A new app completely changes the look of the world’s biggest celebrities – by adding or removing make-up to their faces in a single swipe.
The MakeApp technology perfectly preens A-list stars or digitally ‘removes’ all trace of cosmetics from photographs.
The process, which simply involves uploading a picture or video, allows users to lighten the skin, minimise redness, or tone down harsh lipstick.
Celebrities given a digital make-under by the app include the Duchess of Cambridge, Cheryl Cole, Victoria Beckham and even Prime Minister Theresa May.
Each looks drastically different to how they usually look, offering a fresh-faced look.
Others baring all are Kim Kardashian, Kelly Brook and R&B star Rihanna, who are normally dolled up for the camera.
But stars such as Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson, Ross Kemp and Prince William are a sight for sore eyes as they’re seen immaculately made-up for the first time.
Tom Hardy, Barack Obama and Nigel Farage are also sporting the slap after appearing to have called in the Glam Squad.
MakeApp users can also take a selfie of their own face before adding or removing make-up to their liking using one of three settings – remove makeup, Light Makeup, and Ultra Makeup.