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The image shows the face of a person who expresses the emotion called enjoyment or simply joy. This emotional state is reflected on the outside, through different facial expressions. There are forty two individual muscles in the face, that are activated by the respective emotion, and impacts facial expressions on the facial elements: forehead, eyebrows, eyelids, nose, cheeks, lips, chin.

The face is oval, rendered blank, outlined, with a broad forehead and a square jaw. The wide ears, on either side of the edge of the face, are rendered as two vertically elongated ovals and cut by curved lines at the top, marking the earlobe. The nose, in the center of the face, is long and ends at the base, above the lips, with a convex or curvy tip with wide nostrils, on either side.

The eyebrows, under the forehead and above the eyes, are rendered as two horizontal, embossed lines, slightly curved. The eyes are shown as two blank horizontal ovals, in the center of which is the eyeball highlighted by a thickened circle.

The mouth under the nose has the upper and lower lips separated and highlighted as two embossed lines, parallel, horizontal and wavy.

The hair on the head is combed on the back, starting from the edge of the forehead, and on either side it frames the face above the ears, left and right, being shown embossed.

In the case of joy, the forehead is smooth, wide and serene, the eyebrows keep the normal distance between them, the eyes are wide open, the cheekbones or bony structure under the skin of the cheeks are highlighted above the level of the nose by a dashed curved line, on each side of the face, right under the eyes. The cheekbones are more prominent when the cheeks rise above them and bulge them like two round pillows. At the same time, pits form around the mouth, because the skin is pulled up towards the cheekbones. Here you can see two other dashed lines, short and curved, to the left and right of the corners of the mouth. These are the folds of the skin that form wrinkles over time.

The skin wrinkles when the face smiles, especially in the case of joy, when the smile is stretched to the limit. This also happens when the cheeks rise above the cheekbones and above the eyes, wrinkles appear, as shown here in the edges from the ears of the corners of the eyes. The creases in the eyes are the shortest and also highlighted by small dashed lines. two in each corner.

The mouth is ajar, and smiles broadly, that is shows a big smile, and the lips are slightly parted but very stretched. The left and right corners of the mouth are raised much higher and seem more arched, in the case of joy, than in the state of happiness.

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