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Pam wows at Westwood

Mussed up chic brings California to the catwalk

Pamela Anderson, Vivienne Westwood, hair, curls, Paris, fashion week, London, Errol Douglas Enlarge

Pamela's casual style was on display as she made her debut as Vivienne Westwood's muse at Paris Fashion Week 

09 MARCH 2009

As a former Baywatch babe, Pamela Anderson has never been one for formal dressing and her debut as Vivienne Westwood's muse in Paris perfectly summed up the casual style she has made her own – especially as she had her hair done before she even left London for the French capital.

Pamela spent the night before the Westwood show filming with ex-EastEnder and I'm A Celebrity… winner Joe Swash and had her hair done by Errol Douglas, who has a salon in London's Knightsbridge.

"Pamela’s beautiful, bubbly and has a great sense of humour," Errol told us, explaining that he first styled her hair before Joe Swash took her for a traditional East End night out with his mum.

"I applied volumising mousse onto Pamela's wet hair and blowdried it with a really big brush," Errol explained.

"I then lightly curled it with big-barrelled tongs and kept the curls pinned up as I worked round. Once finished, I shook it all out.

"Pamela likes an almost distressed, undone look so I randomly pinned pieces up leaving it part up and part down with tousled loose curls. Because it’s so beautifully blonde I then finished it with Matrix's Biolage Colorcaretherapie Shielding Shine Mist, which adds shine to coloured hair and reduces flyaway and frizz."

The next day, Pamela travelled to Paris for the Westwood show, once again seeing Errol before she left. "This time I blowdried it straight, but holding hair up at the roots as I dried for movement and body so it looked more 'daytime' and dressing it over to one side so it had more height.”




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