Basic Trope: A character looks better to the audience before a makeover than after.
Straight: Audrey gets a makeover. Everyone in-universe think she's hot...but the audience doesn't.
Exaggerated: Audrey looks Hollywood Homely. After the makeover, she looks like a creepy China doll.
Downplayed: A makeup counter salesperson tries to convince Audrey that the Summer collection would be a good match for her, but Audrey's really got more of a Winter coloration, so the makeover doesn't really flatter her.
Averted: The makeover really does make her look better...or she doesn't get one at all.
Enforced: "She looks better after because we say so! Never mind that child yelling that the Emperor's naked!"
Lampshaded: "Now, normally I'd advocate being yourself, but no one here is themselves, so..."
Invoked: Audrey doesn't think she's beautiful and voluntarily gets a makeover. She thinks she looks better afterwards...
Defied: Same as invoked, but she thinks she looks hideous afterwards, and ends up undoing the makeover almost inmediately.
Conversed: "Don't you just hate it when they makeover a pretty girl unnecessarily, and she comes out worse than before?"
Deconstructed: Audrey truly thinks that she needs a makeover due to very low self esteem and perhaps past experiences. But although everyone likes her new look, she doesn't like being liked just for looking attractive.
Reconstructed: But her friends tell her they like her regardless of her looks. And so does Brian...