For Pamela Anderson, the choice to go makeup-free was greater than an aesthetic alternative. In a brand new interview with Elle, the mannequin and memoirist defined that ditching her signature ’90s glam in favor of a fresh-faced look was, partially, a tribute to the late, nice Alexis Vogel: her longtime make-up artist. Vogel died of breast most cancers in 2019.
“She was one of the best,” Anderson stated of Vogel. “And since then, I simply felt, with out Alexis, it’s simply higher for me to not put on make-up.”
Going make-up free has felt “releasing, and enjoyable, and a bit of rebellious too” for 56-year-old Anderson, who has spent most of her profession enjoying the function of perpetual bombshell. When she was youthful, Anderson admitted, her selections have been usually made by merely “going together with what folks have been telling [her] to do.”
“I did discover that there have been all these folks doing massive make-up appears, and it is similar to me to go towards the grain and do the alternative of what everybody’s doing,” she stated.