Pamela Anderson recently attended four runway shows at Paris Fashion Week.
While her outfits stood out at each event, it was her makeup-free skin that really got attention.
On Instagram, Anderson said she found beauty in "self-acceptance, imperfection, and love."
The model, writer, and actor was first spotted at The Row's runway show on Wednesday, where she wore a black suit that included two jackets, straight-leg pants, and a white button-up blouse.
Still, it was her skin that stole the show. Wearing no makeup, Anderson was seemingly focused on showcasing her glowing complexion and natural skin tone.
The following day, Anderson stepped out at night to attend the Isabel Marant runway show.
She wore a sunny ensemble that included a yellow midi dress, heeled tan sandals, and a pastel purse. And in keeping with her laid-back vibe, Anderson ditched makeup once again.
Anderson recently revealed to Elle that she stopped wearing makeup when her longtime artist and friend Alexis Vogel died of breast cancer in 2019.
"She was the best. And since then, I just felt, without Alexis, it's just better for me not to wear makeup," Anderson told the publication.
While her first two Paris Fashion Week outfits leaned casual, Anderson showed the chic side of no-makeup looks on Friday.
She was photographed at the Victoria Beckham runway show while wearing a tan-colored dress decorated with a yellow-and-green flower print.
She paired the mermaid-style look with platform pumps, and once again went makeup-free aside from some lip gloss.
For her final look at the fashion event, Anderson's face was partially hidden by a wide-brimmed hat that perfectly matched her green-and-red trench coat.
Still, when she looked up at photographers at the Vivienne Westwood show, you could see that she chose to go without blush, eyeliner, foundation, and other makeup staples.
After attending the four Fashion Week events, Anderson took to Instagram to share photos of her outfits and some thoughts on wearing no makeup.
"An adventure in Paris with fresh eyes… 🤍," she captioned her post. "There is beauty in self-acceptance, imperfection, and love."
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