Pamela Anderson Revealed She Never Wears Make-Up After Her Make-up Artust’s Death

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Pamela Anderson is opening up about her make-up evolution. On August 17, during an interview with Elle, the actress revealed she stopped wearing makeup after the death of her makeup artist. Anderson’s makeup artist Alexis Vogel died in 2019 from breast cancer.

Pamela said She went along with what people were telling her to do

The 56-year-old told the outlet,  “I just went along with what people were telling me what to do.” “She was the best,” Anderson says of the late makeup artist. “And since then, I just felt, without Alexis, it’s just better for me not to wear makeup.” 

Moreover, the actress admitted, “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.”

“I think we all start looking a little funny when we get older,” She continues. “And I’m kind of laughing at myself when I look in the mirror. I go, ‘Wow, this is really…what’s happening to me?’ It’s a journey.”

The actress’s revelation comes with her fall collaboration of the 2023 campaign for Aritzia’s Babaton collection, the campaign pictures are from the ’90s, which has inspired a #Pamcore movement.”

“My kids told me about it, because I don’t have these apps on my phone or anything. I refuse to,” she says of the trend. Calling her looks “wild and uninhibited,” the actress adds, “I don’t know if it was a defense mechanism or what. I just thought, ‘I’m going to have fun.'”

Moreover, she shared she has personal ties with the popular doll.

“Ruth Handler actually gave me one of the first Barbies. She was a neighbour. It was the first platinum Barbie, in a red bathing suit,” said the Barbie creator, “I resonated more with Barbarella, or maybe Barb Wire, than Barbie.”

Previously in January, she opened up about her Netflix documentary, Pamela, a Love Story. She said to Entertainment Tonight, “Well, it’s very, very touching. Very emotional. I mean, he’s such a great kid, and so creative. And really, just put this whole thing together,” Anderson said of her eldest son Brandon Lee, who helped produce the project, “He’s really … it was the reason it all kind of happened. This all feels so meant to be, it’s like this divine timing. It feels surreal to me, but I’m very proud of him.”

For Brandon, it’s a “great honour” to be a part of his mother’s journey.

“I think for me, it was just a great honor … to be able to tell it in any way possible,” he said. “I never thought I’d be in this position ever, nor did I really ever want to be, so I think it more to me just kind of felt like a duty and something I had to do, and I’m happy we did it.”

Also Read: Broadway Star Chris Peluso Passed Away At 40

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