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.

Scorpio Love Forecast

Opposites attract! You thought you had a type, Scorpio, but May’s star map could bring some surprising developments. Someone who falls far outside the realm of the usual suspects could make your heart skip a beat. Doubly surprising is how much staying power this match can have. The sun will tour Taurus and your seventh house of committed relationships until the 21st, helping you play the long game in love. There’s a full moon in Scorpio on May 3rd, so all you have to do is be yourself. Your natural charm and charisma is a strong brew, but this month you could meet someone who can handle ALL of you. Lucky them!

On the 11th, lusty Mars heads into Gemini and your seductive and intimate eighth house until June 24. You’ll happily prove those sultry Scorpio rumors true — even more so after the 21st when the sun joins Mars in Gemini for a month. But, all that focus can be a lot for one mere mortal to take. Make sure you have a creative and athletic outlet, too, so you don’t overwhelm the object of your affections or get too eager about locking it down. Jealousy could bubble up while Mercury is in retrograde from May 18 to June 11. Keep that green-eyed monster at bay until you have all the facts. You are prone to overreacting during this signal-scrambling cosmic phase. The ghosts of lovers past could haunt you. Get the closure you need, even if that means writing a long letter that you drop into the fireplace rather than the mailbox.

Your Beauty Forecast: An Eye-Catching Fuchsia
To get the look, line the lower lashline with a hot-pink shadow. Apply fuchsia-colored glitter just to the end of the pink to slightly wing out the end. Lightly dust a yellow eyeshadow under the brow, and tap concealer just in the inner corner of the eye to brighten the look. With a powder brush, bring the hot-pink shadow from the corner of the eye, through the temple, and under the cheekbone. Finish by adding some highlighter just on the apple of the cheek. Pick a pink lip gloss to top off the look.

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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 Rachel Zoe dress and Still House earrings.