Virgo-Libra Cusp Sign Dates and Definition

Dates: September 19 - 25

IT'S COMMON KNOWLEDGE that Libras are obsessed with beauty, and that holds true for Virgo-Libra cusps, as well. Add to that the Virgo's attention for detail, and you get the ultimate aesthete.

People born between Virgo and Libra tend to be super charismatic, creative, sensitive, intelligent, and kind. Drawn to attractive people, beautiful art, and sensual pleasures, this cusp is known for being excellent at putting together a part. In fact, event planning would be a great career choice for the Virgo-Libra cusp.

Nurturing / Empathetic / Aesthetic

This talent has a flipside, though, as they also have the ability to be a bit too focused on the way things look from the outside. Introspection might not come easily, but those born in the Virgo-Libra cusp could do with some time thinking about the wisdom contained in the old saying, "It's what's inside that counts."

That being said, one of the most prominent personality traits of this cusp ruled by both Mercury and Venus is their sense of responsibility and fairness. Always looking out for others, the Virgo - Libra's nurturing tendencies come into play when romance is in the mix. In search of a harmonious relationship, this cusp will always remember the little things that make their love interest feel special.

When working as part of a team, fairness and open - mindedness are some of the Virgo - Libra's strongest points. And, they won't shy away from a healthy conflict.Rather, they love a good rousing debate when both sides can spar respectfully.

If you are a Virgo-Libra cusp, it's time to take stock of your personal inventory. Make some time to consider the way you have grown lately — emotionally, spiritually, physically — and use some of your skills to focus on the details of your interior life.

If you know a Virgo-Libra, know that this person's meticulous nature can be irksome at times for those around them. Their dissatisfaction might sometimes feel passive-aggressive, but just know that it's them, not you.