Netflix and Sephora Released TATBILB Skin-Care Sets
Claire Miles - February 4, 2021

Netflix and Sephora just released To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before skincare sets inspired by Lara Jean and Peter from the movie! Luckily, Netflix’s third installment of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series, Always and Forever, will be available to stream on Valentine’s Day! To celebrate the release, the streaming platform has partnered with K-beauty brand Laneige to release a few limited-edition skin-care sets at Sephora inspired by Lara Jean’s journey. In celebration of the film’s upcoming release, the new collection includes custom sets that make perfect Valentine’s Day gifts for a love interest, a close friend, or yourself if your skin is in need of some self-love.

 

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor attend the Screening Of Netflix's 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' - Arrivals

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Last year ahead of P.S. I Love You‘s release, Netflix and Sephora teamed up to launch six themed beauty sets from various brands like Glow Recipe, Milk, and Amika. This time around, the collection features two sets. Titled Meet Cute and I Choose You, both feature a selection of Laneige’s best sellers. Meet Cute, which has a sweet, pink theme, comes with two lip masks, while the blue-themed I Choose You set features two moisturizers, a toner, a lip mask, and a sheet mask. They retail for $25 and $29, respectively, and even though Always and Forever won’t officially hit Netflix until Feburary 12, both are available now at Sephora.

 

While we’re all waiting to see what happens next to Peter and Lara Jean, Lana Condor just revealed some details about the final book in the To All the Boys series and it’s gonna put you deep in the feels.”It’s only been two and a half years in this whole franchise, but you definitely feel like you’re watching them grow up. In this movie, she’s choosing her future. She’s deciding for herself. Of course she’s still madly in love, and also in love with love, but it’s watching someone make a choice for herself for the future,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “I’m so proud of her for being decisive, because she’s never been decisive. In the past two movies that’s her thing, she just doesn’t know. I think to see her be decisive and know what she wants is really refreshing, and I really enjoyed that aspect of her glow-up.”

 

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