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have a makeover
To have one's appearance altered, as by making dramatic changes to one's makeup, hair, clothing, etc. "Makeover" is often hyphenated. This is the show where military veterans who are re-entering the workforce have makeovers. A: "Did you really convince Mom to have a make-over?" B: "Yeah, I think she would have a lot more self-confidence if she had a trendy new look."
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