The dizzy face emoji is one of a number of emojis whose meaning is not altogether transparent without explanation, and so has taken on its own meanings over the years. It has a wide open, circular mouth which gives the appearance of alarm or surprise, raised eyebrows, and instantly recognizable X-eyes. This is meant to give the appearance of a dizzy face, a suggestion which is slightly clearer on Twitter and Facebook where the eyes are spiraled circles. Today, its most common meaning and usage is for when something baffling or confusing occurs and sends your head into a dizzy spell!
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The emoji can express a range of feelings. From surprise and disbelief to amazement, it covers a lot of emotional ground when sent from a girl. And it's not just about these feelings; it can also suggest feelings of sickness or even too much partying.
There's more to it than just this. Think of messages that are so shocking they leave you feeling 'out of words'. This emoji has that covered too. It's perfect for when she wants to convey an "I can't believe it" emotion.
But not all similar-looking emojis mean the same thing. The 😵💫 Face with Spiral Eyes is distinct, suggesting feelings of confusion or being lost. It's perfect for those moments when things just don't make sense.
This emoji also covers the feeling of being under a spell. It's similar to how cartoons depict characters in a trance, with spirals replacing their eyes.
Dizzy Face may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how Dizzy Face emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of Dizzy Face can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of Dizzy Face emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.
This emoji was first introduced in Unicode 6.0 in October, 2010 which was followed by addition to Emoji 1.0 in August, 2015. Dizzy Face emoji appeared on iOS 6.0, Android 4.3, EmojiOne 1.0 for the first time.
|German||Schwindel im Gesicht|
|UTF-8:||F0 9F 98 B5|
|UTF-8 (C):||F0 9F 98 B5|
|UTF-16 (C):||0xD83D 0xDE35|
|UTF-8:||360 237 230 265|
|Other developer codes:|
|Java, C++, C:||"0xD83D\uDE35"|