The fashion icon has been embracing her natural beauty during her public appearances
Pamela Anderson is putting her natural beauty on display.
Anderson, 56, made a makeup-free appearance at the 2023 Fashion Awards in London on Monday. The actress and model graced the red carpet dressed in an all-white ensemble consisting of a pair of wide-leg pants, a loose-fit tee, and a cream-colored blazer worn over her shoulders.
The model paired the look with small silver stud earrings. Her face was the center of attention as her hair was pulled back in a low ponytail, which showcased the barefaced beauty that first earned her headlines when she attended Paris Fashion Week in couture attire but no makeup.
"I don't know, something just kind of came over me, and I was dressing in these beautiful clothes, and I thought, 'I don't want to compete with the clothes. I'm not trying to be the prettiest girl in the room. I feel like it's just freedom. It's a release," she said. The Baywatch star noted that she was developing her new look and style on her own.
"I don't need a stylist. I don't have a stylist. I don't have a glam team. I'm just kind of doing this, freestyle," added Anderson. She explained that she wanted to be a model for all aspects of beauty.
"I feel as a woman and a woman of my age, and a woman in the public eye... it's also your job to be a model of everything. Just all sorts of choices. So I am just being me, kind of who I am, in all these great clothes running around Paris," she continued.
While speaking about her decision in an interview with Elle, she noted that the experience has been "freeing, and fun, and a little rebellious too."
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"Because 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 said.
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