Mine are Brown.
And is it possible for eyes to change color?
My eyes are green, my dress is auburn, and my dress is vivid red!
So you're wearing two dresses, Samntha?
you know who
These are the eyes that watched him as he walked away; color them grey.
Hazel with a bit of green.
I have brilliant blue eyes, the kind that now triggers the comment, "Are you wearing contacts," so often that I started wearing brown contacts when out in public.
R2, it's pretty obvious OP meant to say her hair is auburn.
I always thought mine were brown, but I didn't know the definition of hazel until recently, and I realized in fact my eyes are hazel.
I call them gray - they're a bluish-green that can change depending on what I wear. I get a lot of comments and compliments on them but I much prefer dark brown eyes.
What do people with blue eyes think of brown eyed individuals? Do you find the color striking?
My eyes are the color of lesbian love. She is always with me.
You never did that even one time, R11. Come off it.
Very pale light blue. My SO has deep brown eyes, can look almost black in the right light. People comment on the color of my eyes fairly often, but I think that has more to do with the marked contrast between us that makes it stand out more.
My mother had grey eyes, my father hazel, my sister brown and my brother green, so a real mixed bag.
In the last thread we had on this subject, a DLer introduced a word I had never heard of to describe the grayish-brown color most often found in the Brittany region of France.
Anyone remember this word?
Chestnut brown with flecks of green and gold.
Good news OP. Scientists are developing a laser that can change eye color.
Thanks for the guess, r21, but that's not the word.
More like "gleuir," or something odd like that.
My eyes are hazel-green. Strangely on camera they turn an intense shade of bright green, so that filmmakers always incorrectly assume that I'm wearing contacts. I think that the shade of my eyeshadow also affects the color of my eyes.
The word is "glasz", R19, and that's my eye color.
I love the word, it's so much cooler than "sort of blue-gray-green".
Blue grey. My bf has beautiful dark brown eyes, like puppy eyes.
r11 - If you like wearing those blue contacts, just wear them. I think they look like marbles, but if they make you happy, go on.
r15 - I have green eyes, but I think I can still answer: no.
I've seen gold eyes on many people, but no one ever calls them gold.
Green.... with..dark hair..but we have every color in my family.
100 percent Irish....I guess they were invaded alot...
Mother ....brown...blonde hair
Father ...blue....dark hair
male sibs....hazel,hazel,blue and blue...blondish to dark hair
female sib...hazel...red hair
My eyes changed colors from brown to green from my 20s to my 30s. Odd, even the eye doctor pointed it out.
Ha, mine are glasz, thanks for the link, I just wished they worked as good as they appear.
R34 did your doctor also test you for diabetes and Candida overgrowth? Eyes becoming more green is a symptom of both.
green and yellow. men love them
Green around the iris, but brown closer to the pupil.
I wish they were blue.
R33, How interesting. I don't look like anyone else in my family and everyone thinks that I'm adopted. Now you say that you're 100% Irish (the same nationality on both sides) and you have a wide mix of looks too.
My eyes have always been brown with a blue band around them. People have always comments on them. I thought they were weird. My mom had them too. They reflect a lot so sometimes they look green or blue.
My eyes change color with my mood from blue to gray to green occasionally.
As far as brown eyes go, I love the depth of them.
It's so unusual, it can only be described by a Magyar word with absolutely no vowels in it:
It means "Gold-blue-ochre-violet-green-chestnut-grey-fawn-emerald-buff-maple-ecru."
[quote]I've seen gold eyes on many people, but no one ever calls them gold.
Yes, what about this, experts?
Very light brown though I have very dark brown hair.
My mother is naturally blonde (with some help now from the salon) with pale skin, though she gets a beautiful tan. My dad had dark brown, nearly black, hair and olive skin.
Unfortunately, I inherited the dark hair but blond coloring and I can't tan at all.
R36. Love it. Zing!
R$$. It's known as amber.
Yes, as far as we know we are "pure Irish".
I even have Irish citizenship..thru my Grandfather.
We also have every body shape and size from petite to rugby sized...
r41 my partner has what I jokingly call "mood eyes" as well. Gray=cranky, green=neutral, blue=happy. Me, I just stick to giving no clues brown for all occasions.
Thanks, r26. That picture is my eye color exactly. I never knew there was a specific term for the color.
Brown with blue flex...I rule!
I prefer brown eyes by far. Blue, gray, green - all the light colors look like eyes of fish.
Dead with flecks of misery
I have blue with a ring of yellow around the pupils - "eclipse eyes".
Very light blue/grey with a dark blue boarders.
I have Caribbean blue eyes with gold flecks sprinkled throughout. People freak out over them all the time. I prefer green eyes or really dark brown eyes.
OP, my eyes change color all the time. Brown, tan, steel gray, and even emerald/forest green. I've been told they're "hazel", but I have no idea what that means. I just know I don't really know what color my eyes are at any given moment.
With Annie gone, whose eyes to compare to the morning sun?
Not that I did compare;
but I do, now she's gone.
I miss my dark brown-eyed boy. I have golden green eyes that everyone compliments when they are trying to get at my dick, but no question to me brown eyes are the best, sweetest, kindest and sexiest.
Sort of grayish, brown, blue, green. For a while I called them hazel, even though I don't know what color that is supposed to be.
My driver's license says blue.
the first guy I dated called them 'fire island red'- he was 19, I was 17. they're a warm brown. I never started appreciating them until this year
A friend of mine had a kid with blue eyes at birth, but they eventually turned hazel.
I have Irish heritage and blue eyes. I have had a lot of compliments about them over the years, but a few SOs have said they look cold, which I tend to agree with. I have noticed that they pick up the shade of blue from the clothes i wear. If I wear a dark blue shirt they look dark inky blue, but if I wear a light blue shirt they look like a kind of light Cambridge blue.
Incidentally, 'glas' is the Irish word for green, so I'm betting that 'glasz' is just the Breton word for green, since the two languages are closely related.
Most white babies are born with blue eyes R64, but it no indication of what colour they will be 6-12 months later.
Brown with a hint of a merlot color.
Oh dear lord. I don't have my glasses on and thought this said "What is the color of your exes?"
My eyes are blue. Not all blue eyes are the same. Mine are not intense blue, rather on the chart blue no. 2.
Yes, R54 because eyes the color of ground and excrement far outshine those of the colors of sky and sea.
full black, almost can't see my pupils.
But mostly important I think is what an eye can transmit. Many people have nice eyes, but if there's pain, emptyness, absence of love then I think it difficults to value the real beauty of it.
for exemple, for me Bradley Cooper's eyes transmits something unconfortable to me.
my favorite are the light brown, though.
Yes, R17 so long ago. I do. But my new contacts are very dark brown, almost black, and now they are getting almost as many comments as my natural brilliant blue eyes, so I'm considering just wearing one contact of the brown and leaving one eye blue, so when people ask about contacts I can say, "Yes and no," and let them guess which is the real color.
Because, as I said, people are idiots and question anything pretty as artificial. Never had that problem, did you?
I had a classmate that had one brown eye and one blue eye.
Blue, blue and more blue
Gray green blue, with a light gold ring around the pupil. I was the one who posted about the word glasz on the old thread about eye color.
It's fun to be able to change eye color by choosing certain shades of makeup or clothing.