Origin of facialFrench from Medieval Latin facialis from Vulgar Latin facia, face
A woman receiving a facial.
- The definition of facial is something related to the face.
A smile is an example of a facial expression.
- A facial is defined as a beauty treatment that is designed to exfoliate, invigorate or treat the skin of the face.
When you go to a salon or spa and you have a treatment done on your face that refreshes your skin, this is an example of a facial.
(comparative more facial, superlative most facial)
- Of or affecting the face.
From French facial
- His facial features suggested a stolid character.
- The next five years he spent in Italy and at Vienna, tormented by facial neuralgia.
- Towards the end of the summer of 1897 he began to suffer from an acute pain, which was attributed to facial neuralgia, and in November he went to Cannes.
- Maybe he's waiting to see if we buy her story or the tip that mentioned his facial hair.
- Yet he still couldn't control his facial muscles or speak.