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.
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.
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!’
For me, there’s life before and after facial hair, so that’s how I look at everything.
Wrestling is a universal language. The moves, the facial expressions, most people understand.
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.
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.
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 don’t like facial hair.
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.
I read something recently about authorities using facial recognition in cities to track people simply walking around. That’s kind of unsettling.
All over the world when you test men and women for facial cue recognition, women test… better. It’s a negotiation tool.
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.
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.
What’s fascinating about facial hair? It’s more fascinating that people shave it off every day.
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.
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 phrases ‘neutral facial expression’ and ‘screaming in agony.’
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.
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.
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.
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.
I’m not somebody who is genetically gifted when it comes to facial hair.
I am not a big facial person. But I do love a body scrub.
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.
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.
It’s strange that a little facial hair causes that much excitement.
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.
A brow furrow is a very important indicator of confusion or concentration, and it can be a negative facial expression.
Loom.ai 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.
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.