These are phrases commonly used. I think I didn’t include phrases with “ears” since I can’t think of any other than “I’m all ears” to indicate I’m interested in listening. If you have any phrases you want to add, please leave me a comment.
facelift: a procedure carried out to improve the appearance of something.
face to face: (of a situation) characterized by having those involved close together and facing each other. My understanding is that zoom meeting, although with video images, doesn’t count as a face to face meeting, but I am waiting to be corrected. What do you think?
thick skinned: insensitive to criticism or insults.
nosy: showing too much curiosity about other people’s affairs.
nosedive: a steep downward plunge by an aircraft.
turn up one’s nose: To show contemptuous or haughty disdain, distaste, or disregard for someone or something.
eyewitness: a person who has personally seen something happen and so can give a first-hand description of it.
keep your eyes peeled: be on the alert; watch carefully or vigilantly for something.
keep an eye out for: look out for something with particular attention.
eye contact: the act of looking directly into one another’s eyes.
turn a blind eye: pretend not to notice.
eye opening: (of an event or situation) unexpectedly enlightening.
get out of hand: to become difficult to control
give me a hand: to give someone help
first hand: coming from the original source or personal experience; gained or learned directly.
second hand: buying or selling things that have already been owned or used
wash your hands of: to say or show that you do not want to be involved with someone or something and that you are not responsible for them
hand-me-down: a garment or other item that has been passed on from another person.
change hands: (of a business or building) pass to a different owner.
fingers crossed: used for saying you hope something goes well
finger pointing: actions or words that bring attention to a particular person or issue.
wrap around one’s little finger: to have complete control over (someone)
finger in every pie: to have an interest in or be involved in everything
finger licking: tasty; delicious.
put my finger on: identify something exactly.
get your feet wet: to do something in a slow and simple way in order to become more familiar with it
cold feet: A loss or lack of courage or confidence; an onset of uncertainty or fear
stand on your own feet: to support oneself without help from other people
sweep someone off their feet: to make (someone) suddenly become very attracted to one in a romantic way
hand and foot: to provide everything that someone needs or wants
foot in one’s mouth: to say something foolish, embarrassing, or tactless
foot the bill: pay the bill for something, typically when the amount is considered large or unreasonable.
in somebody’s shoes: in someone’s place or stead
toe the line: accept the authority, principles, or policies of a particular group, especially under pressure.
head to toe: completely; over one’s full body.
on one’s toes: alert, ready to act