5. Blue eyes vs brown eyes
Scientists have proven that beneath all brown eyes lie blue eyes separated by an extremely thin layer.
6. Eye diseases related to light eyes
Light-eyed people are more prone to eye diseases like uveal melanoma – a common eye cancer in adults. Age-related macular degeneration is another common eye disease that grabs people with light eyes. Blue-eyed people often have vitiligo, a condition where the skin – and even hair – loses pigmentation.
Blue, green or hazel eyes are just a fashionable trait but are not healthier as compared to brown eyes. If you have been jealous of your friends who have light eyes, it is time you get over it and thank God instead for blessing you with ample melanin pigment.