rey eyes are mesmerizing and captivating. There’s something rather alluring and perhaps just a little bit mysterious about grey eyes. Only 3% of the population is blessed with this rare eye color, though, may not know the fascinating story behind their eyes. Curious what it means when you have grey eyes? Let’s see what one of the rarest Grey colored eyes in humans means.
Truth about Gray Eyes
The Chameleon Eyes
If you look closely, you may even see grey eyes changing color. Depending on what a person is wearing and what color light they are in, a person’s grey eyes may appear grey, blue, or even green. Their eye color may even appear to change with their mood, as emotions can change the size of a person’s pupils which in turn compresses the colors of the iris, making eyes temporarily take on a different hue.
Risks associated with Grey Eyes
While having grey eyes might seem lucky because they’re so rare, having grey eyes isn’t necessarily a good thing. There are some risks associated with having eyes of this color. Less pigment means less protection from the sun,
which means people with grey eyes are at a greater risk for melanoma of the uvea (the middle layer of eyes). Having a greater risk of cancer might sound scary, but fortunately this type of cancer is pretty rare.
So, if you have grey eyes, you should take special care to protect your eyes from the glare of the sun. “People with light iris color need to be diligent in wearing UV-protected sunglasses.”
Some strange superstitions
People have a lot of strange beliefs about what grey eyes mean. While in modern times we know that grey eyes are just, well, eyes, superstitions can still be fun as long as we don’t take them seriously.
- Men with grey eyes are the most faithful. They might be more faithful than men with eyes of other colors.
- Apparently, Women with blue eyes are faithful. Grey-eyed women are instead supposedly Greedy.
Newborns with grey eyes can change color
Many babies are born with either grey or blue eyes. While they might have one of these rarer eye colors when they’re born, it doesn’t necessarily mean that their eyes will still be light once they’re all grown up. It’s not uncommon for a baby’s eye color to change as they get older.
- People with grey eyes have a distinct advantage when it comes to competitions.
- Light eyed females, have a high chance of being noticed by a male.
- Competitive personality traits secure the long-term commitment necessary for self and offspring survival.
3 Traits of People with Grey Eyes
If you have grey eyes, this is why some people may tell you that your color “looks blue” or “steel” or “silver”.
1. Mysterious Spirit
Looking into your dark grey eyes feels like walking into a maze. You are mysterious and complex. It is impossible for others to know exactly what you are thinking or what you are going to do next. You actually prefer it this way. The mystery that surrounds you seems to attract people to you almost instantly. To them, you are like a puzzle.
2. Freedom is Favorite
Your silver eyes are an instant giveaway that you are a free spirit. You take pride in being an independent thinker. Behind those grey eyes, you are also a hopeless romantic. Balancing the needs of your adventurous soul and your delicate heart has been a tough task.
3. Creative and Spontaneous
If your blue-grey or grey-green eyes didn’t already give it away, it’s obvious that you are a very creative spirit. You have lots of ideas and you dream about the day when you will finally get to unleash your vision to the world. You love learning about new things, so you often jump from subject to subject to avoid becoming bored.