Introducing Your Ultimate Guide To Love, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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Out with the old and in with the new? Not so fast, cosmic lovers. March marks the final phase of a three-year showdown between controlling Pluto and change-maker Uranus, which comes to a head on March 16. Now may be the perfect time for you to revolutionize your romantic life, but some buried fears and insecurities could surface, causing you to cling to the familiar. The answer? Take it one change — even one honest conversation — at a time. Rome wasn't built in a day, so give your love life a chance to evolve at a steady pace. Below, we’ll share your individual forecasts for an amorous new adventure.

Cancer Love Forecast

So…where is this relationship going? You may be a bit obsessed with planning your romantic future in March. Red-hot Mars and romance-aholic Venus travel in tandem through Aries, your goal-oriented 10th house. This is the zone of public image, so you're turned on by the idea of being a "power couple." Just make sure you're not getting so status-blinded that you don't see the real person in front of you.

Also, mid-month, power struggles could flare up when controlling Pluto in your relationship house squares off with volatile Uranus in your masculine 10th house. These might even link back to residual anger toward your father or a male figure from your past. Spelling the terms out clearly, or being upfront about your boundaries, can go a long way. You might also feel overwhelmed by work changes or a demanding project that’s cutting into romance time. The March 20 solar eclipse propels you into greater honesty. Make that tough crab shell a little less opaque, and people will line up to support you.

Your Beauty Forecast: Dark Gunmetal
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Photographed by Justin Borbely; Illustrated by Sydney Hass; Styled by Laura Pritchard; Makeup by Ashleigh B Ciucci; Hair by Casey Geren; Manicure by Holly Falcone & Maki Sakamoto; Set design by Kate Landucci; Modeled by Alisar Ailabouni for Red. Model wearing Dominic Louis top and Melanie Auld earrings.