He does not feel the need to embroider every note with a facial expression or a flick of the wrist.
Of course, there was a time when facial hair was de rigueur on Wall Street.
The machines also capture images of facial features of each user.
c.1600, "face to face," from French facial, from Medieval Latin facialis "of the face," from facies (see face (n.)). Meaning "of the face" is from 1818. The noun meaning "beauty treatment for the face" is from 1914, American English.
facial fa·cial (fā'shəl)
Relating to the face.