We can notice a significant point that Allah (swt) mentioned the punishment of the disbeliever first then the bliss of the believers. That is because this is suitable to the speech about the overwhelming event when the faces of the disbelievers and disobedient who were laboring in the worldly life with disobedience, yet they face bad consequences, therefore, they will be humbled and humiliated, dragging their chains in the Hell and its valleys. So they will suffer from both the hardship of fatigue and the pain of torment.
The Arabic language does not include any words or expressions that express unfamiliar meanings. Allah (swt) addresses us of as much we understand and perceive of the hereafter pleasure, but in reality, it is above what we imagine. This is because the language clarifies just the things you can recognize.
Since the Paradise and the Hell are hidden and we know nothing about them, then there are no vocabularies that describe them. So that the messenger (saws) said:
(Allah said, ‘I have prepared for My pious worshipers such things as no eye has ever seen, no ear has ever heard of, and nobody has ever thought of.)
Therefore, in this verse there is a close meaning that can be understood:
([Other] faces, that Day, will show pleasure. (8))
The faces are dressed with cheerfulness, pleasure and happiness. Of course, this image exceeds what we may imagine and see. In the worldly life we see soft, fresh faces that have brightness and attraction that reflect what its owner’s soul enjoins of contentment, tranquility, faith and peace of mind.
 Sahih Muslim, book of Pertaining to Paradise, its description, its bounties and its intimates , hadith No (2824)