facial features - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
In my country she would be prized for her honey skin and red hair, here you pass her without a backwards glance. Isn't it always the way? We never treasure what we have, always what the other has. The girl has eyes like the most precious of stones, the ones we dive for in the ocean. Aaron, I wish you could see them, next time maybe. They are every shade of blue and green, polished and worn in fine jewelry. That girl is a walking work of art. If I were a less contented man I would look her way, take her perhaps... My heart was taken long ago, dear friend, and there is only ever one true love, right? Aren't the rest of the affairs all cheap imitations? I've always found it to be so. Once a heart is given for real, it remains so. But I digress...
The man had a thin face, yet was handsome nonetheless. His bone structure was symmetrical, cheek bones high and prominent. Despite his paler skin his nose was all african to match his brown eyes and dark hair.
Tylanna's face wasn't feminine by bone structure, nothing overly fine or elven. It was her eyelashes that made her all girl, long and black, framing eyes of darkest brown. Like many of her kin her features were pronounced: arched nose instead of the “button,” full lips and high cheekbones. A boy with her bones would be handsome, yet she was simply beautiful.
His face was craggy, but not in that over worn way, the way that tells of a life too hard. It was one of a well lived life, laughter and gentle kindness. Though he was sitting on the old park bench I could see him sitting before a winter fire, the yellow light making art of his years. With his high arched nose he must have been an awkward young man, gangly in the limbs no doubt, yet he had become handsome with age as many men do.
His facial features were babyish, big eyes, soft skin and a button nose. There was nothing rugged about his looks at all, even his jaw was shaved absolutely smooth. It'd always gone for the lumberjack type before, but he just slayed me with how kind he looked, how safe.
I've never seen a man look more like a ferret. It was as if he'd been pulled by the nose before his bones were set in place. I guess his almost colourless hair didn't help, making his eyes appear all the smaller.
Paulo walked the steps with the gait of man with a little too much muscle, his face blank like a catalogue model. Gia took a moment to take in his features: neat, smooth, perfect beneath his latin skin.
The woman's face from the front was ordinary to the point of boring, yet when she turned everyone noticed. Her profile was too flat, like she's run into a brick wall and just stayed like that.
baby-faced, fine, furrowed, sculpted, thin, beautiful, handsome, fresh-faced, good-looking, seamed, unlined, chiseled, healthy, attractive, snub-nosed, weather-beaten, craggy, young. old, covered with deep lines, filled with wisdom