Pamela Anderson wears no makeup on red carpet after sharing sad reason for ditching glam
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Pamela Anderson's iconic make-up looks have seemingly been seared into our memories whenever we think about the 90s.
The prestigious red carpet event took place in London yesterday (4 December) and was attended by a whole bunch of fellow A-listers including the likes of Amal Clooney, Charlotte Tilbury and Kate Moss.
While many of the attendees looked fabulous in their stunning gowns and ensembles, complete with elaborate hairstyles and makeup looks, Pamela opted for a simple and chic neutral get-up instead.
She wore a stunning Victoria Beckham white wide-leg trousers coupled a loosing-fitting t-shirt as well as an oversized cream blazer.
Pamela completed the look with a pair of minimal silver stud earrings and a low ponytail to pair.
This is by no means the first time the actor has gone makeup-free, as she was also seen without any beauty products during Paris Fashion Week a couple months back (28 September) where she rocked a glowing bare-faced look with a sleeveless yellow dress and a matching bag completed with a pair of warp-around nude heels.
Now, while it shouldn't be a big deal whatsoever if celebs decide to wear makeup or not during public events - it's clear it's very much so not the norm.
Pamela previously opened up about the reason as to why she's scaled back her signature bombshell makeup look, telling Elle Magazine back in August that it came shortly after a huge personal loss.
After losing her close friend and makeup artist, Alexis Vogel, to breast cancer in 2019, Anderson made the decision to leave her iconic look behind.
"She was the best," the mum-of-two shared. "And since then, I just felt, without Alexis, it’s just better for me not to wear makeup."
Anderson also revealed that ditching the makeup look that helped skyrocket her to fame was actually a welcomed change, telling the outlet the novel experience was 'freeing, and fun, and a little rebellious, too'.
"I did notice that there were all these people doing big makeup looks, and it’s just like me to go against the grain and do the opposite of what everyone’s doing," she explained.
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