Sienna Miller and Chelsea Handler also praised Anderson for going embracing her natural beauty while on the Paris Fashion Week circuit
The Halloween actress — who’s one to hype up her Hollywood comrades on Instagram — shared a post on Sunday dedicated to Anderson's recent makeup-free outing at the Isabel Marant show on Sept. 28.
“THE NATURAL BEAUTY REVOLUTION HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN! @pamelaanderson in the middle of fashion week with so many pressures and postures,” Curtis, 64, captioned a reposted photo of Anderson in the front row wearing a sleeveless yellow dress.
Curtis 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.”
Anderson later continued to embrace her natural features at the Victoria Beckham and Vivienne Westwood fashion shows.
The Love, Pamela author, 56, did in fact do something completely different from the usual Fashion Week protocol, which typically sees its guests putting on their most over-the-top looks. Instead, she decided to simply wear no makeup and keep her hair in loose waves.
Curtis’ post was flooded with followers complimenting on Anderson’s bared-faced moment.
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Minimalism is the motto for Anderson these days, not only as it pertains to her beauty routine, but also the clothes she wears.
While attending Pandora’s New York Fashion Week event last month, she told PEOPLE exclusively that she wants to “make room” for her “new life” by selling her iconic clothing collection. When asked if that included pieces like her famed red Baywatch swimsuit, the multi-hyphenate star replied, "all of it!"
“I don’t like to waste,” she added. “Better to clear my mind, clear my closet. Make room for this new life. I can’t wait to see others enjoy these pieces.”
Anderson admitted that her style has “undoubtedly changed over the years,” but she hopes that her archives can bring joy to someone else’s closet. “There’s no reason to hang on to it. These memories are made to share.”
And while there is no set date for when Anderson will start selling her archives, she is planning to part with “truly all of it,” with the pieces shared on her website in a "thoughtful," "sentimental" way.
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