Pamela Anderson Is Here to Help You Achieve Her Signature Bombshell Look This Valentine's Day
Pamela Anderson is entering the beauty biz. The actress just launched a makeup collection, and it includes everything necessary to create the bombshell look that we know and love her for — just in time for Valentine’s Day.
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Anderson partnered with her long-time makeup artist Alexis Vogel to create the line, which is 100% vegan and cruelty-free. “When you put makeup on, you want to look sexy and have fun and [Alexis and I] had this kind of specific look that we used to do and so she convinced me to do this little kit with her,” she tells People.
The kit comes in two shades: Pamela Pink and Pamela Nude, and each contains everything from lip liner to highlighter and everything in-between. But the key to achieving her signature bombshell look, Anderson says, is all in the eye shadow.
“It’s really about eye shadow and eyeliner and the placement of it — to kind of really bring your eye up,” she explains. “Sometimes when you put a lot of makeup on, it can really make your eyes look too overdone or bring them down.”
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And there’s no better person for her to partner with, considering Vogel was the makeup mastermind behind Anderson’s Playboy looks.
“She has this shadow shaper and you put it right next to your eye — the little tricks to just bring everything up and it makes you look more youthful and sexy — it’s kind of the Playboy trick,” Anderson shares. “It’s very bombshell. Women a long time ago used to put so much effort into a specific look and now there’s a different type of photography, so much information when it comes to filming or people taking selfies and all types of weird things. I think people are having fun again with makeup and their look – so it’s just the placement of the makeup with the cat eye.
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But if you’re not a natural when it comes to makeup, Anderson is giving you even more of a reason to jump on board.
“It’s really for beginners — for someone at home,” she says. “[Vogel] is really clear on these little cards on how to do the cat eye, your lips, and I think that’s another big thing when it comes to that look is really the pouty lips — the stain, the lip liner, and then the lipstick, and then the lip gloss.”
For more on Anderson’s collection, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on stands now!
–Jillian Ruffo, with reporting by Elizabeth McNeil