A face blowing the wind, as a personification of nature (e.g., Mother Nature, the North Wind) who creates the wind by blowing air from its mouth. Depicted as a gray, profile of a human face, generally with a feminine appearance, blowing swirls from her mouth to the right.
May be used to represent windy weather. Occasionally used to represent clouds, fog, smoke, and smoking. Not to be confused with Dashing Away, though their applications may overlap.
Microsoft’s design is blue, as is Facebook’s, whose design most clearly suggests a woman’s face. WhatsApp’s design depicts a cloud with a face, as Samsung’s previously did.
Wind Face was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014 under the name “Wind Blowing Face” and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
The "🌬️" or "Wind Face" emote depicts a face blowing a gust of wind out of its mouth. It can be used to represent wind, air, or a refreshing breeze, and can also convey a sense of relief or coolness.
- Gratitude & Thankfulness:
"I'm grateful for the wind that helps to cool me down on hot summer days. 🌬️"
- Enthusiasm & Eagerness:
"I'm so excited to go windsurfing today - the wind is perfect! 🌬️"
- Amusement & Humor:
"Your hair looks like a bird's nest after that gust of wind. 😂🌬️"