No, but some people are born with eyes that change between two closely related colors (like green and blue) seasonally and some are two different rings of color in their eyes. It all depends what eyes you were born with.
Eyes do change color. Newborn babies have blue eyes, which in most cases will change to some other color, brown being the most prevalent color. And the eyes of extremely elderly people can also change back to blue. Aside from… Full Answer
Brown eyes, like any color eyes, can be beautiful, but they may not be. It is said that "eyes are the windows to the soul." If this is true, the person's soul has a lot more to do with how… Full Answer
The pigment in your eyes does not change. That being said, your eyes adjust to the lighting conditions may appear to change color. Your mood can alter the muscles in your face to change the lighting conditions.
There is no term for colour change in the eyes. eye doctors say that the change in color is impossible and it is a trick of the light. personily, if i stare at blue or green for a short time… Full Answer
Your eyes can def. change color when you get mad, angry, or agitated, especally people with hazel eyes. The lighting that surrounds you when you feel this way is a major component of the changing. If the mood never changes… Full Answer
(sorry about the spelling, I spell 'color' differently) My eyes change color as well. When I was eight I had blue eyes then they turned to green. Ever since my eyes change to blue at night and green during the… Full Answer