Yes indeed: I wouldn't use the second alternative. Certainly you can do yourself up for an occasion, and a female might make herself up, but making something over has two uses that I can think of, neither of which applies to a person:
1. If you make your house or other property over to someone, you give it to him formally. This is usually done in your will, for him to have after you've died;
2. You can give your house, or a room in it, a make-over by completely redecorating it.
I might look in the mirror one Sunday morning and tell myself I needed a make-over, but that would be said jokingly, using the meaning of no.2 above.
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