Fun Facts About Grey Eyes
One of the rarest eye hues is grey. Grey eyes are only present in less than 3% of people worldwide. People with Northern and Eastern European ancestry are more likely to have them. The amount of melanin in the iris determines the color of eyes, as it does for all eye colors.
The pigment melanin helps shield the eyes when it absorbs light. People are more likely to be sensitive to bright light if they have light-colored eyes (blue, green, or grey).
About 3% of people in the planet have gray eyes. Grey eyed individuals have little to no melanin in their irises, while the stroma, a region of the eye, has more collagen. The collagen reflects light in a way that gives the eyes a gray appearance.
The rarest and statistically most appealing eye color is grey, with hazel and green closely behind, according to one of the study’s key findings. However, while being the most prevalent color, brown eyes are rated as being the least attractive by poll participants.
Here are 25 beautiful girls with grey eyes.