Blueish silver grey, they get really aqua looking if I've been crying. Bizarre but I likes them!!
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i'm going out on a limb and posting a pic of my eyeball and hoping others will follow cause some of these eyeballs sound absolutely beautiful and unique.. i wanna see them!
For internet safety reasons its only of my eyeball and not the rest of my face.
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Beautiful eyeball Sleuth! Love the color.
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Color, etc....Would not want any other eyes but my own.
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Digital photography + computer monitors are somewhat unrelaible for eye colour, but on both my LCD monitor and my CRT monitor, this photo of my right eye in the bathroom mirror is pretty much what I see if look close in the mirror (or rather, it would be what I'd see if I could see up that close without glasses!).
From looking at many photos of people's eyes, along with their description of the colours, I would say my eye colour is less vivid than what is usually called "green", and is more like the olive/green base found in hazel eyes, except without either the central brown/amber area or the brown/amber radial "spokes" usually seen in photos of hazel eyes. (Instead, there are just a few random specks of amber/brown.)
Also my eyes don't give the illusion of changing colour. if you're close enough to actually see the colour, you're too close to see my clothing colour; and if you're far enough to aee my clothing, you're also too far to see my eye colour!
On two subjects that have been raised:
1. Brown eyes may well be the most common colour in many parts of the world, and that's why some people are possibly a bit self-disparaging about it. But there is a wide range of variation in "brown" that could fill a whole book in itself. Personally, I find brown eyes connote a kind of gentle warmth, loyalty and intimacy that is unique from the effect caused by other colours.
2. Regarding the number of green eyed people who have posted here compared with the relative rarety of green eyes among many parts of the world, obviously those with a feature they perceive (rightly or wrongly) to be unusual are likely to be attracted to a topic like this. It's a completely expected form of selection bias. Moreover, green eyes are more common in some ethnic groups, and yet also exhibits complex variations. Some of my relatives have similar eye colour to mine. My mother says that when she was younger, her eyes were classified as "stewed gooseberry colour" for want of any known conventional label. When you're part of a group (e.g. family) who has a feature or range of features that doesn't easily fit a supposedly simple system that you see described again and again (such as eye colour names) but which you can't easily fit yourself into, it piques your curiosity and makes you want to discuss and compare your analysis with other people.
I love brown eyes. Some people have AMAZING brown eyes so I disagree that they aren't 'special' or they're 'boring'. I have a friend with brown eyes and they sparkle. They're gorgeous. She'd be less attractive if they were blue. So I disagree that brown eyes aren't 'special'. I have the 'desired blue eyes' but I envy hers. And she envies mine. We all envy what we don't have!
I've always thought brown eyes would go with my colouring better because I look like my brown-eyed mother exactly, but I have my Dad's blue eyes. And mine change with makeup too. I think alot of people with blue/green eyes do. No makeup they're blue, and with black eyeliner, they're definitely more on the green side. At least with brown, they stay the same!
My dog has brown eyes too, that are JUST GORGEOUS! Cofee coloured that also sparkle in lighting. The other thing is, when a light eyed person is sick or tired, it shows ten times more than it does on people with dark eyes. So it has it's disadvantages as well it's advantages - the advantage being they can really look amazing in photographs - especially if they tend to change colour in different lighting, etc. I have to say also that people are more likely to comment on blue eyes. I don't see the big deal with mine because I see them every day but since I dyed my hair black, my eyes stand out apparently because I get comments daily. Hearing things like "WOW you're so lucky, your eyes are soooo blue!" makes me think soooooo blue is desirable. Even though I wish I had brown sometimes. Oh well, thats why coloured contacts can be useful
Oh and if you can pull it off with your skin tone, I think all blue eyed people should have black hair. The difference to the eyes is remarkable! Elvis figured that out.
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Not only do I have Ocular Rosacea but also I am having a breakout on my face. All these years I've been breaking out and now I find out it's a particular acne, Rosacea that generally gets worse as we get older.
I had previously responded to you that I was told I didn't have it.
Now my face, chin, nose, forehead are red, blistered with tiny little white bumps and so are my eyes.
Mah ocular orb
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