Note: The trick is to observe actors on TV and people around you, and look for the diversity of expressions and facial gestures they make in different situations. Without observations, you won't be able to accurately describe your character's face and facial expressions. This guide will only provide you words to better express what you have observed.
Heart-shaped, squared, round, oval, triangular, chiseled, sculpted, high forehead, blocky, flat, fine-boned, beefy, bestial, hawkish, horse-faced, haggard, homely, malevolent, shifty looking, nondescript face, poker face, snobbish, malevolent.
blue, green, brown, Arctic blue, ice blue, baby blue, sky blue, cornflower, robin’s egg blue, azure, aquamarine, cerulean, river blue, turquoise, sapphire blue, denim blue, steel blue, indigo, midnight blue, mint green, clover green, leaf green, moss green, emerald, army green, viridian, hazel, rust, sepia, amber, copper, sienna, mahogany, coal, ebony, obsidian, midnight black, cloud grey, silver, smoky, gunmetal grey, charcoal grey, stormy grey, gold, lavender, unusual eye color
big, crooked, beaky, aquiline, pointed, snub nose, bulbous, wide, flat, pointy, dainty, cute, Roman nose, hawk-like, aristocratic, distinctive, sharp, vulpine, prominent, short, thin, tiny, pert, turned up, asymmetric, straight, broken, craggy, reddened, nose ring, nose flared, she picked her nose, she scratched her nose a lot
oval, square, round, sharp cheekbones, high cheekbones, sculpted, chiseled, hollow cheeks, plump, sallow, sunken, angular, flawless, radiant, broad, youthful, gaunt, thin, lank, smooth, chubby, puffy, dimpled, furrowed, bulging, broad, fleshy, glowing, healthy, clean, soft, fair, tender, delicate, florid, fresh,wrinkled, withered, sunken, ruddy, reddened, rosy, burning, dull, greyish, colorless, tears rolled down her cheeks
thin lips, thick lips, big lips, dimpled, whiskered, missing teeth or toothless, gap toothed, underbite, overbite, squared jaw, jutting jaw, weak jawline, big jowls, Cupid’s bow mouth, half open, frowned, smiled, lips pressed firmly together, chapped lips, wore lipstick, stuck out her tongue, chewed on her lips, made a kissing face, licked her lips, lip smacks
no facial hair, unshaven, clean shaven, mustache, beard, sideburns, mutton-chop, goatee, five o’clock shadow, stubble, day-old stubble, pencil-thin, thin, thick beard, bushy, long, voluminous, pointy, lumberjack-like, clean, groomed, oiled, neat, closely trimmed, sculpted, greasy, patchy, scraggly, badly trimmed, tangled, stroked his beard, (same colors as the hair)