6 Rare and Unique Eye Colors

Updated on April 10, 2019
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My name is Tatiana, but my friends and family call me Tutta. I love writing articles about what makes each of us unique and rare.

Close up of a hazel eye, which are more rare than you might think.
Close up of a hazel eye, which are more rare than you might think. | Source

The eyes certainly are windows to the soul, and if you know anything about eyes or windows, you know they come in many different tints and colors!

Most commonly, you see brown or blue eyes when you look at the people around you, but some people wind up with really cool and rare eye colors. Here are some of the rarest eye colors and how they happen.

What Determines the Color of Your Eyes?

Many people will argue that the color of your eyes is purely genetic, which for the most part is true. However, there’s still not a lot known about the specific genes that determine a person’s eye color. We do know that rarer eye color genes are recessive, so perhaps it’s just a matter of the right genes coming together to bring forth the phenomena.

What we do know about eye color determination is that it involves two pigments: melanin (brown pigment), and lipochrome (yellow pigment). It also depends on how the iris scatters light. When you see someone with light-blue eyes, it means there is an absence of melanin or brown pigmentation. Conversely, when you see someone with dark-brown eyes, they have an abundance of melanin.

The Rarest Eye Colors and How They Occur

Eye Color
Cause(s)
Heterochromia
Increased or decreased pigmentation in one iris or part of an iris.
Anisocoria
One pupil is larger than the other making one eye look darker.
Red or Pink
Little to no melanin due to albinism.
Violet
Lack of melanin mixed with light reflecting off of red blood vessels.
Grey
Very little melanin with a high amount of collagen in the stroma.
Green
A little melanin, a large amount of lipochrome, and Rayleigh scattering of light.
Amber
A little melanin with a large amount of lipochrome.
Hazel
Melanin concentrated in the outer portion of the iris causing a multicolored appearance that usually ranges from copper to green depending on the light.

So, Which Is the Most Unique?

It's hard to determine exactly which eye color is the rarest, but if you have never seen any of the ones listed below, it’s because they're not common. This list is from the rarest to the more common, and if your eye color is listed, consider yourself a gem.

While it may seem like only a few people have rare eye colors, the truth is that everyone has a unique color to them, just like fingerprints. No two people share the same shape or color of eyes. So even if you have brown eyes, you're eye color is unique!

Rarest and Most Beautiful Eye Colors in the World

1. Heterochromia and Anisocoria

Heterochromia and anisocoria are sometimes mistaken for each other. Most people think David Bowie had two different eye colors, when in fact, he had anisocoria.

This photo shows heterochromia when one eye is partially a different color, rather than the entire iris being a different color.
This photo shows heterochromia when one eye is partially a different color, rather than the entire iris being a different color. | Source

Heterochromia

Heterochromia is a rare eye condition where a person's irises are different colors. There are three types of heterochromia:

  • Complete Heterochromia: One iris is a completely different color than the other iris.
  • Partial Heterochromia: A spot in an iris is an entirely different color than the rest of the iris due to pigmentation differences.
  • Central Heterochromia: When there is an inner ring that is a different color than the outer area of the iris.

Central heterochromia causes melanin to be  concentrated around the pupil.
Central heterochromia causes melanin to be concentrated around the pupil.

It’s quite an unusual type of eye coloring that some individuals have, and while many people wear contacts to make their eye color more uniform, I think it’s beautiful, and such a rarity should be flaunted!

Anisocoria

Anisocoria is when one pupil is larger than the other pupil. This can make someone look like they have two different eye colors when they do not. Anisocoria can be present at birth, and there is usually only a few millimeters of difference between the two.

Anisocoria can also be a result of nerve palsy or a traumatic eye injury. This can cause a much more significant difference in pupil size making the eye with the dilated pupil look much darker than the eye with the normal pupil.

This is an example of anisocoria in green eyes!  Talk about rare!
This is an example of anisocoria in green eyes! Talk about rare! | Source

2. Red, Pink, and Violet Eyes

Red or Pink Eyes

Two major conditions cause a red or pinkish eye color: albinism and blood leaking into the iris. Although albinos tend to have very, very light blue eyes due to a lack of pigment, some forms of albinism can cause eyes to appear red or pink.

Albino eyes look can look red or pink due to the lack of pigment in the iris.
Albino eyes look can look red or pink due to the lack of pigment in the iris. | Source

Violet Eyes

Oh, what a purplish blue! This color is most often found in people with albinism. It is said that you cannot truly have violet eyes without albinism. Mix a lack of pigment with the red from light reflecting off of blood vessels in the eyes, and you get a beautiful violet!

3. Grey Eyes

Grey eyes can sometimes be mistaken for light blue eyes, and they do occur in much the same way. It is thought that what makes these eyes appear grey rather than blue has to do with the amount of collagen present in the stroma. This interferes with the Rayleigh scattering, causing the light to reflect the color grey rather than blue.

Grey eyes have more collagen in the stroma than blue eyes, which changes the way light scatters and reflects grey rather than blue.
Grey eyes have more collagen in the stroma than blue eyes, which changes the way light scatters and reflects grey rather than blue.

4. Green Eyes

Very little melanin, a burst of lipochrome, and the Rayleigh scattering of light that reflects off the yellow stroma can make for a variety of shades of green. With only two percent of the world’s population having green eyes, it’s definitely rare!

Green eyes are beautiful and unique.
Green eyes are beautiful and unique. | Source

Did You Know?

Only 2% of the world's population has green eyes! Talk about a rarity! Next time you see someone rocking natural greens, let them in on this cool fact.

5. Amber Eyes

This beautiful, golden eye color is often confused with hazel. The difference is that hazel eyes have brown and green in them, while amber eyes are a solid, uniform color. With a little melanin and a whole lot of lipochrome, eyes of this shade almost appear to be glowing! A few different animals have this eye color, but it’s a true rarity in humans.

Very light brown or amber colored eye.
Very light brown or amber colored eye. | Source

6. Hazel Eyes

While hazel eyes may seem fairly common, you probably know someone with hazel eyes, they only account for about 5% of the world's population. Hazel eyes have a concentration of melanin on the outside of the iris, giving the eye a multicolored appearance.

Are There Really Black Eyes?

Some people think that having black eyes is one of the rarest eye colors. Have you ever seen someone with eyes that seem black as night? Although they appear black, they are really just a very, very dark brown, which is caused by an abundance of melanin. You may only be able to determine the pupil from the iris when looking at the eye with a bright light!

True black eyes do not exist, rather there are brown eyes so dark that it is hard to distinguish between the pupil and the iris in regular light.
True black eyes do not exist, rather there are brown eyes so dark that it is hard to distinguish between the pupil and the iris in regular light. | Source

Eye Color Statistics From Most Common to Most Rare

Rank
Eye Color
Estimated Percentage of World Population
Most Common Regions of the World
1
Brown
55%–79%
Dark Brown: East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Africa. Lighter Brown: Europe, West Asia, and the Americas.
2
Blue
8%–10%
Europe with the largest population being from Finland.
3
Hazel
5%
All
4
Amber
5%
All
5
Green
2%
Central, Western, and Northern Europe.
6
Grey
<1%
Northern and Eastern Europe.
7
Red/Violet
<1%
All
8
Heterochromia
<1%
All
Source: https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/which-eye-color-is-the-most-common-in-the-world.html

Rarest Hair and Eye Color Combinations

Although there is a lack of research, many sources claim that the rarest hair and eye color combination is blue eyes with red hair.

Did We All Have Brown Eyes?

It is believed that the human race started out having brown eyes, and due to genetic mutations, other colors came about. Perhaps this is why brown is the most common (but no less beautiful)!

Many people who have perfect vision choose to wear contacts just to have a rare eye color. So if you already flaunt one of these colors naturally, consider yourself lucky!

Originally, we all had brown eyes. But a genetic mutation affecting the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a 'switch,' which literally 'turned off' the ability to produce brown eyes.

— Professor Hans Eiberg, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Copenhagen

This May Look Like Partial Heterochromia at First Glance

This is melanoma of the eye, not heterochromia.
This is melanoma of the eye, not heterochromia. | Source

Is It Melanoma?

If you have any of these symptoms, check with your doctor as soon as possible.

  • A sensation of flashes or specks of dust in your vision (floaters).
  • A growing dark spot on the iris.
  • A change in the shape of the dark circle (pupil) at the center of your eye.
  • Poor or blurry vision in one eye.
  • A loss of peripheral vision.

Can You Permanently Change Your Eye Color?

There is a way to make your brown eyes blue. A controversial laser surgery can remove the melanin in your eye, resulting in a clearer stroma that allows Rayleigh scattering, so your eyes look blue. Some doctor’s use silicone implants to permanently change eye color. Either way, there are significant risks involved.

There are risks with this permanent change, as there are with most surgeries. One risk is the melanin can potentially cause blockages to the fluid draining from the eye causing excess pressure, or glaucoma. A silicone implant can also create a blockage and increased pressure in the eye causing inflammation and damage to the structures of the eye. Patient’s have been rendered wholly or partially blind as a result of these surgeries.

Doctor’s have reported that many people who want to change their eye color had a friend or sibling who was constantly complimented on their light eye color. In those cases, doctor’s suggest confronting those feelings through therapy rather than undergoing risky surgery.

If you want to change your eye color, your best and safest bet is to be fitted for color contacts by a licensed Ophthalmologist.

Glossary

  • Melanin: A dark brown to black pigment in hair, skin, and the iris of the eye in people and animals.
  • Lipochrome: A fat-soluble pigment that is the natural yellow coloring of butter, egg, yolk, and yellow corn.
  • Rayleigh Scattering: The scattering of light without a change of wavelength. This is what makes the sky look blue, since blue light is scattered more easily than red.

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      115 minutes ago

      I always thought that my eye color is hazel, I just discovered that it's Central Heterochromia

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      koby 

      17 hours ago

      My eyes are some times are green sometimes brown-

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      :-) 

      43 hours ago

      Typical dark brown Asian eyes

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      Cara 

      2 days ago

      My eyes get an orangish circle around the iris when I'm happy and get a dark green when I cry. It's so weird, is this normal? I know the crying thing is normal, but what about the orange when I'm happy?

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      Tara 

      6 days ago

      My eyes are very different considering that when I was a baby I had deep ocean blue eyes. This changed when I went to NSW (Australia) and had a swim in the ocean. My eyes changed to light blue with a golden green ring in the middle. When I cry they turn green. I always get compliments for my eyes. The black ring around my eye also changed and became bigger...

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      Someone from Europe 

      7 days ago

      im from Europe and have black eyes

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      ... 

      8 days ago

      my eyes appear brown but when light is on them they turn brown.. is this normal?

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      Unknown 

      8 days ago

      My eyes are a grayish, blueish, green, and change color a lot, with flecks of brown/ amber in them, would this be considered grey eyes?

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      Cassidy 

      9 days ago

      My eyes are green on the inside, blue on the outer rim and brown specks in the center. My mom nor my dad have these eyes my dad having like, brown and my mom green even after this article I’m still not sure what the brown is, trying to find out, it’s different on both sides, and then a Central Heterochromia with blueish grey rim with green inside

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      Amelia 

      9 days ago

      My eyes are blue/green/yellow/orange. They can change to silver at times.

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      Jennifer cervantes 

      11 days ago

      You know ive never really read to much into this but i will say that i have 5 children and their eye colors are literally all very different from the other. My older 4 by the same father is qreen, amber, clear blue, and dark blue or grey and then my youngest has hazel. Now my eyes can be solid green one day and then look like they are green on the inside and blue the outside the very next. Im a little confused when i read the story of how light blue eyed humans are tracked down to only have one ancestor. My brother had blue eyes and my grandmother as well but no one else and we have a good size family. So how did she get her eyes if the father nor i have solid light blue eyes and why are all my children differently colored. I tend to think that this was God blessing me with a beautiful varity of eye colors, and skin colors, as well as hair colors. I am german but with very blonde hair and olive skin while father is spanish with clear brown eyes and therefore many people are amazed of how different my kids look in all the skin colors and eye colors from eachother yet they all look strongly alike in every other facial detail. Its simply amazing and gods work at art.

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      Ashlynn 

      11 days ago

      My eyes are a greenish-gray, and a lot of people on my mom's side have my eye color(well,very similar at least I know no 2 people have the exact same eye color)

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      Wys 

      13 days ago

      I have green/hazel/grey/blue eyes

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      Scott Green 

      2 weeks ago

      My eyes are odd. People will come up & say odd things about them. I've had strangers say I'm descended from a pharoa, aliens, or have magic powers, ha ha. One nut even asked if I was a werewolf. It didnt help that I used to have four very long canines that looked like dracula (thankfully they slowly broke off & aren't crazily long anymore. Anyways my eyes are sea blue with large yellow stars. The odd thing is they seem to collect extra sunlight. Bright light bothers me. But at night, when its near completely dark, people around me will need flaslights, but I can see to walk. I used to hunt really good at night growing up. I could walk thru the woods at night without a light. Another oddity; some people have freaked out, claiming my eyes glowed at night like an owls or cat or something. One man said you've got predator eyes, like a lion. Haha. Oddly; I am descended from an ancient line of kings. My Grandpa said we were ancient warrior kings, & that we hunted our enemies at night. Makes sense. Night vision before night vision. All I know is they are a pain in the butt on sunny days, & I'm glad my kids didn't inherit them.

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      Fifi 

      2 weeks ago

      im so glad I found out why my eyes have two different colors around the iris, and I just did! I found out I have central Heterochromia, and my eyes are a little amber around the iris and vibrant green all around. I’m guessing that’s as rare as eye color gets??

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      Hannah 

      2 weeks ago

      My eyes are hazel,[ moms too ] but my sisters and dads are blue.

      We are in america, USA.

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      unnamed user 

      2 weeks ago

      My eyes are a silvery grey, my family have known eastern/European ancestora but also native canadian ancestors.

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      Savannah 

      2 weeks ago

      Mines are a mix of turquoise and blue

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      Elizabeth 

      3 weeks ago

      My eyes are blue on the outer part of my iris and yellow towards the middle. Mine is like the first picture, just more vibrant of a yellow.

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      rea 

      3 weeks ago

      my eyes are a mix of blue, green and brown, is that normal?

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      DJ 

      3 weeks ago

      Hey i have blue on the outer iris and brown on the inner iris, what is that? kinda like the eye on the title.

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      Crossbreed 

      3 weeks ago

      When your the 1 % and called a witch .... how i love the uneducated..

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      POTATO 

      3 weeks ago

      Hi

      Happy birthday

      Glorious Hannakah

      Merry last year

      Happy middle of nowhere

      Life sucks

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      Steve peculiar 

      3 weeks ago

      So great,I love this.impressing.

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      Sarah 

      3 weeks ago

      `My eyes look like some sort of mix, of a light blue-grey, and green.

      Probably described as a blue-green, or light water-like color.

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      sharron 

      3 weeks ago

      my favorite is turquoise

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      MelaNO 

      4 weeks ago

      Green eyes

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      ;p 

      4 weeks ago

      My eyes are hazel mixed with blue on the outside and like a yellow-ish color on the inside

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      Mary 

      4 weeks ago

      My eyes got tearduck one eye pupple stays same orther grts biggie cant tell true color

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      Greeny 

      4 weeks ago

      my eyes are like 80% green and 20% blue

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      Ooscar 

      5 weeks ago

      Green

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      Asa 

      5 weeks ago

      I have blue changing to green with a gray circle in the middle

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      Molly 

      5 weeks ago

      I would really love to know what mine are. They are blue/gray on the outside and red/orange on the inside

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      rose 

      5 weeks ago

      So brown!!!!! They are a pretty brown though. They also have a teal green hint around the pupil.

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      Ash 

      5 weeks ago

      I guess I have central heterochromia.

      My eye is Amber in the inner circle the green in the middle and blue in my right eye to. Yay I have the rarest eyes

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      Sian 

      5 weeks ago

      i have hazle and a palsy made one of my puples bigger than the other so i guess im ultra rare.

      That feel when you have hazle eyes and your BF of one year looks at you in the sun and goes "your eyes are green?" lol

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      Your Name 

      5 weeks ago

      MY EYES ARE THE MOST UNIQUE......THEY ARE BROWN!!

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      Farida 

      5 weeks ago

      My eye color is now hazel every year the color changes or gets lighter or darker

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      Tia 

      6 weeks ago

      I have grayish aqua(blue-green) eyes

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      Dean 

      6 weeks ago

      Why do my eyes turn red when i get mad and i grow a darkness inside my puple,

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      kaitlin 

      6 weeks ago

      my eyes are the first one that means im special

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      Amber 

      7 weeks ago

      I have hazle eyes with amber around the puiple (I don't know much about eyes)

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      chloe 

      7 weeks ago

      i have a mix of grey, green and a tiny bit of brown round the pupils

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      Dan 

      7 weeks ago

      At first i thought my eye color was hazel but then i heard amber and i didnt really know the color so i searched and now i know i have amber eyes

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      ------- 

      7 weeks ago

      My eyes are black like they are just like 0.1% from blending with my pupils

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      Gabe 

      7 weeks ago

      My brother has a mix of hazel and grey eyes.

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      ABIGAIL 

      7 weeks ago

      my eyes have hazel around the iris then (withe green) and a dark ring of blue on the edge.

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      Tori 

      7 weeks ago

      i have green bule and grey eye colors both of my eyes are egastaley the same so i geussing thats rare

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      Miles 

      8 weeks ago

      I have Central Hetrochromia! and hazel eyes! i am guessing that rare! so cool~!

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      Skyler 

      8 weeks ago

      I have green eyes with Central Heterochromia! I didn't know my eyes were that unique! That's so cool. Most people just think my eyes are brown because that's what they look like from a distance.

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      Kai 

      2 months ago

      I don't know if I have gray, green or blue eyes. They look gray but I don't know.

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      2 months ago

      i've got heterochromia and gray-yellow eyes

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      ^^ 

      2 months ago

      When you have pitch black eyes

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      makayleigh 

      2 months ago

      bro that its really interesting I wish I had heterochromia

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      Lilly 

      2 months ago

      I have grey hazel, is that even a thing?

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      Kayleigh Toney 

      2 months ago

      is it rare if my eyes change colors? my eyes change colors

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      YourName 

      2 months ago

      whats with that uni-brow

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      Jillian Mchanna 

      2 months ago

      are my eyes brown or hazel or honey colored?

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      Blue 

      2 months ago

      Hi uhm so how rare is copper eyes?? My eyes are copper not hasle or brown.... I’m confused cuz I didn’t see copper eyes

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      Saint Nine 

      2 months ago

      People's eyes change colour for a variety of reasons, both perceived and actual. Raylight refraction is one of them and environment (eg the colour you're wearing) change perceived colour, but differences in the amount of melanin present also change actual colour. Mine change from greyish blue to greenish blue/turquoise. My son's eyes are green and his mother's were dark brown, almost black. Incidentally, people whose eyes appear black actually have dark brown eyes. Eye colour is not generated by a single dominant/recessive gene, as used to be thought. As many as 16 genes have been identified so far. If one gene was responsible, you wouldn't get all the differences in eye colour that there are and you wouldn't get the ratio of brown to blue there is (you'd get 75% brown, 25% blue but it's actually about 80% and 9% respectively).

      Say you had two genes B/b for brown (dominant/recessive variations) and G/g for blue. That would give nine combinations (you have two of each, one from your mother one from your father): BBGG, BBGg, BBgg, BbGG, BbGg, and Bbgg would all result in brown eyes and account for 67%; bbGG & bbGg would result in blue eyes and account for 22% and bbgg would account for 11% green eyes. That doesn't even approximate the actual distribution, so it's obviously more complicated than that.

      The iris has an epithelial layer, one cell deep and underneath the stroma layer. Apart from melanin, lipochrome (a yellow pigment) also affects eye colour, particularly green and amber eyes. The density of the stroma affects the way light is refracted which also plays a part in determining eye colour. The amount of melanin in the layers doesn;t remain constant, which is one of the reasons people's eyes change colour over time.

      If you want to find out more then Wikipedia has a pretty detailed page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_color and this article gives a simplified and slightly inaccurate picture: https://brandongaille.com/eye-color-percentages-an...

      BTW, please note that ‘unique’ does not mean rare or unusual, it means singular, one of a kind. You can't be “very unique”, “the most unique”, etc, something is either unique or it isn't.

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      Annette 

      2 months ago

      I didnt know I dave hazel eyes.

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      Lydia 

      2 months ago

      My eyes change on direction of light. Mainly a really light blue, a really really pigmented blue, silver, gray, or green. Once they looked almost yellow-green.

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      Desiree 

      2 months ago

      I have Amber colored eyes but they look kind of greenish when I cry. My mother and younger brother have beautiful turquoise colored eyes. We all have dark brown thick wavy curly hair and light olive skin

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      Tommy 

      2 months ago

      The most fun thing to do with Heterochromia is telling your friends you can change it at will....and some idiots believe you.

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      Tanzina 

      2 months ago

      I am confused about my eyes some time they seems Hazel,some time amber & some time seems light Brown

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      Bianca 

      2 months ago

      Mine change from green to grey even sometimes can even go a dark blue when I’m upset, but they also have a dark blue ring around the edge. My mum has bright green and has yellow/amber eyes, probably why they change so much haha

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      Mark 

      2 months ago

      My eye color is very unusual it's like blue and green mixed

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      Emilie 

      3 months ago

      I have grey almost sliver looking eyes the can trun violet

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      sage 

      3 months ago

      i have hazle iyes.

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      Mallory 

      3 months ago

      Why do my eyes change colors my mom's do to

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      Dafs 

      3 months ago

      I have green eyes and heterocromia. I’m feeling very rare after reading this great article.

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      Moana 

      3 months ago from Somewhere Over The Rainbow

      I have brown eyes as does my husband, our middle daughter has green eyes, her older and younger sibling have brown eyes. Recessive genes contributed to her eye color.

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      person wholikes books 

      3 months ago

      I used to have ice blue eyes but now people think there metallic blue, but I feel like my eyes are grey but this only happened after I started reading more books. Is reading straining my eyes to make them to appear grey so I can read better?

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      ~ Dreamsy ~ 

      3 months ago

      my eyes are a deep dark brown, along with my hair (I'm Chinese & adopted) and my sister (who is an adult) still thinks my eyes and hair are black...

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      Lialna 

      3 months ago

      I have albinosim and have pink eyes

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      Azy 

      3 months ago

      Everyone says that one of my eyes are green and the other is blue. I can’t tell, but about 8 people have told me so.

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      Gage 

      3 months ago

      I have a friend who has hazel eyes with a strip of blue surrounding her Iris on both eyes

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      Echo 

      3 months ago

      I have ice blue eyes

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      Flute Loop Keys N Krates 

      3 months ago

      I have gazel and greay wyea combine...

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      Alex 

      3 months ago

      I have turqoise eyes that turn grey depending on my mood

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      Emma 

      3 months ago

      I have green eyes in the middle I have some brown and that’s it

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      3 months ago

      I have grey eyes and really curly brown hair. My eye used to be blue

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      Summer 

      3 months ago

      I have dark brown eyes with blonde hair is that rare?

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      Prudence 

      4 months ago

      My cousin has grey eyes with a brown strip on them

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      Paula 

      4 months ago

      mine are hazel

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      Gabriella 

      4 months ago

      Hi I have green eyes with brown hair

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      Victor 

      4 months ago

      I have hazel eyes with central heterochromia i have never seen anything even close to them, i wonder how rare they realy r?

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      Raquel 

      4 months ago

      My sister has blue eyes with yellow around the iris so I'm thinking she has hazel blue eyes?

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      Person 

      4 months ago

      I have grey but a but since they’re very light there always mistaken for blue.

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      Nicole 

      4 months ago

      Why is the color in the eyes in video moving?

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      It’s leah gaming 

      4 months ago

      Omg I have blue eyes lol

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      Ed L'Esperance 

      4 months ago from Kahaluu, Hawaii

      I met a nurse when I was in the hospital, an African-American, who had bright yellow eyes.

      She was beautiful.

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      my eyes 

      4 months ago

      well i have ocean lake green blue eyes like a mix my sister has blueberry eyes

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      Louis Hennessey 

      4 months ago

      my eyes are deep violet im the only one in my family who has them and no one knows were i got them and i don't have albinism ive got dark brown hair

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      Valéry Gendron 

      4 months ago

      You know black eyes exists because my eye’s colour is black

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      Charles 

      4 months ago

      I have similar bob orang around my pupil then green/grey on the outer

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      Bob 

      4 months ago

      I have a blue outer layer and I have green on the inside and an orange color next to my pupil is that special at all

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      Richard 

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      I have dark brown eyes.

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      4 months ago

      I have rainbow color eyes. You can only see them after rain against the sunshine.

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      Cara 

      4 months ago

      I have grey eyes and I know I’m not special

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