Pamela Anderson has a hair hack she wants you to know — and it involves a G-string.
In a new "In The Bag" video for British Vogue, the "Baywatch" bombshell gave cameras a glimpse inside her Stella McCartney handbag and revealed her "trick of the trade" for a '90s-inspired tousled up-do: swapping out your scrunchie for a G-String.
"Don't know why I have a G-string in my purse but don't tell me that you don't have a scrunchie," Anderson, 55, says as she brandishes a baby pink thong.
"This is the trick of the trade. We're really flashing back to the '90s. The tousled-up 'do always had a pair of panties in them," she reminisces while securing her hair with the itty-bitty G-string.
The Vancouver Island-born author and actress also highlighted some of her favourite beauty products, which include Ilia's True Skin Serum Concealer.
"I love Ilia," the "Pamela, a love story" star told the camera. "[It's] really beautiful."
Anderson also included the brand's highlighting powder as one of her in-the-bag essentials, telling British Vogue, "we didn't know about this in the '90s, but this is good."
In addition to her makeup and dual-purpose undergarments, Anderson keeps a fan and CBD oil tucked away for less glamorous moments.
"I have, like, a fan for hot flashes," she says. "I have CBD oil for my arthritis. Whenever my hands hurt."
Anderson's openness about aging and menopause has earned the '90s icon praise on social media for her refreshing honesty.
"The way that Pam is embracing age is so refreshing and beautiful to me!" penned one YouTube user. "Talking about hot flashes and arthritis. YES, PAM. I love her."
"Her energy is so bright and youthful even as she talks about hot flashes and arthritis pain," wrote another. "I love that!"
On Instagram, fans of the memoir author were equally supportive, describing her as the "type of person that everyone wants to be friends with."
'Making menopause stylish'
Pamela Anderson is the "greatest comeback of all time," wrote one user.
"Making menopause stylish. What a queen," penned another.
"Thank you for talking about hot flashes!" wrote a third fan.
A beauty icon since the '90s, Anderson admits that she should have been more proactive when it came to sun protection.
Flashing her Summer Fridays sunscreen to the camera, the 55-year-old says, "So, sunscreen. I should have used more sunscreen when I was little. I counted my freckles the other day; I have like 137, just on my nose."