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She gave me a vigorous 15-minute facial massage that made frown lines fade and cheekbones appear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Apart from the facial features, there is the familiar footwork and turn of pace. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The plush hotel has no less than five swimming and reasonably priced beauty treatments, such as relaxing facials and massages. The Sun (2016)His facial muscles rarely move. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Would it hurt him to move a facial muscle at some point? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stars were pampered backstage with hand and arm massages and facial treatments. The Sun (2006)It offers treatments including facials and manicures and mother and daughter pamper experiences. The Sun (2013)The defender is nursing a facial injury but has been fitted with a protective mask. The Sun (2010)The treatment is finished with a mini facial massage. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This will tone and retrain facial muscles to return to their correct position. The Sun (2015)Houston is home to some pretty expensive facial hair. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Guests can relax and enjoy pampering with a facial or massage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her facial muscles were clearly struggling to cope with such an unusual task. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He had lost all facial muscle in and around the cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This results in an overall rejuvenation of all the facial features that is far more effective and also far more natural in appearance. Sedgbeer, Sandra The A-Z of Beauty Treatment (1994)There's nobody that has those same facial features. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two people were hurt, one needing hospital treatment for facial injuries. The Sun (2015)And you can get a massage, manicure and facial at the glossy new spa. The Sun (2010)He's smaller and some of his facial features are enlarged. The Sun (2010)We have to ask about your facial hair in the show - are the sideburns real? The Sun (2014)Then you relax while you're given one of five different facial treatments. The Sun (2011)Gone are the days when you could choose between just a facial, a massage and a manicure. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A section on facial reconstruction features two bronze busts of nobody. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I have not seen so much facial hair in one room for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A night fisherman had to get hospital treatment for a facial wound after being attacked in his tent by a marauding fox. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The 37-year-old has missed two matches since suffering a facial injury against Leeds. The Sun (2010)Treatments include manicures, facials, eyebrow shaping and loads more. The Sun (2014)

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Traduções de facial

Inglês Britânico: facial /ˈfeɪʃəl/ ADJECTIVE
Facial is used to describe things that relate to your face.
...his facial expression.
  • Inglês Americano: facial
  • Árabe: وَجْهِيّ
  • Português Brasileiro: facial
  • Chinês: 面部的
  • Croata: facijalni
  • Tcheco: obličejový
  • Dinamarquês: ansigts-
  • Holandês: gezichts-
  • Espanhol Europeu: facial
  • Finlandês: kasvo-
  • Francês: facial
  • Alemão: Gesichts-
  • Grego: προσώπου
  • Italiano: facciale
  • Japonês: 顔の
  • Coreano: 얼굴의
  • Norueguês: ansikts-
  • Polonês: twarzowy
  • Português Europeu: facial
  • Romeno: facial
  • Russo: лицевой
  • Espanhol: facial
  • Sueco: ansikts-
  • Tailandês: เกี่ยวกับใบหน้า
  • Turco: yüz
  • Ucraniano: лицьовий
  • Vietnamita: thuộc mặt
Inglês Britânico: facial /ˈfeɪʃəl/ NOUN
Afacial is a sort of beauty treatment in which someone's face is massaged, and creams and other substances are rubbed into it.
Where's the best place to get a facial in this city?
  • Inglês Americano: facial
  • Árabe: تَدْلِيكُ الوَجْه
  • Português Brasileiro: limpeza de pele
  • Chinês: 面部按摩
  • Croata: tretman lica
  • Tcheco: obličejová maska
  • Dinamarquês: ansigtsbehandling
  • Holandês: gezichtsbehandeling
  • Espanhol Europeu: limpieza de cutis
  • Finlandês: kasvohoito
  • Francês: soins du visage
  • Alemão: Gesichtsbehandlung
  • Grego: περιποίηση προσώπου
  • Italiano: pulizia del viso
  • Japonês: 美顔術
  • Coreano: 미안술
  • Norueguês: ansiktsbehandling
  • Polonês: zabieg kosmetyczny (twarzy)
  • Português Europeu: limpeza de pele
  • Romeno: tratament facial
  • Russo: уход за лицом
  • Espanhol: limpieza de cutis
  • Sueco: ansiktsbehandling
  • Tailandês: การบำรุงผิวหน้า
  • Turco: yüz bakımı
  • Ucraniano: догляд за обличчям
  • Vietnamita: sự làm đẹp cho mặt


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