Wild, Lashy Detect Used By Doja Cat To Take Down Critics

Who would be better suited to create a statement-making wardrobe moment than Doja Cat, a rising star in the world of entertainment? Over the span of her career, the musician has continually showcased an eclectic style— from neon green puffer jackets during her early breakthrough to body-hugging latex latex skirts for her award-winning “Say So” video. Recently, Doja Cat decided to take her fashion sense up a notch in a daring look for the ages.

An Internet icon since rising to the top of the charts with her viral hit single “Mooo!”, Doja Cat recently recreated the extraordinary event of the American Music Awards on November 22. She won two awards, making this an extra pleasant occasion.

The sensational momentous event did not stop at the awards she won; Doja Cat took her fashion to the next level. For her look at the virtual awards show, she chose to wear an ornate lavender balayage wig with a high, center-part and long, luscious lashes. Her hair was curled into voluminous waves and accented with a coordinating brushstroke of grey color. Her makeup was subtle yet mesmerizing, with a bold bronze shade beaming across her eyelids. To accessorize, she wore a large, pink diamond ring that sparkled with her outfit.

Doja Cat’s look was so appealing, her critics had no choice but to stan. She joined forces with Fashion Nova to release a dreamy collection of outfits inspired by the look she donned at the show. Her bold balayage and lacquered lashes highlighting her face were adulated by the fashion world, with some claiming she was setting the bar for the next generation of style.

Doja Cat’s look for the ages took the entertainment industry by storm. Her jewel-encrusted, lashy look was captivating and inspiring to viewers everywhere. She received a standing ovation from critics who applauded her as a fashion leader who was disrupting the status quo with her own personal sense of style. With this one look, Doja Cat brilliantly took down her critics and proved to everyone she was more than just a musical diva—she was also a style icon.

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Written by Dustin Gandof

Dustin Gandof is a writer for BeGitty, a website about news and entertainment. He is interested in a lot of things including the production of music. In college, he studied at North Carolina State University.

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