We're obsessed with Doja Cat’s Bridgerton-inspired Grammy look

Doja Cat’s Grammy look was all about the Bridgerton inspiration—and we can't get enough of it

 Doja Cat attends the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 03, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada / in a sparkly My Imperfect Life template
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Doja Cat's Grammy look did not mess around, as she treated fans to, not one, but two gorgeous gowns alongside a truly flawless makeup look—and it actually had a link to Bridgerton!

Doja’s look was created by makeup artist Ernesto Casillas, who used several products from Pat McGrath's new Bridgerton makeup collabs—the same products that were also behind the cast's regal looks at the Bridgerton season 2 premiere and in the series itself!

Casillas made our day by revealing exactly which products and shades he used to bring Doja’s look today—ready to Get Into It?

Recreate Doja Cat's Grammy look with these Pat McGrath products

Her base featured all the icons, including the Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation and concealer, and her soft glow was thanks to the Divine Blush & Glow Trio: Love at First Blush.

PAT MCGRATH LABS Sublime Perfection Foundation 

RRP: $68/£61

This foundation features a serum-like formula that blends and builds seamlessly from a sheer, second-skin tint to perfected medium coverage that wears comfortably for 12 hours. It's available in 36 universal shades.


Pat McGrath Labs x Bridgerton Divine Blush + Glow Trio limited-edition palette

RRP: $52/£49

This limited edition palette feature three multi-dimensional blush and highlighted shades that blend perfectly together, for a blushy glow, or separately for a focused blush or highlight.


Pat McGrath Mothership VII: Divine Rose 

RRP: $125/£120

This palette features ten creamy, rose-themed shades that can be used both dry and wet!

Pat McGrath Mothership I: Subliminal

RRP: $125/£120
Casillas used both the Divine Rose and Sublime palette to create Doja's stunning eye look.


To create Doja's nude 90s lip, Casillas used combo of PermaGel Ultra Lip Pencil in Deep Dive (opens in new tab), and the Satin Allure Lipstick in Venusian Peach (opens in new tab). Plus, for those wondering how her decolletage looked so shimmery—she's wearing the Bridgerton Skintillating Diamond Body Shimmer.

Pat McGrath x Bridgerton Skintillating Diamond Body Shimmer

RRP: $52/£49

This sparkly powder illuminator comes in a Regency-meets-modern powder pot with an ultra-soft body puff designed to lavish your face, eyes, and body in luxurious layers of prismatic sparkle and sunkissed shimmer.


Doja was also wearing TikTok’s favorite skincare brand, The Ordinary under her makeup—which no doubt helped her achieve such a flawless but glowy finish. 

What Grammy did Doja Cat win?

So now we’ve fawned over Doja’s look, it’s time to celebrate the fact that she won the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Kiss Me More, with SZA!

What happened during Doja Cat's acceptance speech? 

Hilariously, Doja actually nearly missed receiving her award altogether, after choosing the wrong moment to nip to the toilet.

When she finally arrived on stage, SZA jokily scolded her saying: “Girl, you went to the bathroom for like five minutes, are you serious?

To which Doja replied: “Listen, I’ve never taken a p*** so fast in my whole life!”

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Things then got adorably emotional, with Doja saying: “SZA, you are everything to me,” and adding “I like to downplay shit, but this is a big deal,” as she broke down in tears.

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Fans also spotted another wholesome moment, when Lady Gaga helped SZA onto the stage after she arrived at the show on crutches—how cute!

Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification. 

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.