All forms of Oricorio are bipedal birds with pink legs, feet, and beaks.
Baile style has a red body with numerous black feathers on the wings and tail. A white curly feather also appears near the head.
Pom-Pom style has a light yellow body with white feathers covering the pelvic area. Clumped, yellow feathers in the shape of Pom Poms appear on the tips of the wings and feet. Yellow feathers also protrude from the head, but in a more organized manner.
Pa'u style has a pink body with three white and pink feathers at the tip of each wing. These feathers also appear at the waist and head to create a skirt and crown.
Sensu style has a purple body with fan-shaped feathers on the head, wings, tip of wings, and tail. These feathers start purple, then become a light purple, then end baby blue in color.
All Oricorio sip nectar from flowers to change their form.
Baile style Oricorio are very passionate, power filling their bodies when dancing.
Pom Pom style Oricorio are very friendly towards people, and use their dancing to cheer people up.
Pa'u style Oricorio move and act at their own pace, sometimes making them hard to deal with.
Sensu style Oricorio are quiet and collected.They are generally well received by people who migrated from Kanto due to their dancing reminding them of their homeland.