Pamela Anderson Goes Makeup-Free in Latest Campaign Video

The model and actress teamed up with The Laundress for the ultimate clean girl aesthetic promo.
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson.

Pamela Anderson has been making headlines all year for her makeup-free looks, from red carpet events to magazine cover moments. For her latest fresh-faced effort, the 56-year-old mom of two went au naturel for a campaign with plant-based fabric care brand The Laundress. 

The advertisement was shared in a joint Instagram post on Thursday, which featured Anderson discussing her love of doing laundry.

“I don’t look at laundry as a chore,” she admitted. “I look at it as a time to kinda get away, time for yourself, it’s meditative, I play a little music. This is honestly my happy place.”

In the post’s caption, Anderson further mused on her “self-care ritual” of doing the laundry, and noted she’ll often pour a cup of coffee or glass of rosé for the occasion. Tons of her 3.2 million followers piped in to the comments section to compliment her laid-back nature and natural beauty.

“queen of clean aesthetic 🤍✨,” a fan gushed.

“How does she make even laundry beautiful 😂,” one person quipped.

“She’s so gorgeous as a natural queen, I can't deal. 😍,” someone else concurred. “She makes even doing laundry look good.”

“you’re a fairy. 🤍🧚🏻‍♀️✨🌸,” another user stated.

“Never thought of thinking about laundry that way before,” someone else admitted. “Definitely will try this mindset.”

“You just gotta have fun with everything you do,” Anderson stated in the video. “I think that’s been kind of my thing, is that no matter what you’re doing, you’re just having some fun.”

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