It’s Here! Your Monthly Love Horoscope Awaits

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Va-va-voom! May is off to a sultry start thanks to a full moon in Scorpio on the 3rd. As the sun tours traditional Taurus toward the end of the month, you’ll get the urge to settle down. (Do we hear bells?) But, don’t start doodling names in hearts and Googling wedding china just yet. Passionate Mars will swoop into flirty Gemini on May 11. (Watch out: Your eyes may wander during this six-week phase.) This month could also bring second thoughts about a romance — or a second chance with the one who got away. Don’t be too quick to categorize people in the second half of the month. You may just find that friends can become lovers and deeper connections are revealed. Buckle up your seat belts — May is coming in hot.

Aquarius Love Forecast

Who wants to play house? Nomadic Aquarians are feeling the call of the love nest this May, as the sun settles into your domestic zone until the 21st. Having someone sweet to come home to sounds like heaven — yes, even to your liberated ears. If you’re not ready to share a lease, you might agree on more sleepovers every week. And, while you’re a social butterfly, spending quality time at home will light your fire in the first half of May. With Venus in homespun Cancer after the 7th, you’ll also enjoy teaming up with your sweetie on some make-better missions. Tackle a household-improvement project, set up a workout area, or take turns making each other green smoothies in the morning. But, if all of this sounds a little too staid and boring, fear not. On the 21st, the sun will tour Gemini for a month, meaning your wilder nature will be back with a vengeance.

Single Aquarians won’t have trouble attracting people — it’s deciding which one to keep around that will be the hard part. The lead singers and peacocks could make you swoon, but with a tricky Mercury retrograde from the 18th on, they’re probably better to admire from afar. While Mercury’s in reverse until June 11, you could be attracted to drama like a moth to a flame. Make sure you have plenty of healthy excitement in your life so you don’t go seeking it in the arms of a troublemaking train wreck.

Your Beauty Forecast: A Two-Toned Cheek
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Photographed by Justin Borbely; Illustrated by Sydney Hass; Styled by Laura Pritchard; Makeup by Ashleigh B Ciucci; Hair by Adam Maclay; Manicure by Maki Sakamoto; Set design by Kate Landucci; Modeled by Rossy Herrera for Wilhelmina; Model wearing Longchamp dress and & Other Stories rings.