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Facial Quotes

We’ve collected the best Facial Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bob Uecker, Andy Biersack, Paul Nassif, Coco Rocha. Use them as an inspiration.

The writing is important, but the way you say the line and the pause you give it, the facial expression – all of that is very important.
I just grew the hair on my back. Facial hair just wasn’t appealing to me. I liked it on my back, though.
Being a singer, I can easily break facial extremities, but breaking my nose in Luxembourg was extremely painful.
First of all, you want to make sure you find a doctor that is a board-certified specialist in whatever that field is – whatever it is – whether it’s plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, ocular plastic surgery, brain surgery, whatever it is. And two, if they do a procedure, you want to make sure they do a lot of it.
I think, in general, models tend to do their favorite faces or their comfortable face, but your facial expression is just so important. You don’t want to have an editorial of 20 photos where it’s just you giving a ‘Zoolander’ face.
Though I am associated in the public mind with glamorous songs and dances, my appearance in ‘Company‘ is in no way glamorous. Rather than rely on my body language, the number zooms in on my facial expressions.
I see all of my facial expressions and I think ‘Wow!’
I’m obsessed with the Clarisonic brush. It actually makes you feel like you’ve had a facial. It helps prevent ingrown hairs after shaving, too.
My beauty regimen is simple but concise: I exfoliate my face once a week, then cleanse. If my skin needs an extra boost, I use SK-II Facial Treatment Mask and SK-II Eye Mask for about 20 minutes. It’s the best thing for a healthy, glowing complexion.
I carry lots of oils, since I have the driest skin in all the land! I switch up my facial oils, and I make them myself with coconut oil and tea tree oil.
I fully accepted that I cannot grow facial hair, but it is quite emasculating.
I always wanted facial hair as soon as I could get it.
I always had the facial hair so I looked older than I was.
Jimmy Smith
I’m a really big fan of facial hair.
For me, there’s life before and after facial hair, so that’s how I look at everything.
Making the visuals photo-realistic lets us do things we were never able to do before. The voice acting, the facial expressions, are all that much deeper.
Wrestling is a universal language. The moves, the facial expressions, most people understand.
If I have the opportunity, a massage or facial is a great way to take a little ‘me time.’
If you’re an L.C.N. guy, you don’t have facial hair and you don’t have long hair. You have to be neat all the time. It’s the rule.
I found ‘The Face Of Another‘ by Kobo Abe disappointing despite the excellent, gothic premise: a man who‘s terrible facial scarring leads him to create a perfect mask.
I’m very scheduled; like every hour, I’ve got to do this, I’ve got to eat here. The facial’s at this time, the trainer‘s at this time, the electro-muscle therapy‘s at this time… it’s like every day is a whole thing.
I am very disciplined with my skin – I tone and I moisturize my skin twice a day. I also exfoliate, and I try to get a facial, like, once every two months.
My favorite thing is to get my nails done or get a facial.
Facial recognition, completely unmonitored, can be used for very bad things. It can be used for stalking, for example.
It was a challenge to be able to create a character without being able to use one’s normal set of expressions. All the rubber and makeup attached to your face left you with only a modest range of facial movements.
You can tell a lot about a person just by watching their facial expressions. But there are times when it’s best to hide your feelings, especially at work.
I love using Mario Badescu Facial Spray while traveling. Sometimes the air circulation on the plane makes my face dry, so it keeps me refreshed and hydrated.
I walked into the wrong examination room. I’m bad enough at facial recognition… I saw more that day than I cared to. Fortunately, I didn’t recognize her from that angle, whoever it was, and I didn’t ask. I’m off to a rocky start on the road to fatherhood, but I got a free view.
I usually treat myself to a monthly facial, but I also love masks.
It’s usually my mom who gets on me about my facial hair. I can’t grow a good mustache, so I guess it’s just a neck beard. I just have trouble growing up there.
I have permanent damage to my facial nerves. I went to the UCLA Movement Disorder Clinic, and after two years of tests and constant monitoring they have finally found the right medication that keeps the spasms under control.
A comedy can actually get funnier and funnier. Even though you know the joke, you enjoy it so much, it’s the facial expression, you laugh. The laugh doesn’t wear off. It could be with you for thirty years.
I love cleansing my face in the mornings and at night using Bliss Foaming Facial Wash. It makes my skin feel soft, and the refreshing smell always wakes me up.
In Beverly Hills, around 3 P.M. on Bedford Drive, a strange rite occurs. All the men and women who have had facial surgery leave the their surgeons and walk up and down the street bandaged like mummies in Prada, waiting for their loved ones to pick them up.
When I do a voiceover now, there are always a few people I’ve borrowed bits off, whether it’s their hats or facial hair, who’ll say: ‘That’s so funny; it’s obviously based on this guy.’ You think, ‘It ain’t: it’s you.’ Actors never think characters are based on them.
Our facial skins are thin with large pores; our back skins are thicker with small pores. One acts mainly as filter, the other mainly as barrier. And yet, it’s the same skin, no parts, no assemblies. It’s a system that gradually varies its functionality by varying elasticity.
My wife Martha used to call me Ol’ Lemon Face because of my facial contortions when I play Lucille. I squeeze my eyes and open my mouth, raise my eyebrows, cock my head and God knows what else. I look like I’m in torture, when in truth, I’m in ecstasy. I don’t do it for show. Every fiber of my being is tingling.
I was approached to do ‘MythBusters’ in 2002. I didn’t think it would go anywhere, but I guess anything can happen if you wear a funny hat and have lots of facial hair.
I don’t like facial hair.
When someone is in our tribe, I think it’s particularly easier for us to tell them apart, because we’re used to their facial features.
I guess, to tell you the truth, I’ve never had much of a desire to grow facial hair. I think I’ve managed to play quarterback just fine without a mustache.
I don’t want to be like other authors and say that there are only a few story lines in literature. A story is like a human face. We have as many stories as human faces. You might have similar facial features, but they’re all a little different.
It’s true that interacting through text means no eyelines, no facial expressions, no tone of voice. That can be an advantage, helping us to consider content rather than eloquence, import rather than source.
I read something recently about authorities using facial recognition in cities to track people simply walking around. That’s kind of unsettling.
I have lifestyle requirements. Photos, meetings, lunches, dinners, facial care, tooth care. It requires an exorbitant amount of money.
Gary Coleman
I’m mildly obsessed with skin care. I do a lot of masks at home, like Elisha Coy’s Korean Collagen masks. I also use an embarrassingly wide variety of facial creams.
A moustache is actually the one thing I really can grow. One of the bad parts about my facial hair situation is that I can’t grow sideburns. I’m happy to still have my own hair on my head, but I can’t grow any sideburns. If you ever see me with sideburns, they’re not real.
All over the world when you test men and women for facial cue recognition, women test… better. It’s a negotiation tool.
Michael Gurian
The thing that makes me feel the most confident is definitely my smile. I like that my smile and my facial expressions really show what I’m feeling, and my smile is the best way to show that I’m happy.
The best Mother‘s Day gift I ever got was just a full day with the kids where they did their mommy pampering. They cut cucumbers and put them on my eyes and my daughter gave me a facial. I’m not even sure what was in it!
The Yankees have strict rules. You can have a mustache but no other facial hair.
All you’ve got to do is turn up and have a few facial tics and be a lunatic and throw someone around the room or blow their brains out and people think it’s good acting.
Watch how you communicate with a woman. Because you’re always communicating, even when you’re not talking – with your body language, your facial expressions, your eyes.
I love a really, good in-depth facial, I’ve had the vampire facial. But I have my limits.
What you can do with visual effects is enhance the look of the character, but the actual integrity of the emotional performance and the way the character’s facial expressions work, that is what is going to be created on the day with other actors and the director.
Men were created to have facial hair like women were created to be smooth-faced. Well, not all women. I’ve seen pockets where that’s not the case, and that’s not good.
Jase Robertson
I want a guy who is masculine, good with his hands and able to build stuff and who has survival skills. Facial hair is a big turn-on. Most of the kids I hang out with in New York are hipster arty types, but I like a stronger, more physically imposing man – like a lumberjack.
What’s fascinating about facial hair? It’s more fascinating that people shave it off every day.
I get a facial maybe a couple of times a year.
I was 65 in May, and when I have just shaved, I see my father. I realise that I now have the same facial idiosyncrasies he had: little twitches here and there, mouth and nose movements, even the way he would tilt his head.
I wasn’t thinking of a sequel when I finished ‘Life Class.’ What changed my mind was the perception that the characters had a lot of life left in them, a lot of unresolved conflicts, and also I became interested in the Tonks pastel portraits of facially disfigured soldiers and in the whole area of facial reconstruction.
Pat Barker
I think it would be funny for people to read in obituaries of me that my major contribution to the arts was the popularization of the phrasesneutral facial expression’ and ‘screaming in agony.’
Tao Lin
It really all started in Buffalo, when it was cold, I wanted to see if I could grow facial hair and lo and behold it just kept growing.
Apparently, I get facials and manicures all the time. I read this and think, ‘Oh, I wish I did that!’ I don’t think I’ve had a facial since I was 19.
I like doing yoga; I like running and cycling – just staying active. And I love a facial.
Make it your profitable habit to carefully study facial expressions. You can see the entire human drama in a face; you can tell its owner‘s history.
You should shape your eyebrows according to your facial structure.
The scars on the face have always given me a sense that I’m not a very attractive person. I’m always unsure of myself, of my facial self.
After I grew some facial hair, I looked a bit older, and I guess that’s what the modeling world wanted because I started booking more luxury brands.
Godfrey Gao
We live in a society that celebrates familial connection above any other kind of relationship. We are shown photos of our great-grandparents and encouraged to marvel over facial similarities. We are told to take pride in our bloodlines, celebrate our ancestry.
Artificial intelligence is growing up fast, as are robots whose facial expressions can elicit empathy and make your mirror neurons quiver.
Normally for photo shoots I get a full wax, some tanning, a facial.
There’s something really wrong with using Botox: it stops you making facial expressions – people are so interested in how they appear that there’s no intention of projecting how they feel.
Due to my hectic work schedule, I hardly have enough sleep, and my skin tends to look dull. Facial masks are my savior, as it helps to brighten and hydrate my skin.
Having George W. Bush giving a lecture on business ethics is like having a leper give you a facial, it just doesn’t work!
I don’t like facial hair, and I don’t like kissing facial hair, as you cant find the lips.
I’m not somebody who is genetically gifted when it comes to facial hair.
I’m not, like, an English speaker, so I have confidence in my wrestling skills, also, like, body language, hand gestures, facial expressions. I put all of my emotion in my wrestling.
American Sign Language requires a lot of facial and body expression.
As for facial hair, I think I decided it was a good look after graduate school. I always shave it myself and trim my own beard. I change the look depending on the role. For ‘Million Dollar Baby,’ I had no facial hair. For ‘Men in Black 3,’ I had no facial hair but did wear a wig.
Maybe it’s genetics, I’ve been lucky enough to grow some facial hair. A bit of oil here and there and a trim up, but there’s not a lot to it.
A few times a week, I’ll put on La Roche-Posay’s Active C Facial Moisturizer. That’s probably my favorite cream. It clears up my skin a bit and provides more of an anti-wrinkle element.
I am not a big facial person. But I do love a body scrub.
Daria Werbowy
I always say men’s facial hair is kind of like women’s makeup. We know how to contour our face real nice and give ourselves nice angles and make our nose look not quite as crooked as it is.
The only thing that I travel with is an Ole Henriksen facial cleanser, something that my skin is used to avoid using different soaps at different hotels all the time, and Givenchy Man Pro-Energizing Massive Moisturizer. I usually keep my hair pretty short, too, so I don’t require a lot of stuff.
There’s a pressure to conform to particular images, and it feels a pretty exclusive pool of body image or facial image that is considered appealing. And in a way, that feels like pre-judging what an audience might actually want.
Hattie Morahan
In Romania it was normal that when you got a facial someone would tweeze your brows.
For those Muslim Chinese not in camps, Xinjiang is a surveillance state. Millions of artificial-intelligence-powered cameras use facial- and gait-recognition technologies to monitor individuals, Internet activity is closely tracked and DNA samples are collected.
I think at the end of the day with any technology, whether you’re talking about facial recognition technology or anything else, the people that use the technology have to be responsible for it, and if they use it irresponsibly, they have to be held accountable.
As far as lighting and blocking, camera angles and facial expressions, all that stuff that has to be very specific in film, as opposed to in wrestling where everything is larger than life and you’re performing to the masses.
It’s strange that a little facial hair causes that much excitement.
Many casinos in the United States already use facial recognition software to identify undesirables, apparently with a fair degree of success.
I remember once at the end of a BBC job interview the manager said to me: ‘I didn’t realise people like you were clever.’ I don’t think he was being intentionally nasty. At that time in the BBC he was surrounded by clones of himself, give or take some facial hair and glasses.
Every word, facial expression, gesture, or action on the part of a parent gives the child some message about self-worth. It is sad that so many parents don’t realize what messages they are sending.
Virginia Satir
You can’t do opera when already from the 10th row you can only see little dolls on the stage. In such an enormous space you can’t put much faith in the personal presence of the individual singer, which is reflected in facial expressions, among other things.
The original purpose of the beards was to help with the wind when it’s blowing in your face. When you’re out there in the woods hunting like we are all the time, we found that facial hair helps you to stay a lot warmer.
Willie Robertson
When you are doing a long scene, you have dialogue and interaction to narrate the character. But making sense out of facial expression and reacting is difficult. Having said that, I think such challenges are good for learning.
Fatima Sana Shaikh
I can be very stoic looking, that’s just my facial expression. I don’t smile a lot.
Bottom line – cosmetics are used to accentuate an existing sex difference in facial contrast. This does not mean that women engage in this beautification practice with knowledge of this sexual dimorphism.
Because Naughty Dog relies on their facial team to hand animate the faces of each game character and they do such a remarkable job, I think you can be more realistic with your acting. It gives the story and what’s happening to you the feeling that it’s a game.
A brow furrow is a very important indicator of confusion or concentration, and it can be a negative facial expression.
There’s a tiny vial of turmeric I like to add to my tea and my facial cleanser. It revitalizes and detoxifies – it does everything.
104 will accelerate making human co-experiences more immersive and personal, adding world-class facial animation technology as part of Roblox’s efforts to provide expressive emotive actions to avatars that will enable deeper connections for our community.
People communicate anger of course through facial expressions, but in voice, there’s a wider spectrum, like cold anger and hot anger and frustration and annoyance, and that entire spectrum is a lot clearer in the voice channel.
I have never had a facial in my life. I use a facewash, a sunblock, and then I am set, with some kohl pencil around my eyes.
Don’t let my facial expressions fool you. I try to stay poised and calm at all times, but I’m having a blast.
Even though we don’t speak the same language, we’re friends. I still make him laugh. You know it’s hard to make Fedor laugh, he don’t change his facial expressions at all. I don’t even know if he understands what I be saying, but when he gets around me, he be smiling.
Manchester United could have any goalkeeper in the world. I was a 23-year-old kid from New Jersey who, from an early age, had to cope with Tourette’s Syndrome, a brain disorder that can trigger speech and facial tics, vocal outbursts and obsessive compulsive behavior.
The thing about owls is that they do sort of have this facial disc, which is unlike any other bird. They kind of have a face, more than like a dog or a giraffe. They have this weird, alien face that you can actually make expressive.