As a legitimate expert on astrological style, I should probably talk about style more often on this blog. I should also stop eating my weight in cheese monthly, too, but that’s not going to happen . . .
Anyway, this is a good week to visit a salon. In traditional astrological lore (the kind I learned from buying Llewellyn’s “Moon Sign Book” and other almanacs back in the day), getting a haircut sometime around the full moon is supposed to make your hair grow back thicker and fuller. The full moon arrives this Thursday. Also, Venus has caught back up with the sun in Leo (the hair sign), giving stylists and clients alike a good idea of what will be aesthetically pleasing.
So, if you need a haircut, get one. Or if you need a new wig, like the one in the photo, get one of those. Remember that I call Leo “the wig sign” in both of my books. I often discuss wigs when I’m advising Cancer women not to style their hair in a manner that makes it look like a wig, but that’s because they rarely wear wigs with the aplomb that Leo women possess. Leo women look good with things on top of their heads.
But I digress! I’m trying to tell you to do something with yourself while the stars are on your side. All sorts of beauty treatments are favored because this conjunction of Venus and the sun is actually forming an yod with imaginative Neptune and transformative Pluto. While those two outer planets are harmonizing with the planets most-closely associated with beauty and self-expression, the potential to make regrettable choices regarding one’s appearance is greatly reduced. This unusual configuration is actually closer today and tomorrow than on Thursday (the day of the full moon).
So, click the link above and get yourself a new wig. Or book a hair appointment, or a facial, or even a session with your tattoo artist. Just take advantage of the current cosmic climate before the dog days of summer return. They always return!
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming of blog posts where I start to talk about the horoscopes of celebrities but end up talking about myself instead . . .