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    Black
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    Brown
    37.47%
    Hazel (Brown and green)
    14.67%
    Pure Green
    6.81%
    Green - Blue
    9.12%
    Pure Blue
    12.91%
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    (Original post by TommyWannabe)
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    those pics made me actually want to die.
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    (Original post by Comet Andromeda)
    are those your real lashes? If so, HOW DO YOU GET THEM TO BEHAVE THAT WAY?!!!!!
    Mine won't stay up :mad:
    Those are my real lashes, but I use eyelash curlers on them, as well as Max Factor Masterpiece Max mascara
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    (Original post by Mujeriego)
    Best colour ever. :jiggy:
    My little sister has that colour eyes. She's prettier than me, dammit. :lol:

    Although, I have hazel eyes so naturally I am almost superior (with the exception of people with green eyes. If only my jealousy wou.ld make my eyes turn green I would be completely content.). Will upload a photo when I can get my camera working.
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    My eye, they're a dark grey colour :confused:
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    jk not me.
    Gutted, I was going to go and quote X-men and start talking about what a "groovy" mutation it was. Apparently hazel eyes are a mutation as well...made my Biology class very interesting. "Who's a mutant?" "Me. "
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    My eyes are a really weird colour, they are brown...but almost orange?
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    Apologies for the quality...

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    (Original post by Oncoming Storm)
    Gutted, I was going to go and quote X-men and start talking about what a "groovy" mutation it was. Apparently hazel eyes are a mutation as well...made my Biology class very interesting. "Who's a mutant?" "Me. "
    Sorry to disappoint you.
    However, my eyes are hazel so you can put up that quote.
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    (Original post by Hammer_Time)
    Apologies for the quality...

    Wow. Such a beautiful shade of green...emerald. :love:
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    (Original post by RabbitCFH)
    Sorry to disappoint you.
    However, my eyes are hazel so you can put up that quote.
    Good good. Well, I don't remember the full quote (only saw it yesterday so I really should), but basically it was about how mutations are groovy and we should be mutant and proud. Professor Xaviers chat up line. :lol: What a player he is...:rolleyes:
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    Mine change colour depending on the light When it's dark they are green and when its really sunny they are really pale blue
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    (Original post by Hammer_Time)
    Apologies for the quality...

    I used to think of that colour everytime someone mentioned green eyes. Same colour I reckon Harry Potters eyes were meant to be. They have to be the most amazing green eyes I've ever seen, congratulations on winning the genetic lottery there. :lol:
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    Damn eyes look so cool lol, never realised!
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    GO TEAM GREEN

    Saying that, I barely qualify. "Algae" green sucks.
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    (Original post by Oncoming Storm)
    Good good. Well, I don't remember the full quote (only saw it yesterday so I really should), but basically it was about how mutations are groovy and we should be mutant and proud. Professor Xaviers chat up line. :lol: What a player he is...:rolleyes:
    You ruined the quote, it was probably nothing like that.
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    (Original post by girl_in_black)
    My eyes are a different colours, I never know what colour to call them

    Apologies for the poor quality.
    That's quite a groovy mutation.

    Oh, it seems others here have seen First Class too..
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    (Original post by Mujeriego)
    Are you wearing a curtain as a cape or something?
    Lmao no. It's a headscarf my mum owns many...
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    Lol. Eyes in general are a mutation if you think about it .......
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    I guess mine are grey but they look more green under certain lights (weirdly especially if I've been crying) and it's more ambery around the pupil you can see the mix of colours more in the second photo.
 
 
 
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