Embarrassment Kaomoji

To convey a feeling of shyness or embarrassment to your interlocutor, kaomoji usually use the semicolon ; which is added to the emoticon. The Japanese believe that it resembles a drop of sweat on a person’s forehead. Symbols * and o are also used to convey this emotional state in their culture. The interlocutor demonstrates their flushed face during texting using these symbols.

Slanted lines, which supposedly cover the face when a person feels embarrassed, can also be used. Embarrassment and shyness with various connotations: negative and positive are displayed in emoticons in about the same way. The most vivid emoji in the embarrassment category is the man facepalming emoji.

(⌒_⌒;)(o^ ^o)(*/ω\)
(*/_\)(*ノωノ)(o-_-o)
( ◡‿◡ *)(ᵔ.ᵔ)(*ノ∀`*)
(//ω//)(ノ*°▽°*)(*^.^*)
( ̄▽ ̄*)ゞ(⁄ ⁄•⁄ω⁄•⁄ ⁄)(*/▽\*)
(„ಡωಡ„)(ง ื▿ ื)ว( 〃▽〃)
(*/。\)(*μ_μ)(//▽//)
(*ノ▽ノ)(⁄ ⁄>⁄ ▽ ⁄<⁄ ⁄)