12 Iconic Movie
Makeovers That’ll
Inspire Your
Transformation

Makeover montages are an indispensable part of cinema—here's a roundup of the most iconic movie makeovers that'll push you to
change things up every once in a while.

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Tomboy to undercover beauty
pageant contestant? Now that's
one hell of a makeover.

Miss Congeniality (2000)

Hey, Andrea Sachs, are those
the Chanel...well, of course, they are.

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

It probably wasn't until Amy
Heckerling-directed Clueless that movie
makeovers became such a thing.

Clueless (1995)

Does a curly-haired, spectacled teen
with braces—and absolutely no fashion sense—make for the future princess
of Genovia?

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Mission: Turning socially inept
Laney into the next high school
prom queen.

She's All That (1999)

Did Dr Daniel Maccabee fall in love
with Katherine Murphy after she strut
down—dipped in designer head-to-toe—to
meet the other woman? We bet our
bottom dollar.

Just Go With It (2011)

Not long after the Plastics took her
under their wings did Cady undergo
a major makeover—glossy lips,
kitschy hair clips, pretty pink short skirts,
the works.

Mean Girls (2004)

From thigh-high leather boots and
a blonde wig to satin gloves and an
elegant off-shoulder dress, Vivian
Ward shows us what a makeover really
looks like.

Pretty Woman (1990)

Josie Geller ditches her gawky
braces, poufy 80s dresses, and side
ponies for perfectly buoyant curls as
she pukers up for her first kiss.

Never Been Kissed (1999)

No cinderella story is complete without
the mouse-ridden pumpkin carriage, the
delicate glass slipper, and a *major*
fashion turnaround.

Cinderella (2015)

Audrey Hepburn underwent one of
the first-ever cinematic makeovers for her
role as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady,
sporting feathery hats, fashionable fringe
cuts, and bold lipstick.

My Fair Lady (1964)

Sandy Olsson's good-girl-gone-bad
transformation in Grease—flaunting a
leather-clad, red-lipped vixen look—will be
forever iconic.

Grease (1978)

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