In general conversation, the term facial features is more appropriate to use. Facial lineaments is a term usually used in poetic script or literature, and refers to a distinctive characteristic of the face; however, it is not commonly used in vocal conversation.---Do not use "facial lineaments." The word "lineaments" all by itself means "facial features."
Collagen injections are often used as facial fillers. Collagen injections are often done to the facial area, particularly around the eyes and on the forehead to reduce wrinkles.
it is used to draw pictures and create animations
'Gum arabic' is used in many 'lickable' glue applications, and sometimes in theatrical make-up for sticking moustaches and other facial features on temporarily.
No, facial can be used as a noun or an adjective but not as a verb.
A pencil is an example of a tool that can be used to draw lines on paper.
it was used as a facial cream or facial wash. gross i know
Image analysis takes meaningful information from images and interprets it. It can be used to do many diverse things, such as reading bar codes, analyzing medical images or identifying people from their facial features.
The phrase to 'draw the line' is used when someone wants to end a topic, or set a limit to something, as to acknowledge that a limit has been reached.
an organ used to digest and absorb food