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What the stars have in store for you this Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s weekend is officially upon us. What does the sexy zodiac have in store for you this weekend? Well my little star signs, things are looking bright for all of you. I hope you enjoy Valentine’s day as much as I will. XOXO 

Aquarius (January 20th – February 18th)

Oh Aquarius, your love life is beginning to heat up! Run for cover and stay protected. A chance encounter with seductive Scorpio will be more than just a spring fling.

Pisces (February 19th – March 20th)

Little Pisces, there’s plenty of fish in the sea and you’re a catch! Stop doubting yourself, get out there and live a little. This Valentine’s day ditch the cats and go get some tail. An Aries with nice arms will sweep you off your feet – but be warned, an Aries wearing the colour purple will break your heart. Stay safe.

Aries (March 21st – April 19th)

As Mars begins to enter Venus you notice yourself feeling more aroused than usual as of late, perhaps it’s something to do with spring, maybe it’s the hot intern, but it’s most likely your lack of sex. The Italian with impossibly nice hair you used to text is waiting for you – get in contact again and make it V Day to remember.

Taurus (April 20th – May 20th)

As a Taurus  it’s in your nature to try new things. The full moon on the 22 of February will herald in a time of sexual liberation. You’re practically the 60’s sexual revolution. A Pisces with a penchant for fast cars means you’re in for the ride of your life – don’t forget to buckle up!

Gemini (May 21st – June 20th) 

A Gemini may be two faced, but that doesn’t mean they’re a prude – no! A chance encounter with a Libra and an Aries means change is coming – three is your lucky number and it looks like you’re number is up.

Cancer (June 21st – July 22nd) 

You are well aware the symbol for Cancer is the humble crab. But you know what’s not humble? Having crabs. A very brief encounter with an unsavoury Virgo leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth – amongst other things. This Valentines’s Day look after yourself!

Leo (July 23rd – August 22nd)  

Rawwwrrrr. Oh Leo, look at you go you sexy so and so. Things are certainly looking up for you this month. Saturn has given you a new lease on life and a wealth of Tinder potentials. However, time is running out. For some bizarre reason you feel compelled to actually do something on Valentine’s Day – you need a date, any date! Jupiter has assured that if you say yes to to the shy Scorpio you’re in for the ride of your life – literally!

Virgo (August 23rd – September 2nd)

The Virgo is uncomfortable around PDA’s except on Valentine’s day – you are craving the touch of another human being and Ann Summers just won’t cut it. But you have sworn off Tinder and rightly so, but you know things are getting bad when you can’t even walk down the vegetable aisle without thinking back to him. Why not give him a little text, you never know what might happen.

Libra (September 23rd – October 22nd) 

Crazy is the new black and oh boy, you’re head to toe crazy. You know, in polite society it’s generally looked down on to online stalk a potential partner. But honey listen, that guy you are obsessing over is not for you – no! Do you know why? Two words: Closet Case. Don’t be some guys beard – get a guy who will wear you as a beard.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21st) 

Uranus has called for an end to your current sex life situation. This Valentine’s Day why not surprise your lover with a smörgasbord of sonnets. You should reconnect with your partner in new and innovative ways. 

Sagittarius (November 22nd – December 21st) 

Learn to love your curves and you will take on the world. As a Sagittarius you are naturally vivacious so there’s no need for you to cover up – you are fierce! Mercury will enter Pluto on Sunday morning (and probably on Sunday night) – this means a financial windfall is on its way. Invest in sexy lingerie and you will love yourself all over again. 

Capricorn (December 22nd – January 19th)

An unusual alignment with three planets and the impending full moon means danger. Heartbreak might be just around the corner. Whatever you do during this heartbroken spell just make sure you keep things under wraps – literally! Avoid chardonnay and karaoke bars until at least the last Friday of the month.   
So taking your horoscope into account,  staying in is definitely sexier than going out on Valentine’s Day. A survey carried out by Durex Ireland found that while two thirds of Irish couples plan to mark 14th February in some way, over half (47%) would rather have a movie night! The national poll, which surveyed 1,000 Irish adults, was carried out by Durex Ireland to launch its new ‘Cut the Clichés’ campaign promoting the brand’s ‘RealFeel’ range, which delivers natural skin-on-skin feeling putting real feeling back into sex. As part of this campaign, Durex Ireland is calling on couples across Ireland to turn their back on romantic clichés and reignite the intimacy with their partner. Valentine’s gifts are first in the firing line with cliché presents being a serios no-no among both sexes. The survey found the worst gifts to receive as voted by men and women are teddy bears, lingerie, chocolates, and flowers, with 9 out of 10 Irish people say that getting engaged or married on the 14th February is the ultimate cliché! *Facepalm* It’s time to get creative lovers! Commenting on the research Irish sexologist Emily Power Smith says: “When it comes to gifts or ways to spend Valentine’s Day the clichés exist because they were at one point the most popular way to express love. “I love you” teddy bears were once novel and replaced flowers and chocolates as the currency of love. Now they are deemed passé and are often replaced with staying in and watching a movie. Sure, it’s free, no effort is required and watching a good movie will quash any chance of a meaningful conversation for those of us who might be exhausted, broke or not wanting to take any romantic risks. But is that really any better when real connection is required? Judging by the Durex Ireland research we are in need of a shake-up and a rethink about how we approach romance and our relationships. There is nothing wrong with clichés if they are meaningful to you. But if you’re trying to repair an intimacy chasm by using the cliché as a Band-Aid, it’s time to consider your options for creating a deeper, more authentic connection (which inevitably leads to better sex!). This is what the Durex Ireland campaign is all about. So on the 14th February instead of going through the same tired old clichés, why not try something new with your partner.”

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