When it comes to the love compatibility between a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man, it is an emotional pairing that is an all-consuming one. The Scorpio woman explores the depths of love; the Cancer man is enamored by the intensity he feels around her.
Scorpio Woman Cancer Man Love Compatibility
This is an emotionally charged couple and one where the heart rules. They value a lot of the same things in a relationship and have no problem connecting on a romantic and emotional level.
However, all of the emotions tied to this relationship can also become too overwhelming, and this couple is often hot and cold as a result. When it’s good, it’s out-of-this-world good, and when it’s bad, it’s a little overwhelming.
What attracts a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man to each other?
These two are both attracted to how each other shows up in the world. Water signs out of anyone often notice each other in a room as they are the ones who tend to wear their emotions on their sleeves more. Even with the Scorpio woman always trying to maintain her mysterious aura, the Cancer man quickly takes note of her and wants to get to know what is beneath the surface.
The Scorpio woman sees the Cancer man as a best friend and lover, and she may want a friendship before making things more serious. There is something of a kinship between these two, and they will enjoy doing a lot of the same things together. They quickly become two peas in a pod, and the attraction is really powerful here.
What is the relationship like between a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man?
These two get along well, and there are a lot of advantages to this relationship for the both of them. They can be themselves fully with one another and experience unconditional love and support from each other. This is a couple that shows their support for one another and tends to build their life around each other and the relationship.
The Scorpio woman and Cancer man have an emotional connection first and foremost, and that energy is what is the foundation of the relationship.
When this couple goes through challenges, however, things can get petty quickly, and this is a relationship where there could be a lot of ups and downs if not watched out for. There is a lot of intensity here, and they will need to learn how to have more patience and consideration for one another.
All in all, this is a homebody couple who will love to spend a lot of time together, be creative with one another, and experience a sense of unity in love.
What is the sex like between a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man?
The sex between the Scorpio woman and Cancer man is truly unforgettable. These two get along on many levels in life, and this, of course, includes the bedroom as well. Being both intuitive individuals, they know how to read each other’s body language and soon become fluent. The Scorpio woman tends to have a sex drive that not many can keep up with, but the Cancer man is not intimidated in the slightest.
These two will keep their romantic and sex life on the down-low and a more secret area of their life, but this is where things are truly interesting for them. They are often into the kinky type of stuff that involves leather, and they find they have a strong connection sexually. This is a passionate type of love.
What makes a relationship between a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man work?
What makes things work in this relationship is their dedication and commitment to the partnership and growing together as one. They don’t have a problem defining the relationship or letting each other know how they feel about each other. There is love here, and they both can feel it.
The Scorpio woman feels like her needs are tending to her and that the Cancer man truly understands her. The Cancer man’s nurturing instincts come out right away in this relationship, and he sees the Scorpio woman as someone he can settle down with.
This relationship will have a lot of shared goals and common interests, and they will include each other in everything they are doing. These are two people who love to be around each other and can have fun doing anything. They will talk for hours about their past, present, and future, and this relationship has depth.
Not everything is perfect, but there is a lot of good energy here keeping them together. This combo is often seen in long-term relationships and marriages.
What may cause a Scorpio woman and a Cancer man to break up?
What was once passion and intensity in the best ways can soon become overwhelming and chaotic. Even though there is strong compatibility between these two, their similarities can often feel like their detriment. The Cancer man is emotionally impulsive, and the Scorpio woman doesn’t forget anything; this energy can lead to a lot of built-up resentments and words said/actions done that can’t be taken back. These two can be their own worst enemy in the relationship, and fights will be pretty intense here.
The challenge with the two is that they are both the type to be all in or nothing, so if there are issues that arise in the relationship, one of the two (or both) may leave the relationship or begin to entertain other people or the idea of them. It’s easy for them to get lost in the drama of love and dismiss the positives of the relationship.
When things are challenging, they will have to make sure they don’t let them go too far and handle things with more grace and compassion for each other to make things work.
Summary: Is a Scorpio woman compatible with a Cancer man?
Overall, the compatibility between the Scorpio woman and Cancer man is strong and one of the better ones for both of them. Depending on the two Scorpio and Cancers at hand, this can be a fulfilling and life-long relationship or a beautiful mess. If they don’t have a strong connection to healthy emotions and what they need in a partnership, then things can turn pretty sour quickly here.
Intentions are everything, and as long as both of these individuals are looking to go all in love and devote themselves to each other, then this is a supportive and forever-type-of couple.
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In xoNecole's series Dope Abodes, we tour the living spaces of millennial women, where they dwell, how they live, and the things they choose to adorn and share their spaces with.
Annisa LiMara has called this space her home for two years. Her Atlanta sanctuary, which she aimed to give the look and feel of something you'd see in the glossy pages of Architectural Digest, embodies her vision of "stunning, yet functional and cozy."
"My home is a reflection of my brand, The Creative Peach Studios, and I am the 'Creative Peach,'" Annisa explains. "It was so easy to reflect who I am and my personal story in my space. When you walk into my home, you know that it is Annisa’s home. I’m so proud of that. So grateful."
On the journey to becoming a homeowner, Annisa looks back on her experience as a "rough one," detailing that she officially started house hunting in March 2020. It had become so expensive to rent, and the 30-something lifestyle influencer decided she would rather invest the money she spent renting into owning a home. However, nine days into house hunting, her search was put on hold for a year. The following year, in 2021, the process of finding the right home and going under contract took a total of four months.
"The resell route didn’t work out, so my realtor suggested a new construction home, which turned out to be the better option," she tells xoNecole of her experience. "Although it requires more patience, it turned out to be a much easier process and a lot easier to maintain since it’s brand new."
As it turns out, the open floor plan three-bedroom two-and-half-bath would prove to be a blank canvas for Annisa to flex her creativity and design skills.
As a new construction, she watched the townhome get built from the ground up, and due to the "cookie-cutter" nature of new builds, Annisa knew immediately that she would change everything about it. The best part about it? All of her updates were cosmetic, so transformation could occur without having to do major renovations to achieve the look and feel she desired.
"The first things I updated were all the lighting, adding built-ins around my fireplace, and installing wallpaper in my bedroom, office, and dining room! I also had board and batten installed in the upstairs loft to make a statement and the kitchen island," Annisa details.
"Lastly, we painted the loft a soft blush pink, the kitchen island is a gorgeous terracotta, and added contrast with black on the doors, fireplace, and stairwell banisters."
In total, she spent $15K in renovations (plus the cost of furniture and decor). And although she says the second level of her home is a "work-in-progress," two years in, she considers the transformation nearly done.
Annisa defines her decor style as "organic modern meets midcentury modern with a touch of boho," and with thoughtfully placed touches like plants, warm tones, and organic textures, her perspective can be felt throughout. "I found my point of view as a designer in my work and as I worked on my home, so it all came together organically based on what I was naturally drawn to."
"The organic modern meets midcentury modern with a touch of boho' is definitely my signature style. You’ll always see greenery, warm tones, brass, and rattan or wicker in just about every room. My color story is based on my brand [The Creative Peach Studios] colors: blush pink, ivory, olive and sage green, terracotta, and nudes," she adds.
It was her brand colors that would be the jumping-off point for her approach to decorating and styling her space. That, and a picture she had of what would become her sofa from Albany Park. She recalled her decor decisions, "It was their olive Park Sectional Sofa, and I knew instantly I wanted it, and it aligned with my brand colors naturally, so it was a no-brainer."
By drawing inspiration from Pinterest, favorite design brands like CB2, Arhaus, and Souk Bohemian, and through her work, Annisa allowed herself to be guided by her signature style as well as her instincts when making decor and color choices for her own home. "Sometimes there is no rhyme or reason; it just feels right."
Some of the aspects of her home that she regards as her favorites include her bedroom and its little nook where her bed is positioned, the open upstairs loft, and the open concept because "it really allows you to see all of the details I put into the design all at once." Another of her favorite finds is a purchase she copped from the thrift store years ago.
"I have this little brown and gold chair that I picked up for $6 at a thrift store in Jersey six years ago. I couldn’t afford much in my little studio, but the chair was beautiful and unlike anything I had ever seen."
In addition to accent walls featuring blush pink and terracotta tones throughout the space, her gallery wall is another element that immediately draws the eye of any guest who enters. Annisa recalled a fond memory of a fine art piece she purchased from a Black woman artist when she first moved to Atlanta that she now prominently features in her living room. "It was a Black villager from her travels in Africa, and I fell in love with it because it felt like an ancestor I never met. I later found out that she was the sister of one of my very first design clients two years later," she shares. "Talk about a full-circle moment!"
Cultivating a space takes time and patience, and that is a sentiment Annisa echoes when advising people who are looking to infuse more of themselves into their own dope abodes through design. "It is not a race, and you’ll spend more money if you rush into designing without really being intentional about the vision for your space," Annisa concludes. "You just need creativity and patience to do it! And most of all, make sure you feel like it’s an oasis for you!"
For more of Annisa, follow her on Instagram @annisalimara.
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If you followed Beyoncé’s career, then you know how hair has played an important role in her journey. Her mom, Ms. Tina Knowles, owned a hair salon when the multi-Grammy award-winning artist was growing up, and she has shared on several occasions how it impacted her life. We’ve also witnessed her many hair transformations throughout her career, from braids to her signature long, straight honey blonde tresses. However, it was her pixie cut in 2013 that had everyone talking.
Beyoncé and Tina launched Cécred (pronounced sacred), a hair care line that includes a clarifying shampoo and scalp scrub, a hydrating shampoo, a nourishing hair oil, and much more. The mother-daughter duo opened up about their latest business venture together to Essence in its March/April issue, and the “Alien Superstar” revisited her haircut and how it reflected a life change.
“It did. That’s right. I love how we associate a certain hairstyle with moments in our lives, like that short-hair moment. I remember the day I decided to just cut all my hair off. I didn’t have a particular style in mind,” she explained.
“It wasn’t an aesthetic choice, but it was a very big emotional transformation and metamorphosis that I was going through. So much of my identity as a performer has been connected to flowing hair. Cutting my hair off was me rebelling against being this woman that society thinks I’m supposed to be.”
Beyonc\u00e9 to ESSENCE Magazine on her 2013 pixie cut:\n\n"I remember the day I decided to just cut all my hair off. I didn\u2019t have a particular style in mind. It wasn\u2019t an aesthetic choice, but it was a very big emotional transformation and metamorphosis that I was going through."\ud83d\ude2d\ud83e\udd79— (@)
She continued, “I was a new mother, and something about the liberation of becoming a mother made me want to just shed all of that. It was a physical representation of me shedding the expectations put upon me. I just wanted it off.
Neal Farinah, my hairstylist and friend, was freaking out because it was really long, really thick and really healthy. I just got the scissors and chopped it off. It was very intentional. And it was what I needed to do. And after that, I became super brave. It was the first step to many more audacious decisions I made in my life and my career that have led to who I am now.”
Throughout the interview, Beyoncé shared how her new hair line is her “legacy” and how she wants to use her line to highlight the versatility of textured hair.
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