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How To Make My Blue Eyes Even Brighter
Indirectly: Eyes are considered a part of the personality. If your eyes are blue to begin with, and you have an outgoing, warm relationship to others, they will attribute that in part to your bright blue eyes. There are contacts which can enhance eye coloration and if your eyes are red, or squinty, that will make the blue seem less obvious. ...Read more
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Blue Eyes : The most natural way to enhance the blueness of blue eyes is a good and optimistic attitude in life. Be excited about all you do. You adrenal glands then produce adrenaline, which in turn makes the pupil dilate and the eyes appear brighter. Assumption is made that the eyes are otherwise healthy. Dilating the pupils with drops is not a good idea, because vision becomes very blurry. ...Read more
Generally not: Brown eyes dominate over blue. While eye color inheritance is somewhat mixed, if the only colors in question are strongly blue and strongly brown, then brown dominates. This means of the two genes for any one characteristic, in this case brown, if you have one brown (the other can be either), your eyes will be brown. You would require two blue genes to get blue eyes. ...Read more
Yes: The iris is a barrier with an expandable hole in the middle through which light passes to the retina. Its function depends on blocking all light that doesn't enter the hole. All iris pigments leak a little light, called "straylight, " causing glare and mildly decreasing visual acuity. Blue pigment happens to leak the most light. Of more consequence is blue-eyed individual's skin photosensitivity. ...Read more
Blue eyes: Blue eyes- eyes that are blue have less pigmentation than other colors and are from recessive genes. ...Read more
Either: Patients with both blue and brown eyes can be sensitive to light, although, in general, people with lighter eyes tend to be a bit more light sensitive. ...Read more
Iris color changes: As we age, there tends to be some deposition of brown pigment spots in the iris. If your eyes are blue to begin with, that will cause them to look darker over time. In addition, there are sometimes changes to the cornea (the clear covering of the iris) which could also cause your eyes to look darker. If you're concerned, then you should be seen for an eye exam. ...Read more
Eye color: Some people's irides have a mixture of browns and blues that cause their eyes to appear blue when they wear blue clothes and green when they wear green. ...Read more
It is Melanin inIRIS:
Melanin is the pigment it can make freckles brown and it can make iris of the eye which gives its colour as retina is transparent.At birth the iris is devoid of melanin and that gives the blue colour.
But by 9months to 12 months iris of the baby gets melanin and may turn brown or dark brown
but brown eyes at birth never turn blue. ...Read more
Perhaps: Paul newman might have an opinion about that! ...Read more
You can guess: Eye color used to be thought of as a simple mendelian trait (google this), with brown being dominant, and blue recessive. It is far more complex than that, but in general parents and grandparents eye color can predict somewhat a child's eye color. So, if both parents are blue eyed, the child will likely have blue eyes. If both parents are brown eyed, the child will likely have brown eyes, etc. ...Read more
No: That's not how it works.Get a more detailed answer ›
Former: Most kids have bluish eyes that slowly darken with age. ...Read more
Nice: It means they think you have good looking eyes. Thank them. ...Read more
Possibly : In bright light. Similar effect to that of athletes putting the black unde there eyes. ...Read more
Should: I suppose a mutation of the gene could alter the outcome, but blue would be expected. ...Read more
Not at all: Iris color is determined by the amount of brown pigment it contains. A large amount creates brown eyes; less pigment creates a blue appearance. Eye sight is related to the shape of the eye and health of the retina (film layer) and optic nerve. Some eye conditions can lead to poor vision and blue eyes (ocular albinism), but eye color itself is usually not related to eye sight. ...Read more
Iris variation: The iris, a name derived from the greek for rainbow, comes in a wonderful variety of colors and patterns. Looked at closely and carefully, you can be aware of these variations. There is not biological signficance to such variations in an otherwise normal iris. Enjoy yours and be more conscious of the patterns in others. ...Read more
Yes it is possible: Yes it is possible if there are genes from other parent and grand parents. ...Read more
I went from having blue eyes to brown/green at age two why till such a late age does that happen?
Typical: Babies eyes are very often blue at birth and pigmentation doesn't begin to develop until some time later. This is very common. ...Read more
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