Definition of facial hair in English:

facial hair

Translate facial hair into Spanish


  • A growth of hair on a man's chin, cheeks, or upper lip.

    ‘men with lots of facial hair’
    • ‘The only contradiction to his boyishness is his ever-present facial hair.’
    • ‘Like a haircut, a change in facial hair is a great way to change your look.’
    • ‘A guy with great facial hair feels like the king of the world.’
    • ‘Charlie's facial hair has grown from stubble to full-fledged beard.’
    • ‘There's a fine line between what is considered in and out of style in terms of facial hair.’
    • ‘Many celebrities have fun when it comes to their facial hair.’
    • ‘Where would some of our most distinguished historical figures be without their facial hair?’
    • ‘Don't be afraid to try out new styles with your facial hair, since no change is permanent.’
    • ‘Banderas sports three-day old facial hair and a messy mop top, whispering all his lines at an inaudible level.’
    • ‘Carefully trimming, shaving and shaping one's facial hair can achieve a never-ending multitude of looks, such as handlebar moustaches, goatees and designer sideburns.’
    • ‘She lowered her age when she enlisted to make her lack of facial hair less remarkable.’
    • ‘Finns dress quite formally when heading out on the town, and the sight of a man not wearing a suit or jacket in a nightclub is as rare as a middle-aged Finn without facial hair.’
    • ‘The men plucked their facial hair and also removed hair around their heads, leaving a long central lock that they braided with decorative feathers, shells, and strings.’