Hazel eyes voted as one of the most attractive eyes colors in the world. They resemble both health and beauty and appear to be the best in both worlds. Only about 5% of the world population has this unique color and it is considered to be uncommon in most parts of the world. However, it can be found in Europe and United States. It is most common in the people of Brazilian, Middle Eastern, North African, or Spanish descendants.
Hazel eyes constitute any shade with light brown or gold tunes and they are caused by a genetic mutation. After brown eyes, they have the most melanin. It makes this eye color unique in both attractiveness and inheritance.
Naturally, white and non-Hispanic babies are born with blue eyes and then develop brown, green, or hazel eyes in childhood. So, we can assume where the hazel eyes come from. Another remarkable feature in hazel eyes is that they appear to change color when crying. Water has an effect on the light refracting off the eye and gives the appearance of the eye changing color. There is no actual color change taking place.
Persons with hazel eyes can reflect the colors in the environment around them. So, hazel-eyed persons appear to change color throughout the day. Here are some photos of the persons having hazel eyes and you can see the true beauty within them.