Jamie Lee Curtis makes comment on Pamela Anderson’s no make-up look

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Paris Fashion Week always attracts fashion and Hollywood elites as top fashion houses showcase their latest collections. This year, actresses Jamie Lee Curtis and Pamela Anderson were among the attendees.

Taking place twice a year, the fall edition of Paris Fashion Week occurred from September 25 to October 3, drawing major celebrities and fashion icons from around the globe. Prominent fashion houses like Dior and Chanel presented their collections.


Attendees typically don high fashion attire, considering this event a perfect opportunity to display their finest wardrobe pieces and meticulously curate their looks, as it garners the attention of the most fashionable people worldwide.

Pamela Anderson attended the Isabel Marant show, opting for a simple, understated yellow dress and wearing no makeup.

However, Jamie Lee Curtis wasn’t one to remain silent about Pamela’s decision to go au naturel. The Oscar-winning actress took to social media to share her thoughts on Pamela’s makeup-free appearance on the red carpet.

In her caption, she wrote, “THE NATURAL BEAUTY REVOLUTION HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN! @pamelaanderson in the middle of fashion week with so many pressures and postures.” She continued, “And, this woman showed up and claimed her seat at the table with nothing on her face. I am so impressed and floored by this act of courage and rebellion.”

Pamela continued to embrace her natural beauty even at events hosted by Victoria Beckham and Vivienne Westwood.

Other prominent Hollywood women seemed to agree with Jamie Lee Curtis’ sentiments. Actress Selma Blair commented, “Love this. Beautiful self-assuredness,” while comedian and host Chelsea Handler added, “That’s pretty iconic.”


Former Playboy playmate and actress Pamela Anderson has recently been candid about her life, expressing her intent to part with items that no longer serve her, including her iconic Baywatch bathing suits. She stated, “I don’t like to waste,” and explained her decision, saying, “Better to clear my mind, clear my closet. Make room for this new life. I can’t wait to see others enjoy these pieces.”