Noah Centineo is hard to not love, you know.
The 22-year-old has quickly become a household name among teens – and unashamed adults – after his role as Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys Ive Loved Before warmed hearts worldwide.
And after his antics this week, it is safe to say he is at it again.
On Monday, the actor wore eyeshadow for the first time.
The actor documented the entire makeover process from start to finish on his Instagram Stories as he allowed his designer friend Sophia Hodes to work her magic of determining his new aesthetic.
The blue eyeshadow really did it for us but the baby pink lip gloss may have been the winning touch.
Noah seemed pretty nervous throughout the MUA session so we can only assume that may have been his first and last go at trying on make-up.
As much as you may be enjoying the sight of Noah just breathing, there was a slim chance the world may have lived without the knowledge of him because he almost quit acting before his big break.
At the age of 18, while pursuing his acting dream, Noah shot a pilot that slammed the brakes on his career.
He told The Hollywood Reporter: I had this six-month contract that didnt allow me to audition for anything [else]. My purpose was just to act, and you take away someones purpose and you kind of deteriorate them.
Noah nearly quit, but thankfully when he was 18, he won a role on The Fosters, and was permitted to pursue any projects he wanted during his 10-week breaks.
Fast forward four years and the Miami-born actor is one of the hottest young stars in Hollywood, thanks to roles in To All The Boys Ive Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is A Loser.
Noah will also star as a love interest in the Charlies Angels remake, and also appears as a stand-in boyfriend in The Stand-In alongside Riverdales Camila Mendes.
And yep, the internets boyfriend is wary about being typecast.
Speaking of his role in The Stand-In, he said: Yeah, I was hesitant, because thats all I have played.
Everything that Im doing right now, everything that I have done or everything I have lined up are stepping stones. Im not anywhere near where I want to be.
No matter where Noah goes in the future, at least we always have Pete Kavinsky to hold close to our hearts.
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