"Good Morning America" gave Nitza Lipp -- a two-time cancer survivor from San Diego -- a brand new look so her outside would reflect how full of life she says she feels on the inside.
Nitza looks truly beautiful with her 10 years younger makeover! pic.twitter.com/mLpqCgdtC8- Good Morning America (@GMA) March 27, 2014
'Nitza, come on out! Take a look at yourself for the first time! No crying. No crying!'
Her sister said she wanted Lipp to get the makeover because she's an amazing person who's been through so much.
Lipp said the cancer took a toll on her spirit and her looks. Since battling the illness, the 49-year-old says she's constantly been told she looks like her sister's mother or her mother's sister.
Lipp said there wasn't anything she didn't love about the makeover, and online commenters agreed.
The day before the makeover, Lipp posted a photo of her and her sister in Times Square on Facebook.
The makeover is part of a 'GMA' ongoing Time Machine segment. Its purpose is to make participants look 10 years younger in 60 minutes.