Doja Cat Mastered the Art of Extraterrestrial Glam in “Get Into It (Yuh)”

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On Jan. 31, rapper and singer Doja Cat released the highly anticipated music video to her single "Get Into It (Yuh)," and just as we expected, she took her hair and makeup looks to another level. The artist has never been one to shy away from taking risks with her beauty choices, but her commitment to a theme in this case is otherworldly.

In the latest music video, Doja Cat wears everything from a pink bowl cut (courtesy of hairstylist Jared Henderson) and dramatic graphic liner (thanks to makeup artist Ernesto Casillas) to platinum blond hair and a pink cat eye. Set in outer space, she combines her creative nature with traditional "alien" makeup, creating what we like to call "extraterrestrial glam." Doja Cat herself even lent a hand with the glam, using a £7 eyeliner for one of the looks ("[Doja] loves to add her own touch with graphic liners," Cassilas writes on Instagram). Oh, and you don't want to miss the extralong set of monochrome nails by manicurist Saccia Livingston.

The video is an endless source of inspiration if you want to start incorporating more colour and bold designs into your beauty routine. If you want a little of that, or just some eye candy, we've rounded up Doja Cat's best looks from the "Get Into It (Yuh)" video for easy mood board saving, ahead.

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Doja Cat's "Get Into It (Yuh)" Music Video Beauty Looks

While one of the simpler looks in the video, Doja Cat's teal wig and orange makeup are undoubtedly the most bold. Her makeup artist Casillas says that the look was originally supposed to be more elaborate but "once [they] laid down that bright orange, [they] were obsessed and left it at that."

To start, Casillas sticks with a natural base, playing up her eyes using the Pat McGrath Mothership V: Bronze Seduction palette (£120), and the Rokael Beauty"Lunas" lashes. Casillas then plays with the idea of a "typical" alien nose, which usually sees the extraterrestrial creatures with very short or no nose bridges at all. However, instead of using prosthetics, he uses the Danessa Myricks Waterproof Cushion Colour in the shade "Totally Tangerine" (£14) to achieve the look. With the addition of her gravity defying teal hair from hairstylist Jared Henderson, and chrome extendo nails by manicurist Saccia Livingstone, Doja looks every bit like the alien we'd actually want to take us to outer space.

Doja Cat's "Get Into It (Yuh)" Music Video Beauty Looks

Doja Cat's short pink hair and graphic liner look are sure to inspire Halloween costumes for years to come. This look again features her signature straight brows, as well as asymmetrical graphic eyeliner designs — a big makeup trend right now — in a matte black shade. With the rest of her makeup kept fairly natural, her fuchsia pink bowl cut takes centre stage.

Doja Cat's "Get Into It (Yuh)" Music Video Beauty Looks

One of our favourite looks has to be this fanned-out pink eyeshadow. Not only does she nail the "Star Trek" brow, but Casillas also kicks what started out as a traditional cut crease up a notch by adding an under eyeliner that is blended out to the sides of her face to double as blush.

For this look in particular, Casillas writes on Instagram that "Doja did her own liner and graphics" and he stacked the Rokael Beauty lashes in "Super Moon" and "Aurora Lites" to complete the eye. White details, added using the Glisten Cosmetics Wet Liner in Milk (£7), make the look much more avant-garde, and her long platinum hair adds an extraterrestrial touch that brings everything together.