As of 2014, the only way to change eye color permanently is through the use of iris implants, which present serious health risks. A laser surgery is being developed that may work, and people can influence the perception ... More »

Eyes do not actually change colors, but the way they appear can change at different times, according to UCSB Scienceline. People who have different colors of pigment in their irises tend to notice the most changes in the... More »

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Kittens' eyes change color permanently by three months of age. The eye color of most newborn kittens is a shade of blue. Once permanent, colors range from brown to green. More »

Individuals with dark-colored eyes should opt for colored contacts that are opaque-colored tints to bring out the intensity of the natural eye color. A hazel-colored lens or lighter honey brown offers a slight change to ... More »

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Reasons to use non-prescription colored contact lenses include enhancing the appearance of the eyes or changing the eye color for fashion or a costume. Even if the wearer has perfect vision, a prescription from an eye do... More »

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Because the natural color of the eye isn't uniform, some color contacts have tiny dots and lines of color rather than a uniform tint. These patterns of color on the contact are intended to mimic the appearance of a real ... More »

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Types of products available through Bausch and Lomb include contact lenses, dry eye products, eye vitamins, vision accessories and eye washes, as of May 2015. Products are listed on Bausch.com. More »

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