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Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..



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Of all the features we notice about a person upon meeting them, their eyes are often the first connection we make. But some people just aren't satisfied with the color of their peepers, wishing their dark corneas away in favor of a pleasant shade of blue.

Those unhappy with brown eyes may find just what they're looking for: Laguna Beach doctor Gregg Homer has developed a new procedure that can actually convert brown-colored eyes to blue in just a matter of weeks. The operation itself is fairly straight forward: Using a laser tuned to a special frequency, the doctor actually alters the cells that produce the brown coloration in the eye. After a few weeks, the darker color begins to fade, revealing the blue pigment underneath. As the doctor explains it, the procedure only works for brown-eyed individuals, as they already have a bluish coloration hiding underneath.





Would be pretty cool if it actually worked as advertised and didn't cause permanent eye damage down the road. I'm gonna let a few trials go first before i change my eyes to baby blue though



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graychef
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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


Born with 'em.

So the doctor removes the pigment?






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laxer17
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I have natural blue eyes, I don't want all these posers with eyes like mine





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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


Gary





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228Tiger
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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


See I always thought blue eyed individuals had eyesight problems later in life, as the blue fades





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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


Mine look just like that pic. Blue with brown specs.





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OWLFAN86
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I also have blue eyes,,
proof im not a mexican






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frick off newb





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graychef
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Just a lack of pigment. I can't go anywhere without sunglasses though. Very sensitive to light for some reason and I don't know if it has anything to do with blue eyes.





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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


I have ice blue eyes and blonde hair. Don't want any muggles trying to copy my style.





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I want green eyes





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228Tiger
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Yeah my little bro and mom have deep blue eyes


Never knew if you had brown eyes they are blue underneath! Kinda hard to believe


ETA: If you remove pigment from your eyes, that just sounds damaging in itself..but according to this guy it's not?



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re: Ever wanted Baby Blue eyes? Now you might have a choice..


I have blue eyes that depending on what I have on, change to a shade of violet.






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No fuxka to BBC gove





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No fuxka to BBC gove


I don't know what this means, but feel you probably deserve a








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SCUBABlake
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The sad part is people care enough to actually do this.





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LSUtiger17
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I have blue eyes. Honestly, I wish I had some pigment in mine. I can barely see in bright sunlight because of them. Also, I'd rather hear 'you have a nice (insert masculine trait)', instead of 'your eyes are pretty.'





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228Tiger
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Women with dark brown hair and deep blue eyes are the sexiest thing in the world(if they're hot)








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Women with dark brown hair and deep blue eyes are the sexiest thing in the world(if they're hot)



I totally agree






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LSUtiger17
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Very sensitive to light for some reason and I don't know if it has anything to do with blue eyes.

It does. Less pigment=less light absorption by the iris, meaning more light entering through the pupil.






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