The Heart Eyes Emoji And Other Emojis To Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day  

Feb 10, 2020

One of the most popular ways to express your love for someone is through emojis. When you can’t find the words to say what’s in your heart, emojis will do the talking for you. Such as, if you want to tell someone you like him or her, use the Heart Eyes emoji to get your message across in a fun and easy way! Another great thing about emojis is this – you have little to worry about when you include them in your text messages, social media posts, or online chats-emojis have their own charming appeal and most people love them! When used appropriately, emojis make a great companion to any gift.

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And, with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, emojis are more in demand than ever. When words fail or are sometimes not enough, you can still make Valentine’s Day special for all the people in your life by sending them emojis. And the best part of all this is, if you’re ever in need of some inspiration to help you make your V-Day messages great, we’ve got just the thing to help you out-a fun and handy guide to Hearts Day emojis, guaranteed to give you all those cute, giddy, and happy feels:

1. Heart Eyes

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The most popular emoji on Valentine’s Day, the Heart Eyes emoji shows a face with red hearts for eyes and a big, open smile. It is used to show feelings of love, adoration, or infatuation for someone or something. If you’re a cat lover, you’ll surely love the cat variant of the Heart Eyes emoji, a picture of a Smiling Cat Face With Heart Eyes. 

Use this if you want to say:

I am madly in love with you! 😍
I am head over heels in love with you! 😍

2. Red Heart

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A classic heart emoji used to convey affection, love, gratitude or thanks. More subtle than the Heart Eyes emoji which outwardly shows affection, the Red Heart emoji is used to highlight an achievement, a relationship, or a relationship status.

Use this if you want to tell your friend, family member or significant other that you are happy they’re in your life. You can also use it to celebrate relationship anniversaries. If you’re feeling passionate about a person or event, you can place multiple red hearts before or after your message.

We’re celebrating our anniversary, we’ve been a couple for three years! ❤️❤️❤️
Got a promotion at work today! ❤️
I loved this movie! ❤️❤️

3. Two Hearts

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Two pink hearts, one larger than the other. the Two Hearts emoji is used to illustrate the love between a couple, and it means “love is in the air.” Unlike the Heart Eyes emoji which is more outward, sweeter in tone, the Two Hearts emoji has a more playful feel.

Use this if you want to tease two people who are falling in love with one another or are in a relationship and are doing something sweet together.

Is this love I am seeing right now? I am starting to see sparks fly! 💕
Are you and your partner going on a date on Valentine’s Day? 💕

4. Face Blowing A Kiss

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The Face Blowing A Kiss emoji shows a winking face with puckered lips blowing a small red heart that represents a kiss. It is used to convey flirty or romantic behavior.

Use this if you want to show your crush, boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband you fancy him or her.

I think you’re cute and I want to know you more. 😘
I want to show I like you with a kiss! 😘
Bye, I love you! 😘
Goodbye and good night! 😘

5. Rose

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The Rose emoji shows a picture of a red rose on a green stem. One of the most popular flowers on Valentine’s Day, the rose is known for its sweet-smelling scent, thick, velvety petals, and irresistible aroma. If you send someone a Rose emoji on Valentine’s Day,  you’ll be evoking the same intention and vibe if you were to give a rose in real life.

The Rose emoji differs from the romantic smileys you see a lot on Valentine’s Day, like Face Blowing A Kiss emoji, and the Heart Eyes emoji. Different because it features a tangible object,  something we see in real life, hence, it gives a more human element to online conversations.

Use this if you want to not so subtly hint to your boyfriend or husband that you want flowers on Valentine’s Day, or if you don’t have money to buy flowers for your special someone on Valentine’s Day, you try to make up for it by giving them a Rose emoji!

6. Purple Heart

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The Purple Heart emoji is an illustration of a heart colored in purple. It represents feelings of compassion and understanding. The Purple Heart emoji may also express glamor or wealth.

Use this if a friend or family member is sharing their problems with you, and you want to express sympathy. Not the happiest or most common emoji to use for Valentine’s Day, but sad things are an inevitable part of life, and, by showing compassion and sympathy for other people, you are also sharing the love.

I am so sorry it happened, I am here if you need me. 💜
I am heartbroken about what happened, just let it out, I am here to listen. 💜

7. Blue Heart

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The Blue Heart emoji is rarely used as a sign of love. Instead, this heart signifies peace, trust, and loyalty. The blue color of the heart suggests that it is a heart going cold, which is why some people use it for friend-zoning.

Use this if you’ve recently been experiencing unwanted advances from a good friend and you want to talk to other people about it, you may speak to your other acquaintances using the Blue Heart emoji. Another use of this emoji is to reconcile with someone you’ve had an argument with, or to tell a friend, “you can trust me with your secret.”

I think he likes me, and I don’t know how to let him down, but I really like him. 💙
I side with you on this issue and your secret is safe with me. 💙

8. Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes

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The Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes emoji shows a yellow face with red cheeks, a smiling face, and smiling eyes, expressing happiness and positivity. It is also known as the Blush emoji or Shy emoji. The Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes emoji looks more flirty than the typical smiley.

Use this if your crush or the special someone pays you a compliment on Valentine’s Day, instead of saying “aww shucks,” or “thank you,” in a bashful, blushing manner, use the Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes symbol.

9. Heart With Arrow

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Valentine’s Day is a day of romance symbolized by hearts. This is one reason you’ll see a lot of heart emojis on February 14 – from the Heart Eyes emoji to an equally popular Heart With Arrow Symbol. An illustration of a pink or red emoji with an arrow through the center, the Heart With Arrow emoji resembles a heart shot by Cupid’s arrow and is used to describe falling for someone.

Use this if you see someone you like, and you feel its love at first sight, or you want to confess your feelings to someone.

💘 Cupid shot an arrow through my heart, I feel so strongly for you! 💘

10. Sparkling Heart

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Want to draw attention to your message, post or text? Add the cute and glamorous Sparkling Heart! A favorite among Instagrammers and social media influencers, the Sparkling Heart emoji is an eye-catching photo of a pink heart with yellow, brightly shining stars in front of it. The glimmers of the heart suggest being head over heels over something or someone.

Use this if you want to tell the world about the person you love, and what a wonderful relationship you have, or you want to tell the world about an awesome aspect of your life.

I love __ and I want to tell everyone! 💖
I love this movie and I’ve seen it a ton of times, you all should see it, too! 💖

11. Winking Face

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The Winking Face emoji shows a yellow, winking face with a small smile.

A fan favorite, the Winking Face emoji sends a straightforward message that you are detecting the underlying innuendo behind the words of the person you are talking to. A far cry from the Heart Eyes emoji or Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes emoji, two very sweet, wholesome, and adorable symbols, the Winking Face emoji is used to convey playfulness, flirtation or good-natured irony.

Use this if your crush, girlfriend, boyfriend, husband or wife is getting flirty with you, and you like it, or you know what a friend is getting at, but you don’t want to be too direct about it.

12. Winking Face With Tongue

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The Winking Face With Tongue emoji is a photo of a winking face with its tongue sticking out. It is used to convey a sense of fun, teasing, joking, cheekiness, or silliness.

Use this if you’re done with all the sweet, wholesome emojis like the Heart Eyes emoji, and you want to show your wild and playful side! If you’re talking to a person you like, and you want to tell him or her you appreciate their sense of humor, and you can’t wait to laugh some more, this emoji is for you! The witty, flirty repartee will continue for hours to come!

13. Smirking Face

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The Smirking Face emoji shows a face with raised eyebrows, a half-smile, and eyes looking to one side. If you want to be sly, smug, mischievous, or flirty, use this emoji!

Use this if you just met someone and you wanna be flirty and a little cheeky. Adding this emoji to a text shows you are flirting or sending a suggestive message. The symbol can also mean you are feeling proud of something you’ve done.

Want to go somewhere after our date? 😏
Want to hang out at my place tonight? 😏

14. Love Letter

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A love letter is an indispensable part of Valentine’s Day celebrations, which makes Love Letter emojis very important, too! The Love Letter emoji is a photo of a white envelope sealed with a red heart. The letter represents an affectionate note or greeting card. It is used to express love and affection.

Use this if you are about to give someone a message filled with love, online, through an email, through a text, or in an old school way- written on a piece of paper and sealed with a kiss!

15. Ring

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A picture of a gray ring with a blue diamond on top. The Ring emoji is used to represent marriage, engagement, or proposal.

Use this if you will propose to someone! Unlike most love related symbols like the Heart Eyes emoji or Sparkling Heart emoji, the Ring emoji has only one meaning, it means you are putting a ring on it! If you are single and you don’t want to tell anyone, “will you marry me?” it’s better to stay away from this emoji!

16. Broken Heart

For many, Valentine’s Day is a lonely and sad day. For the newly broken up, divorced, and widowed, it brings sadness and longing for lost love. The Broken Heart emoji, a photo of a red heart broken in two, represents this emotion.

Use this if you are feeling sad, lonely, brokenhearted, and you want to share your feelings online.

17. Love Hotel

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The Love Hotel emoji is a picture of a pink hotel. A hotel for couples to spend the night together, some platforms have the letter H in front to represent “hotel.”

Use this if you want to invite someone to a Love Hotel for some sexy time!

18. Yellow Heart

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The Yellow Heart emoji symbolizes all the giddy, sunshiney feelings that come with love. It is a photo of a bright yellow heart and it is as expressive as the Heart Eyes emoji and Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes emoji.

Use this if you are in love, and you are enjoying all the fun, amazing feelings that go with it!

I am so in love and I want to tell everyone! It feels good! 💛
Isn’t love such a wonderful thing! It truly makes the world round! 💛

19. Growing Heart

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The Growing Heart emoji is an image of three pink hearts laid on top of one another, growing outward. It is used to show a growing or increasing interest in a person, event, or thing.

Use this if you are falling more and more in love with your friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife, and you want to tell them about it. You can also use the Growing Heart emoji for events or things you are beginning to like more and more, such as a TV series or a curling iron, etc.

A more recent definition of the Growing Heart emoji is to show body positive self-love. Curvy ladies use this emoji to show how much they love their body, so much so, a single heart isn’t enough to express his love.

I am growing more and more in love with you each day! 💗
I like this TV program, the second season is even better than the first! 💗

20. Kissing Face With Closed Eyes

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Valentine’s Day isn’t just about romantic love, it’s a day of celebrating love in all forms- whether that’s self-love, platonic love, passionate love or sexual love. On that note, the Kissing Face With Closed Eyes is the smiley to use if you want to plant a nice kiss on someone’s forehead. How sweet, right?

Use this if you want to tell your kids, nephews, or nephews goodnight with this thoughtful and charming emoji. You can also use it for your special someone if you’re feeling thoughtful and affectionate.

Good night and sweet dreams, I will always care about you. 😚
Goodbye and take care because you are special to me. 😚

Conclusion

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Whether you’re single, married for 30 years, a newlywed, or just started seeing someone, Valentine’s Day is something that’s hard to miss. As soon as Christmas is over, the red hearts, chocolates, and teddy bears fill the shelves, and get some people very excited, while others end up feeling lonely and sad. That shouldn’t be the case though, because Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate all kinds of love. It can be love for your partner, if you have one, but if not, don’t be down about it, now’s the best time to celebrate all the love in your life, from your friends, family, even your pets! There’s no other day dedicated purely to love, so why not make it a beautiful February 14 for everyone?