It operates in much the same way as a cellular telephone: listening to voice commands to make contact, recording and playing messages, and even operating on a minutes-based service whose bill must be paid.
The mirror has a reflective glass in its center, which is the part where the person contacted appears. Around the glass, there is a metallic eight-pointed, star-shaped bezel with orange jewel insets. Though the mirror is mostly operated by voice commands, one of the jewels can be used as a "button" to activate the mirror manually.
According to Star and Marco's Guide to Mastering Every Dimension, each interdimensional mirror is assigned an "Mn" (or "mirror number"), similar to a phone number.
|Fingala Magic Mirror Movers||D04-1-33-658|
|Happy Mirror Movers||C99-3-11-098|
|King Butterfly/Queen Butterfly||D08-3-44-642|
|Pixie Customer Service||Unknown|
|St. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses||T21-6-65-865|
- My New Wand!
- Mr. Candle Cares
- Star on Wheels
- On the Job
- Hungry Larry
- Into the Wand
- Pizza Thing
- Page Turner
- Bon Bon the Birthday Clown
- Raid the Cave
- Running with Scissors
- Crystal Clear
- Face the Music
- In "Monster Arm", Star's mirror is outlined with hearts instead of jewels.
- "Blood Moon Ball" shows that Star's mirror can convert into a screen for her to change behind.
- The mirrors seem to have a physical connection between each other. In "Storm the Castle", Glossaryck put his hand through Star's mirror, and it came out through the mirror King and Queen Butterfly were using (although that may just have been due to Glossaryck's own magical ability).
- In season two, smaller versions of the mirrors, similar in appearance to compact mirrors and acting like cellphones, regularly appear.
- In "Demoncism", Star and Pony Head visit a compact mirror store, Reflectacorp Mobile.
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