Common Eye Colours of Human beings

Eyes are the most attractive feature of a human and no doubt the most important and sensitive organ also. Usually the eye colour of humans differ from place to place, for e.g., mostly the eye colour of Asians are black or brown. Since 1801, when contact lenses were introduced by Thomas Young, from then to now there are many colours of contact lenses available at the market but none can compete the natural eye colour with contact lenses. Here is a list compiled together the eye colours of humans, an art of nature with common behaviours.

Black Eyes

This is the most common eye colour. People with black coloured eyes are sensual, secretive and deeply intuitive.

Brown Eyes

Brown colour is the second most common eye colour. People withbrown eyes may indicate that they are independent and have a deep feeling for Earth and nature.

Amber Eyes

People with amber eyes are mostly very simple and creative. Amber coloured eyes often have a shade of golden.

Blue Eyes

A person with blue eyes may indicate that he/she is a direct and forceful person who has an immense vitality and a gift for insight and observation.

Blue-Gray Eyes

Looking beautiful, right? The people with this eye colour have mostly the qualities of people with blue eyes. In my opinion it is the most beautiful eye colour.

Green Eyes

A person with green eyes indicate compassionate and creative person with boundless energy.

Gray Eyes

People with gray eyes are normally sensitive and subtle whose flexibility puts them few steps ahead of the crowd.

Hazel Eyes

People with hazel eyes have a combination of qualities. They may have the qualities of people with blue, green, brown and gray.

Spectrum Coloured Eyes

Spectrum is not rare, but it looks great. I cannot say anything about their qualities, they may get the qualities of the colour sin the spectrum.

Violet Eyes

People rarely get violet coloured eyes. A person with violet eyes indicates that he/she is a noble, refined, natural leader and a seeker of spiritual truths.