Your June Love Horoscope Is MAJOR

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Summer lovin’ could happen so fast this month, but will it fizzle as fast as it sizzles? With a stack of planets in flirty, impetuous Gemini, it won’t be easy to settle down. An ex could make a reappearance while Mercury is in retrograde until June 11. But, rest assured, cozy Cancer takes the wheel on the 22nd. You’ll be ready to nest — and give the nice guys preference over the players — once again. This June, the couple that plays together, stays together. So, if you have a shared calendar, fill it with cultural activities, festivals, road trips, and sporty adventures. Read on for all the details in your individual forecast below — it’s going to be a hot one.

Sagittarius Love Forecast

Feel like you keep taking two steps forward, one step back? With communication planet Mercury in retrograde in your relationship house until the 11th, June could be off to a confusing start. Ride the wave, Sagittarius, and expect a series of highs and lows. If you stay steady — despite your love interest’s wavering desires and needs — you’ll come through with your heart (and relationship) intact. Don’t spend early June obsessively checking for you-know-who’s texts! With the annual full moon in Sagittarius lighting up the skies, it’s time to pursue your solo passions and interests. Absence most definitely will make the heart grow fonder.

You’re attracted to a wide spectrum of types this month, and with Venus nearby, a cross-cultural romance will simmer with extra spice. Vacationing could bring a bonus perk of romance — don’t rule out the long-distance relationship. After the 24th, the sun and Mars connect in your playing-for-keeps eighth house. If you’re not exclusive (or even putting a ring on it) by then, you’ll be ready to deliver the ultimatum, “Commit to me, or I’m moving on.”

Your Beauty Forecast: Unpredictable Blue
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Photographed by Jens Ingvarsson; Styled by Laura Pritchard; Makeup by Ashleigh B. Ciucci; Hair by Casey Geren; Manicure by Maki Sakamoto; Set design by Kate Landucci at Mary Howard Studio; Modeled by Fiona for ONE; Model wearing 2nd day top.