dizzy face 😵

When your head is spinning, there’s no way to express yourself with words. If you’re alone and you need to tell someone about your situation, just send the Dizzy Face emoji. Out of all the emojis out there, Dizzy Face, by far, most accurately captures the feeling of being dizzy. Take a look at its x-shaped eyes, raised eyebrows, and wide open mouth, and you’ll see what we mean! Use this emoji to let your loved ones know about your dizzy state, and they’ll surely help you through it.

However, if you intend to use this emoji in a group chat or if you’re looking for it online, don’t be confused if you see other users giving the emoji different names. Some like to call the symbol Face With Crossed-out Eyes or Cross-eyed Emoji.

Depending on context, the emoji has a variety of meanings. It typically refers to the sensation of being mentally or physically dizzy, but can also be used to show extreme shock, surprise, disbelief, awe, and amazement.

For instance, if a casual conversation suddenly turns hostile, send this emoji as a way of saying, “I am so confused. I don’t know what’s happening!” You can also send this emoji in a chat if you and your friends are posting photos and videos of a wild party the night before and you can’t remember a thing about it. In an online group chat, if someone suddenly turns their attention to you, use the dizzy face emoji to show how uncomfortable you are.

😵 Dizzy Face is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Dizzy Face Is Also Known As:

cross eyes

x eyes

im dead

intoxicated face

dying emoji

hypnotized face

knocked out

death face

Dizzy Face Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 181 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Dizzy Face Emoji History

Dizzy Face Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Dizzy Face Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F635
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010