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    (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
    Kids are always born with blue eyes yes. Some stay blue, whereas others change some time later. The age at which eyes will change colour (if they are going to change) varies.
    Yes I know that.
    Except that my eyes changed from blue to brown then to hazel to green..
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    Yes I know that.
    Except that my eyes changed from blue to brown then to hazel to green..
    *shrugs* I guess maybe they just took a while to settle on the colour they're now going to remain at
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    (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
    *shrugs* I guess maybe they just took a while to settle on the colour they're now going to remain at
    Lol, I sure hope so.
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    I wish my eyes would change colour!
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    Ah right, there was a study a few years ago that showed that 10-15% of twins had eye colour changes past the age of six, it applied to single children as well.

    Check your family history.
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    It sounds like you might have central heterochromia like me. This means that you have two to four different colours in your eyes in rings from your pupils. This may make it seem as though your eye colour is constantly changing. When I was younger no one could tell me exactly what my eye colour is but now i would say predominantly green.
    Hope that is of some help
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    (Original post by Scarlett-Yvonne)
    It sounds like you might have central heterochromia like me. This means that you have two to four different colours in your eyes in rings from your pupils. This may make it seem as though your eye colour is constantly changing. When I was younger no one could tell me exactly what my eye colour is but now i would say predominantly green.
    Hope that is of some help
    Haha, thanks!
    Yes me too! :]
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    (Original post by arbaaz)
    I wish my eyes would change colour!
    I can't see why!
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    I like having it now, i think it's interesting, there are loads of stars with it too
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    (Original post by Scarlett-Yvonne)
    I like having it now, i think it's interesting, there are loads of stars with it too
    Yes me too. I didn't mind it changing colour, but I was quite curious as to why it did so :]
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    (Original post by Dr Bungle)
    Ah right, there was a study a few years ago that showed that 10-15% of twins had eye colour changes past the age of six, it applied to single children as well.

    Check your family history.
    None of my family (that I know of) have had this..
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    I can't see why!
    because it is way cooler than having the same bog standard colour for the rest of your life... the same reason why people wear coloured contacts which are different to their natural eye colour ...

    wish i had blue eyes!
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    (Original post by arbaaz)
    because it is way cooler than having the same bog standard colour for the rest of your life... the same reason why people wear coloured contacts which are different to their natural eye colour ...

    wish i had blue eyes!
    I see. Well I have green eyes, and they'll do for me :]
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    I see. Well I have green eyes, and they'll do for me :]
    I think most peoples eye colours change throughout their life, but not by much, I think most people don;t notice it. Hair and skin colour change aswell. Your blue to brown phase does seem a little excessive.
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    My dad has brown eyes. My mum has blue eyes. I now have green eyes.
    Your eye's changed colour but not as drastically as mine did.
    My mum has hazel eyes and my dad has grey eyes. So I have a combination of both of those. (I have yellow flicks in my eyes)

    Maybe when you were a kid you suffered from a trauma and it messed up your eye colour? Or maybe if you had a grey or hazel eyed parent, your change of eye colour might not have been as dramatic, but still would've changed.
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    (Original post by Freier._.lance)
    I think most peoples eye colours change throughout their life, but not by much, I think most people don;t notice it. Hair and skin colour change aswell. Your blue to brown phase does seem a little excessive.
    Yes very excessive.

    My eye colour has changed drastically, however skin and hair hasn't.
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    (Original post by Mutedmirth)
    My mum has hazel eyes and my dad has grey eyes. So I have a combination of both of those. (I have yellow flicks in my eyes)

    Maybe when you were a kid you suffered from a trauma and it messed up your eye colour? Or maybe if you had a grey or hazel eyed parent, your change of eye colour might not have been as dramatic, but still would've changed.
    Ah, cool xD
    No, I never suffered from any trauma, my life was completely normal.
    The weird thing is that my eye colour changed two times, when I was 6 AND 9
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    (Original post by Scarlett-Yvonne)
    It sounds like you might have central heterochromia like me. This means that you have two to four different colours in your eyes in rings from your pupils. This may make it seem as though your eye colour is constantly changing. When I was younger no one could tell me exactly what my eye colour is but now i would say predominantly green.
    Hope that is of some help
    I've got sectoral heterochromia, my eyes are predominantly blue with a little patch of brown in my left one.
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    (Original post by Annie72)
    I've got sectoral heterochromia, my eyes are predominantly blue with a little patch of brown in my left one.
    Interesting xD
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    I have heard of this happening before. There have been similar cases where people's hair colour and texture has changed or skin colour due to hormonal changes. The change from brown to green eyes is not uncommon either, but it usually takes about forty years!

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