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Unicorncore is an aesthetic based on unicorns. This aesthetic gives off colorful and playful vibes, similar to Lil Girl and Yume Kawaii although it can also give off more mature and ethereal vibes depending on how it is done. This aesthetic got slightly popular with younger children and teens from the 2010s to today. One of the most iconic things from this aesthetic was the viral Unicorn Frappuccino, which was available at Starbucks for only a few days in April 2017. This aesthetic can help spread positivity as well. Unicorncore also encompasses magic, purity, pride, diversity, freedom, innocence, healing, positivity, joy, and hope. Although the Japanese aesthetic Yumekawa and its offshoot Fairykei use a similar color palette and often feature unicorn motifs, they are still their own individual aesthetics which shouldn’t be confused with the western Unicorncore aesthetic.

The aesthetic usually incorporates finding unicorns, magic books, and myths about unicorns. Magic can play a fun part in Unicorncore, as Unicorns are mythical and magical creatures. People who like this aesthetic tend to love quiet spaces, magical areas, nature, flowers, rainbow paths, and trees. Related visuals and interests are reading, bright colors, glitter, sparkles, and flowers.

Visuals[]

Most visuals consist of sparkles, glitter, and anything else relating to the average unicorn visual. Colors like purple, pink, white gold, and rainbow(especially pastel rainbow colors) merge with these visuals to create the unicorncore aesthetic. Virtually every unicorn core aesthetic picture has a unicorn in it, showing the purpose of the aesthetic.

Different subgenres can show different visuals too, like Grunge Unicorn*, which mixes darker colors like black and grey with average unicorncore colors (i.e. white, pink, and rainbow). A unicorn can also appear in these sub-visuals, be it a drawing, mask or altered image fitting the grunge visual. You can learn more about these sub-visuals in the sub-genre section.

Fashion[]

Unicorncore fashion can be very colorful and fun, full of sequins and glitter. Many younger children have this fashion style, but any age is fine!

  • Pastel patterns
  • Pullovers
  • Pastel or rainbow sweaters
  • Pastel pajamas
  • Unicorn kigurumis
  • Pastel rainbow tutus
  • Dresses
  • Unicorn hoodies
  • Pastel holographic patterns
  • Lace material
  • White dresses
  • Gold jewelry
  • Tulle material
  • Denim mini skirts

Accessories[]

Accessories are an iconic part of Unicorncore fashion, adding a touch of fun and magic to your outfit. These include:

  • Flower crowns
  • Bows
  • Unicorn horn headbands
  • Colorful patches on jeans, etc.
  • Hair clips
  • Bracelets (especially charm bracelets)
  • Chokers

Makeup[]

  • Indigo, purple, pink, pastel shades
  • Sparkles
  • Rainbow makeup
  • Fake eyelashes (optional)
  • Pink blush
  • Pastel nail polish
  • Mint eye shadow
  • Unicorn stickers for nails
  • Glittery nail polish

Media[]

Characters[]

  • Star Butterfly (Star Vs. The Forces of Evil)
  • Mabel Pines (Gravity Falls)
  • Rainbow Brite
  • Kiki and Lala (Sanrio/Little Twin Stars)
  • Martha Dunnstock (Heathers)
  • Cream Unicorn Cookie (Cookie Run)
  • Twilight Sparkle (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Marshmallow (Annoying Orange)
  • Unikitty (LEGO/The LEGO Movie/Unikitty!)
  • Princess Celestia (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Felicity (Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty)
  • Unico
  • Opal (Jewelpet)
  • Pusheenicorn (Pusheen)
  • Super Pusheenicorn (Pusheen)
  • Ubercorn (Go Jetters)
  • Punicorn (Idol Time PriPara)

Movies[]

  • Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus (2005)
  • Killer Unicorn (2018)
  • The Last Unicorn (1982)
  • Unicorn Store (2017)
  • Unico (1981)
  • My Little Pony: The Movie(2017)

TV Shows[]

  • My Little Pony
  • Mia and Me
  • She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
  • Rainbow Brite
  • Star vs The Forces of Evil
  • Summer Camp Island
  • The Fantastic Adventures of Unico
  • Sailor Moon Super S
  • Unikitty!
  • Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty

Books[]

  • The Magical Unicorn Society Official Handbook
  • Rampant
  • The Road to Balinor
  • The Fire Ringer (trilogy)
  • Black Unicorn
  • Into the Land of the Unicorns
  • The Unicorn Quest
  • The Last Unicorn
  • The Black Unicorn
  • How to Catch a Unicorn
  • Uni the Unicorn
  • The Unicorn Quest
  • The Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea
  • Phoebe and her Unicorn

Games[]

  • Robot Unicorn Attack
  • Unicorn Chef: Cooking Games for Girls (the name says that it’s for girls but any other gender can also play it)
  • The Unicorn Princess
  • Unicorn Catch
  • Unicorn Tails
  • Secrets of the Magic Crystal
  • Unicorn Family Simulator
  • Robot Unicorn Attack 2
  • Twinkle - Unicorn Cat Princess
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn
  • Eternity: The Last Unicorn
  • My Baby Unicorn 2 - New Virtual Pony Pet
  • My Baby Unicorn - Virtual Pony Pet Care and Dress Up
  • Maximum Games The Unicorn Princess
  • Fluvsies - A Fluff to Love
  • Kpopsies - Hatch Baby Unicorns
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Mobile game)

Music[]

Pop artists and Kawaii music fit into the colorful and cute side of Unicorncore, while EDM, Disco and Lofi fit the more galaxy Unicorncore side. Since the Unicorn is a folk myth, Folk music fits into this aesthetic as well.

  • Disco
  • Lo-Fi
  • Pop
  • Kawaii
  • K-Pop
  • EDM
  • Folk music
  • Indie

Songs[]

  • Always by Erasure
  • Space Unicorn by Parry Grip
  • Every Robot Unicorn Attack song
  • Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing On Rainbows by Andrew Huang
  • The Unicorn by The Irish Rovers

Activities[]

  • Observing the stars
  • Cooking unicorn-themed recipes
  • Making and playing with slime (preferably rainbow slime and unicorn slime)
  • Reading books about unicorns
  • Keeping a dream diary
  • Having sleepovers
  • Hanging out with friends
  • Making friendship bracelets
  • Practicing some kind of dance
  • Collecting stickers, stuffed animals, or other things related to your childhood
  • Drawing or writing poetry about unicorns
  • Exploring to places in nature
  • Hunting rainbows
  • Looking for strange shapes in the clouds
  • Having picnics on the beach at magic hour
  • Learning about constellations
  • Studying zodiacs
  • Learning about birthstones

Resources[]

External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.

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