It is a ubiquitous tool found in every household. Used commonly for grooming, flexible viewing, entertainment, architecture, and safety. It means make up, reflection or looking awesome in mirror.
The 🪞 Mirror emoji, graced with ornate frames, offers more than a mere reflection. It was approved in 2020 as part of Unicode 13.0. The shape and style of the frame can differ depending on the platform you’re using, so the image isn’t static.
Gone are the days when mirrors were just for checking out your hairstyle. In the digital world, this emoji can symbolize self-reflection. Used cleverly in tweets or texts, it nudges the recipient into a moment of introspection. Who hasn’t paused to ponder life when catching their reflection in a glass window or actual mirror?
Ah, but it's not all philosophical. The emoji also holds hands with vanity and beauty. It pairs well with the 💄 Lipstick emoji when you're jazzing up for a special event or simply want to flaunt your glamorous side. Think mirror selfies or snaps before heading out for a fabulous evening.
But let's flip the script. The 🪞 Mirror emoji also serves as a tool for criticism. It can subtly suggest a reality check. When someone’s being a tad too self-absorbed, or dare we say narcissistic, this is your go-to emoji. Want to tell them they need a long hard look at themselves? Send over a 🪞 and let it do the talking.
Ever notice how the mirror is often related to magic in folklore? In Snow White, it was a mirror that held wisdom and truth. While the emoji hasn’t yet evolved to that level of nuance, it does hint at something mysterious or otherworldly at times.
It's an accessorizing pro too! Planning your #OOTD (Outfit Of The Day)? The mirror emoji can accompany garment emojis like 👗 and 👚, signaling the pre-purchase dressing room moments. It's a wink to the consumer dance we do in front of mirrors, circling to view every angle before swiping that credit card.
Moving from vanity tables to bathrooms, the emoji makes frequent appearances. You’ll often see it next to a shower or bathtub emoji to depict the standard bathroom setting. From shaving to brushing teeth, a mirror is a silent observer to our mundane yet essential activities.
So, the next time you use or come across the 🪞 Mirror emoji echoes facets of life, bouncing back layers of meaning from self-love to self-examination, and from fashion choices to stark reality checks.
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Use shortcode : :mirror:
Note: - If you can't see the emoji, your device may not support Mirror emoji but you can still use it on other platforms.
Representations : mirror, reflection, reflector, speculum can be represented by 🪞 emoji.
but currently not supported in LG, HTC, Messenger, Mozilla, Emojidex
Mirror may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how Mirror emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of Mirror can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS but not supported in LG, HTC, Messenger, Mozilla, Emojidex. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of Mirror emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.
This emoji was release under Emoji 13.0 with Unicode 13.0 on March 10, 2020. Emoticons 1.2 update by Skype was the first to bring in Mirror emoji on June 1, 2015. Twitter, JoyPixels, Facebook, Google added the emoji 4 years later on May 11, 2020, June 23, 2020, July 1, 2020, August 3, 2020 respectively.
|Spanish||espéculo, espejo, reflector, reflejo, espejo|
|German||Reflexion, Spiegel, Spiegelbild, Spiegel|
|French||glace, miroir, psyché, reflet, miroir|
|Russian||зеркало, отражатель, отражение, зеркало|
|Italian||riflesso, specchio, specchio|
|Portuguese||espéculo, espelho, refletor, reflexão, espelho|
|Hexadecimal HTML Entity:||🪞|
|Decimal HTML Entity:||🪞|