face into (something)

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face into (something)

1. To turn in the direction of something. Hey, face into the wind so that the dress is blowing in this shot.
2. To turn someone or something toward something. If your plant is wilting, why don't you try facing it into the sun?
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face (someone or something) into something

to turn (the face or front of) someone or something directly toward something. Face the sail into the wind. Please face into the camera.
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All the while a 3D printer is transforming ultrasound images of Murilo's face into something solid.
There are groups of girls who criticize others for "looking good," such as the girl in the first paragraph of the article, who "contorted her face into something between silly and scary" for a photo and texted it with "This is what I think of selfies." I think there are reasons for such behavior.
From the neck up he was in small pieces and the surgeons performed a marathon nine-hour operation in Liverpool's Walton Hospital trying to rebuild that face into something recognisable as L Wyer.
Transform your look from a fresh modern daytime face into something dramatic and smokey.