67 new emoji could be on the way, according to a document released by the Unicode Consortium, the group behind all emoji-related matters.

The new update includes the long-awaited redhead, as well as options for curly hair, grey hair and bald heads. Chinese fans will be happy with a moon cake and red envelope emoji, while foodies will have the option to speak in bagels, mangos and cupcakes.

But the best emoji in the running are undoubtedly the receipt and salt shaker, both of which are practically made to spice up Twitter beefs.

All 67 emoji are currently "draft candidates" for Unicode 11.0, scheduled to release June 2018. So even if your favorite emoji does make the cut, it will be a while until they arrive on our phones. Browse through all 67 potential emoji above.

In other news, Instagram now lets you add friends to your live videos.

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