Definition of do someone up in English:

do someone up

phrasal verb

  • Dress someone up, especially in an elaborate or impressive way.

    ‘Agnes was all done up in a slinky black number’
    • ‘‘You don't look so bad yourself,’ Heather replied, realizing that Martha was done up.’
    • ‘She was poked, prodded, and pinned until she was done up in one of the most elaborate gowns she'd ever worn.’
    • ‘A group of teenage girls got on, all done up in glitter, crop tops and tight jeans.’
    • ‘Lizzy and Jane were done up nicely if discreetly.’
    • ‘I decided she needed to go out clubbing and did her up in a cute punk style.’