💫 Meaning: A golden star, with a long tail circling over it. This emoji is a cartoony way of showing dizziness, of course. It is very similar to the halo of stars we see around cartoons when they’re hurt or madly in love. The number of stars and the colors would vary across platforms.
As the name suggests, the 💫 Dizzy emoji signifies dizziness, instability; physical and emotional, and intoxication. Besides being drunk, high, and sleepy, dizziness can also be used in contexts of suggesting magic, surreality, beauty and even aesthetics.
How and When to Use the 💫 Dizzy Emoji
- Use this emoji while telling someone about a crazy intoxicated story.
- If you’re madly in love, and you’re telling a dear one about it, send this emoji.
- You can also use this emoji in anxiety-provoking conversations and situations.
- It’s a very subtle way of indicating that you’re uncomfortable too.
- However, this emoji can also be used to signify magic and surreality.
- If you zoned out throughout a conversation, send this emoji and an apology.
- Use this emoji as a response to something aesthetic and eye-catchy that you came across.
- 💫 Sleepy
- 💫 Intoxicated
- 💫 Unstable
- 💫 Disheveled
- 💫 Disoriented
- 💫 Magic
- 💫 Surreality
- 💫 Mild Discomfort
- 💫 Zoned Out
- 💫 Aesthetic
- 💫 Twin Stars
- 💫 Blessed
- 💫 Bliss