Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello everyone! Welcome to Idiom 100, where we learn 100 commonly used idioms by native English speakers. All of the explanations are in English, so it might be challenging for you, but just try to imagine the meanings in your head and study hard and soon you'll be able to use these idioms in your conversations. Is everyone ready? Let's begin. Hello again! Nice to see everyone. Today's idiom is: put my face on. Put my face on. Okay, this is a very fun and interesting idiom and let's imagine you're sitting there with no face. You have no face. So, you're not ready to go out and go shopping, right? So, you have to put on your eyes and put on your nose, put your face on and then you're ready to go, right? Alright, so let's listen to some examples and think about this idiom. Mom, are you ready to go? Just a second, I need to put on my face! Okay, the second example: Why are you taking extra time to put your face on today? Why else? I have a big date today! Alright, so 'put my face on' or 'put your face on' means usually to put on make-up or to get ready. Alright, and be careful, because this is usually an idiom used just for women. If a man says, 'I need to put my face on,' maybe it sounds very funny and it can be a good joke, but it's a very common and useful phrase for women when you need to say that you need a little extra time to get ready. Yeah, so next time your friend calls and you just finished taking a shower, but she wants to go have lunch, you say, 'Give me 20 minutes. I have to put my face on.' I'll see you later! That's all for today.