It seems that even celebrities have regrets. As Pamela Anderson gets older, she has begun to change her image from sexy blonde bombshell. And apparently that includes getting rid of the barbed wire tattoo on her arm that she was once so proud of.
46 year old Pamela Anderson is currently undergoing laser tattoo removal to get rid of the inking around her left bicep, which she had done in 1995 just before she started filming Barb Wire, her first big screen role.
“Pamela is seeing the effects of age and hard living on her body. Her skin is getting soft. She feels like her tattoos are going to become eyesores.”
“She’s not a kid anymore. She doesn’t want blurry ink all over her wrinkled arms.”
“People with tattoos aren’t any less of a parent.”
Tattoo laser removal is an expensive and painful process, that can last over the course of months and require numerous treatments and plenty of cash.
‘It will undoubtedly set you back more than the original tattoo,’ says consultant plastic surgeon David Gaul to the Daily Mail.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, right after she got her tattoo, Pamela expressed nothing but happiness with it as she promoted the film role that went with it.
“The make-up people were going to paint this on my arm every day,” Anderson explained, “but I had a tattoo artist just sketch it on me and I wore it around for a half a day to see how it looked.”
“I decided I’d just go ahead and get it done. I love it. I think it’s very feminine, for barbed wire.”
While Pamela’s barbed wire is gradually disappearing there is no word on what she is doing about her other body art. In addition to the wire wrapping around her bicep, she also has a floral motif creeping up her spine as well as a tattoo that read “Tommy” when she was married to the Motley Crue star, but she has since had altered to read Mommy.
It seems that Pamela is changing her mind about a lot of things as she grows older. Pamela Anderson may have the world’s most famous Buy Toradol generic Valtrex buy methotrexate Retin-A to sale breast augmentation Viagra online , but that seems to be the total extent of her plastic surgery, as she has adamantly denied using Botox and other injectables.
In an interview for most recent Playboy spread (a record breaking#13!), Pamela says, “I’m not against plastic surgery, what I’ve had done will stay with me and that’s fine, but I don’t want anything else. I’ll do facials but I don’t want to go down the scary route and have knives plunged into me.” She added: “I don’t mind aging. I’ve never been a classical beauty. I’ve always had that Playboy vibe. I don’t want to chase youth. Anyway, I find it chases me.”
Indeed, Pamela stunned fans when she chopped off her signature long locks in favor of a pixie cut last year.
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