These six exercises will tone up all the muscles of the face and the front of the neck. The only one of these that is really hard to learn is the scalp exercise. The others are relatively easy. But all of them should be done with good form. I'll explain good form in the six pages that you can access from the dropdown menu.
Doing these exercises three times a week for about 15 minutes in a session should be enough. It's best, though, for you to establish your own schedule - amount of time, repetitions, and sets. I'll get you started with a few suggestions but from then on it's all up to you.
My Video Presentation
If you want to see me demonstrate the facial exercises, you can order my new on-demand video presentation from Selene River Press which comes with a 31-page extended PDF manual explaining each of the 6 exercises in detail. Each video can be played from your favorite device or streamed online:
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The Learning Stage
Learning to do a half dozen exercises will not be an impossible burden. Some excellent facial exercise programs contain ten or even twenty exercises to master. For me this would be an overwhelming task, perhaps even overkill. I really don't think you need dozens of exercise variations to get the job done but of course that's a debatable subject.
Great expressive faces. These fine actors were happy for a while. You can see happiness in this photo. Actors, especially stage actors, get a full facial workout in a two-hour production. All 43 facial muscles work hard to project the voice and emotion.