TV star and ultimate bombshell, Pamela Anderson’s beauty look has barely changed in over 30 years. We look at what makes her makeup and hair choices so iconic, and most importantly, the products she uses to look just so.

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If like us you have been glued to the Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story and reaffirmed that Pamela Anderson is an absolute icon, in so many ways, then it's probably also crossed your mind about what the products that make the Pamela Anderson beauty edit. Not only because she looks so great now, but mainly because she looks exactly the same as when she burst onto our TVs as CJ Parker in 90s classic TV show, Baywatch. We take a look at the five elements, or trends if you will, that comprise Pamela Anderson’s beauty look and the products she and her glam squad use to create them.

1. Overlined 90s lip

Way before Kylie Jenner or TikTokkers were lauding the brilliance of overlining lips to make them look fuller, there was Pamela Anderson and her 90s lip which did exactly that but arguably with a bit more sex appeal. And it's the same lip look she rocks now. The genius of the 90s lip is that it’s the contrast of the combination of a soft brown liner teamed with a lighter, normally slightly frosted, lighter lipstick. Back in the day, it was rumoured that the liner she favoured was the classic Mac Lip Pencil in Spice, £18.50  but nowadays her makeup artist Eileen Madrid uses Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Hot Gossip, £20, which has a bit pinker than Spice. Sadly Pamela Anderson's beauty brands of choice for her lips aren’t available here in the UK (yet) - Nude Envie Lipstick in shade Lips and a nude lipgloss by Canadian brand, Watier Cosmétiques. But Madrid also uses Charlotte Tilbury K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Yes Honey, £27 and Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Very Victoria, £27 on Pamela, which most definitely are.

2. Ultimate smoky eye

Known for her sexy sultry eye look, we were worried that creating it ourselves was going to take a volume of product that we don’t have storage capacity for. Thankfully, there are only two products required. The first is the Makeup by Mario Master Mattes Palette, £55  which is the same palette that’s frequently used in Maya Jama’s beauty regime too. And then Madrid credits Lancôme Le Crayon Kohl Eye Liner in Black, £20.50 as the one she reaches for because it “doesn’t smear.”

3. Tousled up-do

Pammy’s bleached hair is amplified and accentuated with hair extensions - her stylist Sara Tintari uses Laced Hair Extensions - but when it comes to creating the perfect ‘I’ve just thrown my hair together to look like this’ up-do, which Pamela does so well, that is quite literally what she does. She demonstrated in an interview with British Vogue that her secret hair styling trick is to forgo hairbands and clips and use a G-string to tie her hair up instead! *heads to knicker draw immediately*

4. California glow

Not only did Pamela optimise the ultimate Californian girl look in Baywatch, but she still embodies that healthy, fresh, tanned and glowy look we all crave. Although in a recent interview with British Vogue she did admit that she wished she’d worn more SPF when she was younger, which is always a great reminder to find your best everyday SPF and wear it continually. Pammy’s favourite? Summer Fridays ShadeDrops Broad Spectrum SPF 30, £35 

Her makeup artist Madrid also credits a few products to help boost Pamela’s natural glow too. She preps her skin with La Mer The Moisturizing Soft Cream, £78 followed by La Mer The Mist, £70  . She then combines a few pumps of Lancoôme Teint Idole Ultra Wear Care & Glow, £35 with a few drops of 111Skin Rose Gold Radiance Booster, £90 to create a luminous base. To add some extra bronze she buffs Westman Atelier Beauty Butter Powder Bronzer in Coup de Soleil, £69.

5. Pencil thin brows

90s skinny brows with a high arc shape are back. Brilliant news for those who fell victim to over plucking in the actual 90s like Pammy. Madrid uses two products on Pamela’s brows, the Brow Code Micro Brow Pencil, £23 and the Brow Code Brow Gel - we’re unsure which, but we’re leaning towards the Tinted Multi Peptide Brow Gel, £30. If you’re blessed with naturally full, bushy brows then we’re definitely not advocating plucking them away just so you can really nail the Pamela Anderson beauty look and we feel pretty confident that Pammy wouldn’t want you to either.