To stop facial bleeding, you initially need to take a piece of cloth and apply some pressure on the wound. If the blood still comes out, increase the pressure, but without causing any more damage. Don't apply too much pressure should be applied on the tender near the temple and eyes.
Don’t remove the piece of cloth until you get medical help. A lot of people make a huge mistake by removing the pressure all of a sudden, when they feel that the bleeding has stopped. It is not a good idea, because the bleeding may start again.
If there is any blood coming out from the nose, quickly tilt the head back in order to reduce the flow.
If you are facing a bleeding forehead, you need to ensure that the blood does not enter the nose or mouth while flowing downwards. The airways should stay clear; otherwise, the patient will find it difficult to breath.
If the injury is not severe, bandage the wound, once the bleeding is stopped. However, you need to ensure that the wound does not attract any dust. Otherwise, the patient may catch an infection.
Consult a doctor immediately in case the injury is serious. The sooner you seek medical attention, the lesser the damage would be.