If you are using OSX this is wonderful because you can customise your command line by adding emoji icons to the bash prompt.
You can find icons inside your Edit menu: Edit -> Emoji & Symbols.
How to add custom icons to our bash?
So edit your .bash_profile with your favourite editor vim, nano for example, and add the line:
Open Emoji & Symbol panel and drag and drop your favorite emoji inside quotation marks.
Depending on terminal settings, nothing may be visible after using drag & drop. Close and reopen you terminal and voilà:
You can customise terminal bash with some others options:
|\W||Current working directory (ie: Desktop/)|
|\w||Current working directory with full path|
This is my favourite customisation:
PS1="🌀 \[email protected]\h\W$ "