A cartoon-styled representation of dizziness. Generally depicted as one or more yellow stars swirling in a yellow or blue circle.
Resembles squeans, stylized stars and circles over the heads of characters in comics and animation to show they are dizzy, disoriented, intoxicated, or sick.
Commonly used for emphasis and flair or to indicate various positive sentiments. Like 🌠 Shooting Star, sometimes used as a visual reference to NBC’s More You Know public service announcement, popular in the 1990s and featuring a shooting star logo.
Not to be confused with ⭐ Star, 🌟 Glowing Star, and ✨ Sparkles, though their applications may overlap.
Facebook’s design features two stars spinning along two intersecting purple circles, though it previously only featured one yellow ring. Samsung’s design previously displayed several yellow circles and stars.
📅 Dizzy was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010
under the name “Dizzy Symbol”
and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.