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“The Kissing Booth 2” Cast Create Face Masks to Support Their Fave Charities

 

Joey King (Photo: Ga Fullner/Shutterstock.com)

 (Photo: Ga Fullner/Shutterstock.com)

It’s true people. You can now buy a face mask designed by your favourite TKB2 cast members!

Teaming up with fashion tech company Variant Malibu, they’ve each designed a mask that reflects their personalities and for every one sold, US$15 is donated to a foundation of the actor’s choice.

(Photo courtesy Variant Malibu)

(Photo courtesy Variant Malibu)

 

Joey King who plays the lead “Elle Evans” in the movie, designed a red and black mask with kissing booth-worthy lips on them. She’s chosen the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as her charity of choice.

As she explains in a video posted on Variant Malibu’s Insta, it’s a cause that is “very near and dear to my heart. I’ve been working with the children’s hospital for many, many years now.”

 

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Taylor Zakhar Perez (aka “Marco” the new guy) designed a black and white mask that reflects his love of the ocean. He’s supporting non-profit organisation El Valor which serves over 4,000 kids and adults with disabilities and their families in Chicago each year.

“I have disabled family members, young and old,” he writes on Insta. “Their journeys have not been the easiest but have been lucky to have the familial support. Many don’t.”

 

 

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Joel Courtney (aka Elle’s BFF “Lee Flynn”) designed a black and grey mask with a heart and a cross through it.

“It basically means to speak love. I think everyone can use a little more of that, especially now, life is crazy.”

He’s chosen to support the Lollipop Theatre Network, an organisation he’s been working with for the last 8 years: “They’re a company that takes entertainment and movies to kids and families who’ve been in hospital for a long period of time,” Joel explains.

 

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Meganne Young (aka Lee’s girlfriend “Rachel”) created a mask with a silhouette of a woman wearing an African head dress and is donating proceeds to an organisation from her home country of South Africa, Femmeprojects. (Fun fact: TKB2 was also filmed there!)

“Their education programs focus on choice, sexual rights, consent, sexuality, gender and puberty,” Meganna says. “In the fight against gender-based violence, I believe education is the key weapon.”

 

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And finally, there’s Maisie Richardson-Sellers (aka  “Chlow Winthrop”) who created a black and white mask, raising funds for The Triangle Project which supports LGBTQ+ youth in South Africa.

“They provide free sexual health services, counselling, public education, support groups,” Maisie explains, “…and also provide safe spaces within high risk areas for LGBTQ+ to exist safely. They also provide legal support and advice for victims of hate crime and homophobia.”

 

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If you’d like to buy a mask designed by your fave TKB2 star and support a great cause too, check out Variant Malibu.

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