in order to allow her the flexibility to focus on pageant training. Lola's interests include anything girly - this includes fashion shows, makeup, and posing for photo shoots. She is constantly claiming how beautiful she is, and can't look away from a mirror for more than five seconds, which gets on everybody's nerves. Even though she is determined to get her way most of the time, she often shows remorse or guilt if she hurts the feelings of one of her family members.
As seen in a few episodes (such as "Undie Pressure", "Sound of Silence", and "A Tattler's Tale"), she is skilled at plotting and scheming to get her way. She has the most tense temper of all of the siblings, and so her siblings, especially Lincoln, are careful not to get on her bad side and to carry the mandates she demands.
However, in spite of her strident and self-centered nature, Lola is also compassionate as she loves her siblings. She is always grateful for Lincoln's kindness towards her, and usually appreciates her family's company. At times, she has shown herself to be capable of humility and selflessness when compelled to let go of her own needs, so she isn't completely heartless. In addition, when one of her siblings is in trouble, she shows genuine concern, and often cooperates with her other siblings to cheer them up. One example is when she helped all her siblings pass a test they didn't study for, even if she failed her own during "No Place Like Homeschool".
"Lola Loud is a pageant powerhouse, whose interests include glitter, photo shoots, and her own beautiful, beautiful face. But underneath all the sugar and spice, lurks a troublemaking mastermind. Lola is the ears and eyes of the Loud House... it's best to stay on her good side!"
Lola has long blonde hair that she wears down, and a tuft of hair on top of her head pointed to the right. She is missing her front teeth, like her twin, Lana. She wears a princess attire; a long pink gown and a light pink sash, a white pearl necklace around her neck, long pink gloves, white earrings, pink high heels, and a tiara on her head.
During development, Lola's dress was more frilly, her sash was white, her tiara was more decorative, and she had a ponytail, and her front teeth.
Her swim wear is a swimming dress called a "swim gown", and she uses plastic wrap to protect her outfit when she's swimming, because she doesn't like to be splashed with water. Her nightwear is a pink nightgown, that looks similar to her normal attire, except it doesn't have a sash, or a white pearl necklace attached to her pink gown. She doesn't wear pink gloves, either. It sometimes has short, poofy sleeves on it, as shown in "Room with a Feud". Her snow attire is a pink tundra coat with matching pants, light pink earmuffs, and purple mittens with matching boots.
Lola's tiara is a black wire tiara that she wears in almost every episode she appears in. The only time she doesn't wear it is when she sleeps. So far, the tiara had prominence in the episode "A Tattler's Tale", where she hooked a microphone to it, in order to hear her siblings talk about their secrets.
In an alternate universe where the sisters are boys, Lola is a boy named Lexx. Similar to Lola, Lexx is dressed like a prince, and drives a toy car similar to Lola's pink one. Unlike Lola, who is missing her front teeth, Lexx is missing his canines.
Lexx shares similar personalities with Lola, such as having a rivalry towards his brother Leif (Lana), and threatening to tell on Mom. However, he is hostile toward Lincoln, laughing at him after Luke (Luna) uses him to clean the toilet, when Leon (Lily) bites his thumb when he gets a "boo-boo", and stealing two of his shirts, because his were dirty. He also plays keep-away with the time watch Lincoln needed to get back home. He also calls Lincoln a loser, which is an insult neither Lola, nor any of his other sisters have ever called him.
In another alternate universe, Lexx is shown to be caring towards Lincoln, who is a girl named Linka here, similar to Lola.
Lexx eventually ceases to exist when it was revealed the entire adventure was just a dream.
Queen of Diamonds
In the minicomic Deuces Wild! and its animated adaptation, Lola interprets the superheroine called Queen of Diamonds, who is also one of Ace Savvy's sidekicks. Her power is using her diamond cape to shine bright light on her target and blind them. In the comic, she is summoned by Savvy (played by Lincoln) alongside the rest of Savvy's deck (played by the rest of her sisters) to help him and One-Eyed Jack (played by Clyde) to defeat the gas monster. After they defeat it, they prepared to fight against a garbage monster. This was a fantasy Lincoln and Clyde had, based on changing Lily's diaper and taking the trash out.
She appears in Lincoln and Clyde's comic they made up for a contest in "Pulp Friction", where she throws her diamond tiara to stop some thugs.
In "Kings of the Con", she dresses as the Queen of Diamonds for a convention, impressing everybody there along with her sisters.
The Queen of Diamonds wears a diamond tiara, diamond earrings, a deep pink cape with white lining and a diamond pattern, a pale pink dress with a diamond insignia on the front, pale pink boots, and gloves like Lola's usual ones. Her name comes from her interest in royalty, the Queen of Hearts character from Alice in Wonderland and the children's nursery rhyme, and the diamond suit in a deck of cards.
Princess DeLola looks exactly like Lola, but wears a pink, cone-shaped hat, and a more old-fashioned style dress. She is also the princess of an alien kingdom, hence her title.
In the story, Triton (Lincoln's alter-ego) asks DeLola for help after the battery in his spaceship ran out. She reveals that she is looking for shards of a broken crystal used to bring electricity to her kingdom and he agrees to help her search.
In the pilot, Lola's combed hair tuft is pointing to the left. In the series, it is pointed to the right. However, it does alternate in between shots.
Replying to @bennybotros Technically, Lana was born first! #funfact May 17, 2016
According to a tweet from the show's writers, Lola was born after Lana. It is later confirmed in "Ties That Bind" that she is younger by two minutes.
Lola was named after one of two dachshunds Chris Savino once owned.
It is shown in "Fed Up" that Lola has baking skills.
According to some information from The Loud House on Instagram:
The one place she wants to go is the Miss World Pageant in 2030.
Her biggest pet peeve is glitter that cakes, and her one wish would be to get rid of it.
There's a lot of stuff no one knows about her, but she will reveal them in a future autobiography.
Lola is seen swearing in "Job Insecurity", which is censored by Leni's hair dryer.
This means that Lola is the second character to swear and get censored. The first was being Lincoln in the episode "Get the Message" and was censored by Luna's guitar playing.
Lola does not like reading because she is not good at it, as shown in "Read Aloud".
Lola is the first of Lincoln's younger sisters to host the family podcast Listen Out Loud.
It is shown in "A Tattler's Tale" that she can play the harmonica.
It is revealed in "No Place Like Homeschool" that Lola is homeschooled during pageant season.
According to the episode "The Mad Scientist", Lola does not know what an institute is.
It is implied that Lola is bad at her education, such as in "Rita Her Rights" where she says her teacher takes breaks a lot and screams in an empty locker. Also, in "Ruthless People", Rita says Lynn Sr. has to attend 20 parent-teacher conferences, including Lola's, meaning her parent-teacher conferences go badly.
Lola lost a beauty pageant for the first time in "Gown and Out". This episode also reveals that she feels nauseated whenever she mentions the idea of herself losing.
It is implied in Rita's episode of Listen Out Loud that Lola eats cake after bedtime.
It is revealed in "Tea Tale Heart" that every time she eats cheese before bed, she'll get nightmares from her sleep.
Lola along with Lisa and Lucy has so far never had a flashback scene that takes place when she was younger.
The comic "It's Just a Phase" reveals that she likes to give the house makeovers, and has done so since the age of one.
"Strife of the Party" reveals that up until her and Lana's seventh birthday, she has always had more say than Lana in planning their birthday parties, and that she even planned something for the day they'd be born in utero.
As of that episode’s release, she and Lana are the first characters confirmed to have not aged up a year during the gap between “Coupe Dreams” and “Schooled!”.
"Home of the Fave" reveals that Lynn Sr. once got her a pony, but it didn't work out. One deleted scene shows that the pony died, but seeing as the scene got deleted, it remains unknown what actually happened to Lola's pony.
In "Training Day", it's revealed that she and Lana share a twin code which none of their other siblings understand, and they can always smell where the other one is. It is also revealed that Lola frequently has sleepwalking rampages.
"Camped!" reveals that she finds it easier to show people sympathy after she has eaten a meal.
"She's All Bat" reveals that Lola is annoyed by, and perhaps jealous of, Lisa's intellect. This episode also suggests that she is arachnophobic like Leni and Lynn Sr., but considering that she wasn't afraid of Frances in "Along Came a Sister", she could be only afraid of wild spiders.
↑"Toads and Tiaras" (in English). The Loud House. Season 1. Episode 14a. July 21, 2016. "Lincoln: Lola, what can a six-year-old do to make the world a better place?; Donnie: Lola, what can six-year-olds do to eliminate the national debt?"