When we go out in public and take a look around, what eye color do you see most often?
"Brown eyes are the most common eye color in the world with over 55% of the world's population having brown eyes. Brown eye color is a dominant genetic trait, and is created by the presence of melanin in the eye. Over fifty percent of the world's population has brown eyes, with nearly all individuals from Africa and Asia sharing brown eye color. Brown eyes are typically darker than other eye colors, and they may even appear black in certain individuals." - Ac Lens
Many of us with brown eyes may feel as though we're ordinary because our eye color is so common, but in fact our eye color is the deepest of them all.
"Brown eyes– People who have this hue are said to be very independent, self-confident and determined. You are known to be trustworthy, and when people look at you they get a sense of security and stability." - www.blog.freepeople.com
I don't know about you, but when I look into a pair of brown eyes I feel as though I can see right through their face and deep into their soul.
We may feel this way because in general, whether you're drawing or painting, the darker a section is, the deeper it looks.
"Brown is believed to help create a wholesome feeling, a connection with the earth, and a sense of orderliness and convention. Brown is a stable and grounded color that is believed to help you feel like you fit in and belong." - bournecreative.com
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So, the next time you look at someone with brown eyes, think about how deep their soul, personality, energy, aura, and spirit truly is.
And most importantly, don't forget to
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Written by: Rhys Kelly
So beautiful! So real! Thank you!
I wanted to leave a comment because I defiantly have always felt like I wanted blue or green eyes growing up because it was the ‘pretty thing’ to have, but after growing up a bit and reading this blog post, I realize we’re all beautiful no matter what our eye color is. I love my brown eyes. They’re deep and mysterious and I wouldn’t change that for the world. :)