From the blackholes and brown to sapphire blue and jade green.
Sadly the technology is still not quite perfect yet , but they are currently working on it and hoping for a release by late 2015.
When this surgery comes out would you do it?
Note , this is a PERMANENT surgery , it works by deactivating the pigmentation producing cells in your iris but it's also quite cheap to do , it's only $5000USD and so far there have been no record of negative side effects.
Black > Brown > Hazel > Green > Blue > Red (albino esque zero pigmentation)
They can adjust the amount of pigment to remove , but they can't add pigments so if you've got green eyes , you can get blue eyes , but no brown
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That seems a bit too much for me. If something goes wrong, you're fucked. But idk. I *might* consider laser eye surgery to correct my vision so this may not be far from that.
I love my big blackish-brown eyes. Sure, sometimes I want to get a sample pair of hazel or green contacts and see how they look on me. I'm biracial/black so I think blue would be a little much. (Not that other black people don't have them naturally, they do. I'm just saying.)
But permanently? I'd have to try contacts first and then if I LOVE the way I look with lighter eyes, maybe...
Probably not though. I love my blackholes <3
My eyes are one of the most striking things about me. (shape, size, long eyelashes) If they fucked my eyes up, I'd be quite pissed, to say the least. Think its best to stay with my natural color. If it ain't broke... ;D