A new library of emojis has been revealed that seem to reflect the chaos that happened in 2020, such as a mending heart and face with spiral eyes.
The Unicode Consortium, the organization responsible for creating emojis, announced 217 new avatars for Emoji 13.1, which also adds a heart on fire, a face exhaling and a face in the clouds.
According to the emoji reference website Emojipedia, the spiral eyes emoji replaces an existing one which displayed spiral eyes on some platforms, but X eyes on others.
Most of the updates are to skin tones, as users will have 210 new options that appear in multi-person emojis - mostly couples kissing and sharing hearts.
There will also be gender-inclusive bearded emojis, allowing users to choose among a bearded man, a bearded woman or a gender-neutral individual with a beard.
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A new library of emojis has been revealed that seem to reflect the chaos that happened in 2020, such as a mending heart and face with spiral eyes
This more modest update was created so there'd be new emojis before then.
'The Unicode Consortium is a volunteer organization and we would be completely without new emoji in 2021 if it weren't for the dedication of many volunteers who make this possible,' the group said.
The 'Face Exhaling' emoji represents relief, exhaustion, or a sigh of disappointment, according to Emojipedia, though it may also be used to symbolize smoking.
The new 'Mending Heart' emoji is 'the opposite of a broken heart,' Emojipedia says, and indicates healing 'or to express sympathy for someone going through a difficult time.'
Emoji 13.1 will include a bearded lady avatar, with an option for a gender-neutral individual with a beard. Currently only a male-presenting face with a beard is available
The Unicode Consortium has launched 217 new emojis, which will roll out in the coming months. Most are updates to skin-tone options, though all-new emojis include a face in the clouds, a bandaged heart, a face exhaling and a heart on fire
The face in the clouds icon is 'ambiguous,' according to Emojipedia and