How long does a baby’s eyes stay GREY?
Although you can’t predict the exact age your baby’s eye color will be permanent, the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) says most babies have the eye color that will last their lifetime by the time they’re about 9 months old.
Why do my baby’s eyes look GREY?
“I’d say by nine to 12 months, for the majority of babies this colour is locked in. In a minority of kids, though, eye colour can keep getting darker up until age five or six.” As melanin is added to the iris, the colour changes from blue or grey to green or hazel, and then brown, she says.
How does a child end up with GREY eyes?
One theory is that dark gray eyes come from a thin layer of melanin on the front layer of the iris. The blue reflection of light is clouded over by the dark layer in front causing a dark gray color. Light gray eyes are almost the opposite.
What color will GREY baby eyes turn?
What color will gray baby eyes turn? At birth your baby’s eyes may appear gray or blue due to a lack of pigment. Once exposed to light, the eye color will most likely start to change to blue, green, hazel, or brown over a period of six months to one year.
When do babies eyes stop changing color?
Research has found that most children’s eyes will stop changing color when they’re around 6 years old. But about 15% of people have changes in eye color all their life because of their genetic makeup.
What do GREY eyes say about you?
Perhaps the rarest of eye colors, gray represents wisdom and gentleness. Gray-eyed people are sensitive, but possess a great deal of inner strength and think analytically.