The concept of makeovers, especially in the context of women transforming from quirky girls to mainstream beauties, is fundamental to many plot lines. The issue here is that young girls are taught to mold themselves into conventional norms and suppress their own individuality. Moreover, male transformations often involve growing up and overcoming obstacles, but rarely involve physical or cosmetic appearances.

The obsession with makeovers ties into a larger climate of scrutiny surrounding women's bodies. It is time to shift the narrative to one that embraces unique quirks and originality. By moving beyond the surface, we should embrace stories that depict women's intellect, skills, and ambition, attributes which are much more essential to the essence of humanity than any physical characteristc.