Those movie moments that made you go oooh: here, the 10 top hair, skin and makeup makeovers that took a girl from drab to fab.
1. Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman: That moment when Vivian (Roberts) turns to face Edward at the bar, having traded OTT makeup and a kitschy wig for an au naturel smokey eye and her real curls, blew us away.
2. Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada: One of the best ever movie makeovers is when Andreaaah got dolled up by the beauty and fashion departments: hair with layers and style and the right eye makeup made a world of difference.
3. Jennifer Connelly in Labyrinth: Connelly's character Sarah transformed from a very ordinary, semi-geeky teenager to a princess fit for David Bowie's goblin king - max volume curls, flawlessly covered skin and a smokey eye did the trick.
4. Olivia Newton John in Grease: THAT moment when Sandra Dee turned up looking sexed-up, fierce and vixen-esque, changitty chang shooboping with the gang in crazy curls and a subtle-but-sexy smokey eye.
5. Zhang Ziyi in Memoirs of a Geisha:It's amazing how much of a difference white face powder, ra-ra red lips, defined brows and thick eyeliner made when Zhang Ziyi's character Sayuri emerged in her debut as a new maiko.
6. Jennifer Lawrence in Hunger Games: Katniss Everdeen went from plain-Jane, mussed-up warrior to makeup survival mode; think glittering skin, bashes of eyeshadow and false eyelashes to go with.
7. Melanie Griffith in Working Girl: Taking a big cue from a very bossy Sigourney Weaver, Griffith's spunky Tess McGill chopped her teased-to-high-heaven hair into a chic short bob and toned down the makeup a couple of notches.
8. Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady: Eliza Doolittle went from cockney flower girl to proper, high-society English gentlewoman, juxtaposing elaborate headpieces with understated-yet-classy makeup and updos.
9. Gwyneth Paltrow in Sliding Doors: This one is definitely one of the best hair-overs we've ever seen in a movie: Paltrow played Helen who goes from mousy brown, nothing-to-look-at long hair to a fashionable short blonde crop with long layers.
10. Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality: Bullock's unkempt, manly policewoman character, Gracie Hart, after a major beauty queen makeover: hair (wavy with well-cut layers), brows, skin (flawless), makeup (tastefully done) - you name it.