Pamela Anderson, 55, Poses In A Barely-There Dress And No Makeup

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  • Pamela Anderson, 55, just posted a batch of stunning bare-faced photos on Instagram.

  • She showed off her toned abs while posing in a stunning, barely-there dress with cutouts.

  • Anderson shared her thoughts on “getting old” and going makeup-free in the caption, and fans were inspired.

Between her book, Love, Pamela, which debuted on January 31 and her new Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story, Pamela Anderson has been baring it all lately. The 55-year-old star recently took to Instagram to reveal more than just her toned abs, sharing thoughts on aging and beauty in a new bare-faced photoshoot that fans absolutely loved.

In the first shot, Anderson wore a thin, form-fitting, floor-length gown with a large cutout from her hip to her stomach, showing off her toned abs. The following photos zeroed in on her radiant, makeup-free complexion where the star showed off her freckles.

Though she’s revealed her favorite concealer and other beauty products in the past, she says these days she likes going “without makeup.”

“I’d rather show my freckles…It’s fun getting old. It’s a relief. And at a certain age we just look younger and fresher without makeup,” she wrote. “This is me—I’m happy with who I am right now. It’s a new world and I’m very grateful for all of the love.”

Stars and fans alike were floored by Anderson’s raw beauty. fans-react-instagram-photo/” data-ylk=”slk:Elizabeth Hurley;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “Elizabeth Hurley dropped a string of “❤️” emojis under the post while actress Mindy Sterling wrote “great freckles. Loved your documentary. Thank [you] for your honesty and sharing.”

“I admire and thank you so much for growing beautifully old naturally

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Kate Moss’s daughter Lila poses for glam fashion shoot but everyone’s saying the same thing

KATE Moss’s daughter Lila has been spotted posing in a very glamorous photo shoot on her social media.

The model – who is already following in the footsteps of mum Kate, 48 – left fans baffled with one very unique style choice in the snap.

Kate Moss's daughter Lila had fans seriously confused with her latest Instagram upload


Kate Moss’s daughter Lila had fans seriously confused with her latest Instagram uploadCredit: Getty
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Fans couldn’t believe Lila’s toenails in the snapCredit: Instagram

Lila, 19, took to Instagram to show off her latest modelling shoot, which showed her biting into cherries as she looked into the camera.

The high-fashion shoot saw Lila tied her hair up in braids wrapped around her head, as she wore a minimalistic, dewy make-up look.

Wearing a black dress with large puff sleeves, the teen completed her look with an unusual fashion choice – leaving fans distracted.

Photographing her feet behind the scenes of the Perfect Magazine shoot, Lila revealed her long, talon-like toenails painted in red.

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Lila wore sparkling heels which showed off her pointed toenails in their full glory – as they extended out over the base of the shoe.

Her Instagram fans were left baffled by the choice, and took to the comments section to ask how sh put her socks on.

“How do you wear socks with those nails?” one confused fan asked, as another said: “Them toes about to cut people, damn.”

A third chimed in: “The nails made me physically sick,” as a fourth joked of their pointed shape: “Imagine getting toed to death.”

“The toenails are a hard no,” a fifth concluded of the snap.

It comes after Kate called her

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