Sunsigns and Appearances - Virgo
Virgos are the shy and sweet people of the zodiac. In spite of celebrity status or an assumed bravado, Virgos are natural, regular folks. If you look closely at some of these famous Virgos, you can see the shy smile hiding somewhere.
Virgos don't like messes, and are more organized than other signs. Their organizing capabilities stem from their constant concern for everything. They may not nag others, but keep nagging themselves, poor things. This obsession for keeping things neat and orderly shows in their appearance.
Cleft chins and clear eyes
Many Virgos have cleft chins symbolizing that they are always in two minds. This they share a bit with the next sign on the wheel, Libra. They are usually small-made or petite, but are stronger than they look. Mentally and emotionally. Worry and problems are not foreign territory to them, and Virgos have enough experience and equipment to visit those places again and again. Cleft chins of determination and cool, clear eyes that remain cool and clear.
Neat and Cool
Virgos are always fresh looking. They are big on health and hygiene and take a lot of baths. Shake them and at least a couple of pills or pillboxes will fall from their pockets or bags. They are amateur medicine people and have druggists for friends.
Though we don't know what friendship means to them. They are not effusive but they are not stand-offish either. They are somewhere safe in between. They prefer to be safe than sorry, not play dangerous. They might play dangerous, come to think of it, in reel life, like our Sean Connery, though.
Whatever be their personal likes and dislikes, they are completely different persons as celebs, retaining only their neat looks and perpetual charm.
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