emoji 🏼 medium-light skin tone svg png

“🏼” meaning: medium-light skin tone Emoji

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🏼Meaning and Description

This is a medium light square, it represents this skin color or this color, it is specially used to assist and decorate other emojis (partial human and body emojis in the "Human & Body" category), it is generally not used as an independent emojis. But sometimes it can be used alone when referring purely to colors.
The above content is difficult to understand, here is an example, “ 🧑🏼 How did it come about? In unicode encoding, it is actually 🧑 + 🏼 = 🧑🏼”

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🏼 is medium-light skin tone, it is related to skin tone, type 3, it can be found in emoji category: "🏼 Component" - "🏽 skin-tone".

🏼 is an Emoji modifier. There are 5 types of such skin tone Emoji modifiers, namely: 🏻, 🏼, 🏽, 🏾, 🏿. They are generally not used alone, but combined with other Emoji (called: Emoji modifier base) to form a new Emoji modifier sequence. The following are examples of combinations: More: A list of all Emoji containing 🏼 (medium-light skin tone) .
Wikipedia: 🏼 Fitzpatrick scale
The Fitzpatrick scale (also Fitzpatrick skin typing test; or Fitzpatrick phototyping scale) is a numerical classification schema for human skin color. It was developed in 1975 by Thomas B. Fitzpatrick as a way to estimate the response of different types of skin to ultraviolet (UV) light. It was initially developed on the basis of skin color to measure the correct dose of UVA for PUVA therapy, and when the initial testing based only on hair and eye colour resulted in too high UVA doses for some, it was altered to be based on the patient's reports of how their skin responds to the sun; it was also extended to a wider range of skin types. The Fitzpatrick scale remains a recognized tool for dermatological research into human skin pigmentation. The following list shows the six categories of the Fitzpatrick scale in relation to the 36 categories of the older von Luschan scale (in parenthesis): Type I (scores 0–6) always burns, never tans (palest; freckles) Type II (scores 7–13) usually burns, tans minimally Type III (scores 14–20) sometimes mild burn, tans uniformly Type IV (scores 21–27) burns minimally, always tans well (moderate brown) Type V (scores 28–34) very rarely burns, tans very easily (dark brown) Type VI (scores 35–36) never burns (deeply pigmented dark brown to darkest brown) 🔗 Fitzpatrick scale
🌐: Hauttyp, Fototipo, مقیاس فیتزپاتریک, Classification de Fitzpatrick, Skala Fitzpatrick, Fototipo, Fototypy skóry, Escala de Fitzpatrick, Шкала Фитцпатрика, Fitzpatrick skalası.

🏼Examples and Usage

🔸 When you use this emoji alone to represent a color, you can say like this, “Your skin tone is now great! Looks very healthy 🏼.”
🔸 🏻🏼🏽🏾🏿You can choose the degree of tanning.

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🏼Basic Information

Emoji: 🏼
Shortname: medium-light skin tone
Codepoint: U+1F3FC Copy
Decimal: ALT+127996
Unicode Version: 8.0 (2015-06-09)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🏼 Component
Sub Categories: 🏽 skin-tone
Keywords: medium-light skin tone | skin tone | type 3

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