Actress Peyton List launches Pley Beauty

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Peyton List, the breakout star of Netflix’s Cobra Kai, is taking on a new adventure outside of the fictional karate ring. The 23-year-old actress is launching her own cosmetics line: Pley Beauty.

“I remember being 12 years old, getting my makeup done when I started acting and just loving the transformation,” the former Disney darling told Page Six Style. 

“I have really good memories associated with makeup. I wanted to create something that was colourful and fun, but also clean,” she explained. I feel like clean beauty hasn’t been something that’s been as accessible for a younger audience … and it’s just not really been experimental with colour and style.”

The brand offers eye shadow palettes, eyeliner, lip tint, blush, lip gloss, highlighter, and face gems. The products, now available on Pley Beauty’s official website and starting in February on Revolve, will range in price from $16 (R250) to $36 (R550).

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In celebration of their launch, Pley Beauty has also teamed with Sony Pictures Consumer Products for a limited-edition capsule collection inspired by Netflix’s "Cobra Kai."

“It’s the first beauty collaboration Sony has ever done,” the 23-year-old actress said, referencing the studio behind the “Karate Kid” sequel. “So for them to take a chance on us before we even dropped is just so huge. Everyone just jumped in and helped out and had lots of input.”

In addition to a special “Cobra Kai”-themed palette, highlighter stick, and face gems, the collab also features a gym-ready tote and a face mist infused with green tea and ginseng — perfect for freshening up after a sweaty workout. There’s even a lip tint inspired by the sheer red shade List’s character, Tory Nichols, sports onscreen.

“I can’t wait to see everyone wearing it,” the star said. “That will be the most exciting thing for me.”

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