Hazel is a light brown, just slightly darker than honey colour. (I have hazel eyes :) ) hazel eyes are a brown-green color, what's cool about them is that they change color …a little bit depending on what color shirt or outfit you're wearing. :D - miss star (MORE)
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Hazel eyes are actually the most misunderstood eye color. First of all, they are a medium mixed color - brown with gold and green. They fall on the Scale right down the mi…ddle between the lightest blue to coal black. And hazel eyes are light to deep brown in color. If you've ever seen a "brown-eyed person" "claim" to have hazel eyes and reacted with, "they look brown to me" that's because hazel eyes ARE brown eyes . . . with a twist . . . a golden, reddish twist. There's a modern North American misconception about hazel eyes. Pure hazel eyes are only golden brown and/or reddish brown. Pure hazel eyes have a deep brown iris with small or significant gold amber and/or red/orange specks throughout the iris with some eyes having slight green specks and/or a dark green outline (circle) around the iris. Also there may be a gold amber and/or red/orange ring around the pupil. What hazel eyes could be a blue, grey or significant green mix with brown. This has been known for centuries in Europe and its colonies. However, over the last century, people in North America began misusing the term "hazel" by inaccurately calling any mixed eye color hazel. Hazel eyes are of Indo-European origins and appear to shift in color from deep, chocolate brown to a light gold, amber or honey color depending upon lighting conditions. There may be a green tinting as well for those with green specks. However, green is in no way a requirement for hazel eyes as pure hazel is only brown, red and gold. Hazel eyes are common in Europe, The Middle East, Australia, and the Americas. (MORE)
WITCH HAZEL IS A clear liquid used as a skin astringent, (something used to cleanse the skin and constrict the pores) It is an extract from the leaves and/or bark of the shrub…, "hamamelis virginiana", mixed with water and alcohol to make WITCH HAZEL. It is for external use only, and does not require a prescription; it is purchased over the counter in a drug store or where they sell cosmetics. (MORE)