The heartbreaking reason Pamela Anderson no longer wears make-up after being praised

The real reason Pamela Anderson has been going make-up free has been revealed, after the star was praised for ditching cosmetics.

The Baywatch favourite, who has been embracing her natural beauty, said that her perspective on beauty changed after the tragic death of her make-up artist Alexis Vogel. Alexis passed away from breast cancer in 2019.

Speaking to Elle, Pamela said, "[Alexis] was the best. And since then, I just felt, without Alexis, it's just better for me not to wear make-up."

She added that going without make-up had been "freeing, and fun, and a little rebellious too".

"I did notice that there were all these people doing big make-up looks, and it's just like me to go against the grain and do the opposite of what everyone's doing," Pamela explained.

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis took to Instagram on Sunday 1 October to applaud Pamela for going make-up free at this year's Paris Fashion Week.

“THE NATURAL BEAUTY REVOLUTION HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN! @pamerlaanderson in the middle of fashion week with so many pressures and postures, and and and, this woman showed up and claimed her seat at the table with nothing on her face," wrote the Freaky Friday star.

She concluded, “I am so impressed and floored by this act of courage and rebellion.”

Fans took to the comments to praise the star, with one writing, "Famous people have the ability to influence and lead trends, (whether we like it or not) and while yes, this isn’t saving the world or solving world hunger, it sends a message to other women to be themselves and to mature ones to embrace their age and I for one think that’s a very positive thing.”

Pamela, who renovated her home in Vancouver Island earlier in the year, showed off her stunning natural complexion as she attended the Isabel Marant Womenswear Spring/Summer 2024 show at Place Colette in Paris on Thursday 28 September.

In her interview with Elle, 56-year-old Pamela also went on to talk about her changing looks and how she has been feeling about the effects of ageing.

She said, "I think we all start looking a little funny when we get older. And I'm kind of laughing at myself when I look at the mirror. I go, 'Wow, this is really what's happening to me?' It's a journey.

"I feel rooted for. I feel good. I'm in a good place."

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