The lighting looks like a copy of the classic "Kino Flo 4' 4-bank" [except it's got 5 tubes].
Mainly used for video, as it is constant lighting, is it essentially a set of fluorescent tubes fixed to a board, wrapped in soft material [reflective or black] surrounded by a wire frame. This lets the operator open or close like barn doors to permit more or less light through. That particular version has a white interior, to further diffuse the light when opened.
Original Kino Flo...
You don't see them on set so much these days as they've mainly been replaced by LED versions.
The major downside of using these so close to your model is they're really bright & blinding. If they're adjustable, you can turn them down, but by the time you're reaching comfortable for the model, you're getting too dim for the photographer.
Better would be softboxes with speedlights [flash]
Pic & tutorial - ImprovePhototography
You can get these with modelling lights, bright enough that you can see your setup, dim enough to not blind the model.
Setting these lights close to the model & at approx 45° each side will flatten the light a lot - removing most facial shadows.
I see no hint of a ring light in her eyes, just those two.
As to which lens - I'm not sure; something quite wide, maybe 18-24mm. Personally I think it's far too wide for 'fashion' photography, it looks very much like a selfie - big nose, little ears.
The depth of field is distracting, though it's not quite sharp even at the eyes, it doesn't get soft enough to the background. The lighting reflecting in the TV should have been spotted earlier & corrected.
I wouldn't be surprised if it was taken on a phone.
The white balance looks like it's been corrected afterwards, to emphasise pink/purple, compared to the setup shots.