Pamela Anderson Cuts Her Hair Into a Pixie

10/30/2013 at 04:27 PM ET

Pamela Anderson short hairRex USA; Splash News Online

Pamela Anderson is nearly as famous for her tumbling blonde locks as she is for, well, her other assets, but she’s taking her hair in a new direction: shorter.

The Baywatch star (and soon-to-be marathon finisher) debuted a brand-new (and very cool) pixie cut in L.A. Wednesday. She gave her shorter crop a Parisian flair with stripes, cat-eye sunglasses and light, neutral makeup.

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We’re used to seeing the star a little more on display, as she has tended to favor lower-cut tops and a flashier face in years past. But this new look is great on her — like Charlize Theron‘s chic pixie, it highlights her delicate features and seems effortlessly elegant, a phrase which we might not have ordinarily associated with the star.

And regardless of why she cut it, she’ll likely be happy to not have to mess with miles of extensions on race day this weekend. Do you like her pixie cut?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Hair , Pamela Anderson

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Suz on

Wow! She looks great! It also makes her look so much younger!

Rosalind on

i think Pammy looks positively chic with this haircut! I love it x

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