Definition of makeover
: an act or instance of making over a makeover of the tax system; especially : a changing of a person's appearance (as by the use of cosmetics or a different hairdo)
Examples of makeover in a Sentence
The actress had a complete makeover to turn her into a glamorous star.
They gave their advertising a total makeover to improve their corporate image.
Recent Examples of makeover from the Web
Victorian style isn’t always easy to make unfussy, but the design firm of Roman & Williams created a sleek makeover of the property, which opened in late 2015.
The new Southwest concourse and Terminal 1 renovation are part of a massive makeover set for completion by 2020.
The store (No. 16 in Bojangles’ history, opened in 1980 after the chain was founded in Charlotte in 1977) is the second to get a makeover that aims to make the Bo less take-out and more stick-around.
The patio got a light makeover with new furniture and umbrella tables.
Although Varadkar appears to be a step away from traditional Irish politics, a check of his voting record and of his campaign, promises more of a makeover than an overhaul.
Sprinting ahead: The Mid-Suburban League's reputation as a distance-running hotbed may be getting a makeover after MSL runners swept the Class 3A sprints.
State officials took the first step toward another potential makeover of New Orleans' iconic downtown stadium last week when the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District approved funding for a master plan to renovate the Superdome.
NBKC Bank, a sponsor of the show, nominated Crozier for the makeover.
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Definition of makeover for English Language Learners
: the act or process of making changes to improve the appearance or effectiveness of someone or something
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