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Freshlook Colorblends On Dark Brown Eyes
No: It is not bad, but it will make the eyes look a bit muddy. ...Read more
What's the side effects for using "redness relief" eye drops? I wear colored contact lens everyday and my eyes becomes very red and there are many red blood silk...I bought a "redness relief" eye drops. When I use it, the red blood silk disappear for a wh
First: First you need your eye doctor to see why you are getting red--is it the lens fit, allergies, or dryness? Treating the correct issue will solve the problem rather than hiding it with get the red out drops which simply cause rebound redness a few hours after use. ...Read more
Yes: They are available from many eye doctors who fit contact lenses. There are even unusual ones, like all-white, all-red, cat-eye, alien eyes, NFL football team logos and so on. ...Read more
Freshlook colorblends contacts how long do I wait to throw them away & how often should I replace the solution?
Monthly: The contacts should be changed monthly. Those lenses should not be slept in-ever. The solution in the cases should be thrown out daily after putting the lenses in, the cases should then be rinsed with water and left open to dry. Changing the case monthly as well cuts down on the risk of infection. ...Read more
Arcus: It sounds like corneal arcus. You should have your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
Yes: Eye color can change over time so it is possible for your babies eye color to lighten over time. ...Read more
May son has very dark brown eyes and a small patch that is even darker brown on his iris. I think he has always had it- is that normal?
Dark brown eyes: Yes, it sounds like it is normal ...Read more
What can I do to reduce my dark circles? . Thing is my dark circles are like light brown, and I have fine lines under my eyes. What can I do about it
Dark circles: Dark circles under the eyes can be difficult to eliminate. Cool compresses, facials, anti-allergy eye drops or systemic pillls can be of some benefit. In certain cases, laser skin treatment or facial dermal fillers can be of help. The most effective treatment is makeup (ie concealer) applied to the area. ...Read more
Probably not: This is most likely a deposit of lipid term 'corneal arcus'. It is benign and will not affect the vision. If the eye is red, painful, or the vision is changing rapidly, - there are some pathologic changes that can occur in this part of the cornea which will appear like a blue ring. These are rare but will need an ophthalmologist to look at them. ...Read more
Ring around eye: This is probably an Arcus. It appears to surround the colored part of the eye. It's actually in the cornea. It is usually gray color, but may appear bluish. It is perfectly benign. In a younger person it is a good idea to have a cholesterol test, since it is fatty degeneration. Sometimes it is familial. It does not effect vision or cause any ocular problems. ...Read more
Cholesterol: You may have high cholesterol and /or triglyceride levels that result in this blue halo appearance of your cornea, but only a blood test for these could tell you for sure. This deposition however is normal usually particularly if you are female or males over 40 years old. In darker races with brown eyes, it appears more whitish- blue and is easier to see. ...Read more
Arcus: This is due to cholesterol deposits in your cornea. You need to get your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
I have dark brown eyes and would like to get hazel eyes, do you think this is possible in about a month and a week?
Cosmetic contacts: If you are a good candidate, you might be able to wear cosmetic contact lenses that could change your apparent eye color close to your preferred. See your eye care professional. ...Read more
No: You cannot change the color of your iris. ...Read more
Yes it is possible: Yes it is possible if there are genes from other parent and grand parents. ...Read more
Can you tell me if I could have a child with green or blue eyes even though I have dark brown eyes?
Yes: Your eyes require only one brown dominant eye color gene to make you brown, leaving room for a green or blue recessive gene in your mix. Dad would need to have a similar recessive gene to add, but these are possible. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I have dark brown eyes, do regular eyedrops, bring the eyecolor a little lighter?
Nothing: There is nothing you can do to change the color of your eyes other than wearing colored contact lenses. ...Read more
Scared. Age 55f.always had medium color brown eyes with dark green ring. Lately change to light moss green. Dull. Bloodshot a lot. Ideas?
Hi I'm 18 and have dark brown eyes and recently I have noticed that my iris have developed a grey outer ring. Is it something I should worry about?
Grey ring on iris:
IMahmood ~ that is an early onset of "arcus senilis" characteristic of older people. It is probably of no significance, but it is sometimes associated with raised cholesterol so have your cholesterol panel done and if normal I would not be concerned, but check cholesterol regularly.
TOTAL, LDL, HDL, cholesterol and serum triglycerides
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Individual sensitive: While it is true that lighter colored eyes on average tend to be more light sensitive, many with brown eyes are also light sensitive and you fall in that category. As long as the eyes are not diseased and the vision is good, then you don't have to worry about this although you might carry sunglasses with you more often. ...Read more
Long time dream: This is not possible with current pharmacology or technology. You can wear color changing contact lenses although I would not call that "Natural". ...Read more
How is it that I have very dark brown eyes when my mum's eyes are grayish and my dad's are green?
Genetics: Eye color determination is genetically determined by your parents, with about 15 genes so far having been discovered that influence eye color. There are also various expressions of eye Color due to genetic polymorphisms. Enjoy the beautiful brown eyes that you have been blessed with! ...Read more
I was born with brown eyes and now I'm 28, they are dark green, like an olive green. What happened?
If I have dark brown eyes, can I get blue-colored contacts to make it look like I have naturally blue eyes?
No: Unfortunately you can get blue contacts, but they will need to be dark blue in order to cover your natureal dark brown eye color. ...Read more