By Jaclyn Ianetti
Before we get started, let’s look to the stars for a second…
Venus is the planet for love and harmony…and when Venus goes retrograde (moving backward), it can feel like anything BUT love. When a planet goes retrograde, its’ powers dim down, and things under its’ ruler ship can go a little bit haywire. So with our planetary peacekeeper taking a nap, it will be up to us scrappy humans to get along on our own.
Venus was actually retrograde this past wedding season/summer, from May 15 through June 27. Venus goes retrograde every year and a half or so, and it’s typically known as a “blackout time” for weddings. But seriously, with weddings being planned months (if not years) in advance, who can call off their nuptials just because of this temporary transit? If you happen to be getting married during any Venus retrograde, just take some extra precautions: Seat those argumentative relatives across the ballroom from each other…Put a presumptuous maid of honor in her place, or she’s out of the party!…And if you’re having serious second thoughts about your betrothed-to-be, don’t “say yes to the dress” just because the flowers and cake have been ordered.
During Venus retrograde, we’ll see our share of breakups … and makeups.
Retrogrades also bring back the past, so you’re as likely to take a temporary time-out from someone as you are to hear from “the one who got away” and even to consider a reunion. Relationships built on a shaky foundation will need to strengthen and fortify. This wouldn’t be a bad time to call up a couples’ therapist, try a workshop, or just simply make the communication channels between you and your sweetheart extra clear so you know where you both stand with each other.
Have no fear, though!…With a conscious mind and a generous heart, anybody can offset the waves of discord during Venus retrograde.
Some of these may seem like itty-bitty problems, but we all know that one tiny little issue on the day of your wedding is the equivalent to being the biggest disaster EVER!!!!
What can be worse than waking up with a pimple on your wedding day? For any facial flare-ups, just ice it…and then leave it alone. DO NOT pick or squeeze anything the day of the wedding. This includes extractions. Any doing of the previously mentioned will just make the problem area more inflamed, reddened , and harder to cover. Apply a concealer with a green base to counterbalance the red in the pimple on top of foundation to the area and set with a powder for more staying power. Keep your concealer on hand for touch-ups through out the day.
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