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Under regular artificial lighting is dark brown, but under direct sunlight and strong lights is a light yellowish brown?
SnowShiro SnowShiro 18-21, M 12 Answers Mar 12, 2013 in Health

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A lot of peoples eyes change in different lighting. It's just something that happens. I know people that have different color eyes in different lights. It just happens it's pretty cool though.

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I think kinda like hazel, but it is not uncommon that the eyecolour changes in different kinds of light, I have that to, but it has to do with the light or something, I don't know really much about it.

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go into my album "eyes" and look for a picture with a dark side and a light side. i made a comparison.

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I've already seen that picture, but I couldn't see the dark side very well, but there was clearly a difference

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Hazel

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Hazel.

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interesting...i have been told brown, dark brown and amber but not actually hazel.

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Brown or hazel

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Hazel?

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idk...maybe...they (my eyes) are dark brown with a reddish tint when in just regular light like when you're at your house with lights on...but when in direct sunlight they turn into a goldish brown or yellowish brown...that also happens when i put my eye near a fluorescent light...but idk...if i could take a good picture i would upload it to show it...but i dont have a good camera.

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Mine are hazel and they're dark reddy brown in regular light but direct sunlight they're more green and orange. I just thought hazel because they sound sort of like mine. I've heard light shaded brown eyes are called honey eyes. Have a look on google images?

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never tried it before

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