1. She had a puzzled look on her face.

2. She had a confused look on her face.
3. She had a _______ look on her face.
[#1 means #3, doesn't it? What other adjectives can we use for the blank?]

Bewildered is one. It means confused. Quizzical might also be used, meaning mildly or amusedly puzzled, questioning.

She had a ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) look on her face.

Ah, my friend, this is nature. The beautiful ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) nature.

Yes, in this context, "She had a puzzled look on her face" and "She had a confused look on her face" can be considered similar in meaning. Both expressions indicate that she appeared unsure or uncertain about something.

To fill in the blank with other adjectives, you can use words that convey a similar meaning, such as:

- Baffled: She had a baffled look on her face.
- Perplexed: She had a perplexed look on her face.
- Bewildered: She had a bewildered look on her face.
- Disoriented: She had a disoriented look on her face.
- Frustrated: She had a frustrated look on her face.

These adjectives suggest different shades of confusion or uncertainty, but they can all describe the state of someone's facial expression when they are trying to make sense of something.