Doja Cat covered herself in crystals and it’s a work of art

Doja Cat covered herself in crystals and it’s a work of art
Doja Cat covered herself in crystals and it’s a work of art

It’s safe to say that Doja Cat is never afraid to experiment with her look. Just recently, she experimented with a shaved forehead and micro bangs, but her latest look is definitely her boldest yet.

We had to do a double take and verify that it was indeed Doja Cat when we first saw these photos flooding our Instagram feed, and you can’t really blame us…

The singer stepped out to watch the Schiaparelli show at Paris Fashion Week, covered head to toe in blazing red crystals. 30,000 of them to be exact. Talk about going the extra mile in the name of beauty.

It really is a work of art:

We are speechless.

The “Doja’s Inferno” transformation was done by none other than legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath. Each of the 30,000 crystals was perfectly placed by hand and took Pat almost five hours complete. Talk about commitment to your beauty look.

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If you’re wondering exactly how the final look was done, Pat kindly gave us an overview of the lengthy process below (don’t worry, she sped it up for us).

It’s really fascinating.

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The look was said to create the idea of ​​a living sculpture sitting in the front row. The internet (of course) had its own take on the inspiration behind the crystallized look, but despite the memes, you can’t deny how stunning this beauty look is.

Although we probably wouldn’t try this one at home (now that would make an interesting commute to work), we’re in awe of the time, effort and skill that went into this iconic look. Well done, glamor team.

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