Your Love Horoscope Gets Interesting This November...

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The temps may be dropping outside, but November’s lovecast is anything but frosty. With the sun shimmering through sultry, seductive Scorpio until the 23rd, this will be a minx-y month for all. Cosmic lovebirds Mars and Venus continue to travel side-by-side, making an exact connection in Virgo on the 2nd — a day where romantic plans come together like magic. The new moon on the 11th will rev up your mojo, while the Gemini full moon on the 25th will remind you that it’s just as important to be a lover as it is to be a best friend. Come on November, we’re ready for you.

Scorpio Love Forecast

You love them; you love them not. What’s it going to be, Scorpio? This month you may be more interested in checking out your options than settling down. And with lovebirds Mars and Venus piping through your popularity zone, you’ll have your hands full of admirers. Don’t let a good one slip away just because you’re caught up in the fun. A dashing charmer could come sweep you off your knee-high boots early in the month. But remember — give priority to the person who is both exciting and stable. (This elusive combo does exist.)

The Scorpio new moon, November 11, is an “ask, believe, receive” kind of day. Your wish is Cupid’s command, so be bold whether you’re detouring your amour through the jewelry aisle or making a vision board of your future mate. Or if what you really need is to break free, you’ll have the courage to move on. The full moon on the 25th lights up your seductive eighth house. A sexy spark could become an eternal flame that day, keeping you hot all winter long.

Your Beauty Forecast: Two-Toned Cat-Eyes
To get the look, prep your skin with foundation, concealer, and powder. Glide a shimmery, cobalt-blue liner along your upper lashline, starting at the inner corner and stopping just past the outer corner. Then, with an icier, more turquoise-blue shade, trace directly above your first line, using an angled brush to wing it out over the darker blue and creating the effect of a double cat-eye. Add two coats of mascara. Then, use your fingers to swirl a rosy cream blush onto the apples of your cheeks. Finish your look with a deep cherry-red lipstick.
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Photographed by Jens Ingvarsson; Styled by Laura Pritchard; Makeup by Ashleigh B. Ciucci; Hair by Casey Geren; Manicure by Rachel Shim for Artists by Timothy Priano; Set Design by Kate Landucci at Mary Howard Studio; Illustrated by Sydney Hass; Modeled by Nyamuoch Girwath for Fenton Models; Model wearing Mara Hoffman dress and aUrate earrings.