posted on Jan, 5 2009 @ 06:15 PM
Well, I did some research for this seemingly unanswerable "problem" with eyes changing color and have came up with a few solutions. My eyes have
changed color too in fact; sometimes, I'm a "hazel" which is really more-so like a greenishy-steel blue-brownish-amber color, but I'll call it
hazel for simplicity! =D Well, as I was saying, my eyes change color too anywhere from hazel, to a really cool emerald-green, to maybe a little more
brownish hazel, and to even greenish-blue. My point, my eye color changes are endless and impossible to describe because they are always changing (now
staying at the greenish-blue more) As I'm getting older (I'm a teenager), my hair color has changed along with this. Before when I had hazel colored
eyes, my hair was a light brown; now, my eye color is greenish blue with goldish-blonde hair. Strange, but true. I became a little frustrated as to
why this was all occuring and people mentioning my eye color is changing and other things, so I did some research.
I discovered that eye color changes for some people because of your age, personality, feelings, genetics, surroundings, and current mood. Sometimes
people's eyes don't change color because it's just in their genetics and because their body doesn't have that gene code that says to do that.
For example: If you have green eyes, in the shade outside, happy, calm, and relaxed, while in a pretty laid back mood, your eye color will be darker
and more calm looking (along with a dilated pupil). However, if you became angrier, have adrenaline flowing, go into the sun, and are not as calm,
your eye color (for a few people) will become lighter and seem not inviting. Sometimes, when you are younger, your eyes will change because your body
is growing and changing. It has to do with your genetics and who you are related to. My brother used to have "pure" blue eyes when he was a baby but
as he got older and became a toddler, his eyes changed to a greenish-blue, and finally are at green and haven't changed since.
So, the answer to your question is genetics, age, personality, feelings, surroundings, and current mood. Those all have effects in changing your eye
color. There is no "medical" reason as to why your eyes change color; it's just your body's way of reacting to situations. I hope that answers
your question; sorry for it being so long!
PS: The person who said you can tell someone loves you based on pupil dilation is infact true. If a person looks at you with large dilated eyes, they
care for you and like you. There eyes may also sparkle and become very unique looking than before. Same is true for the person who said the opposite