Lions have amber-colored eyes. The Feline Conservation Federation notes that even white lions, whose fur lacks the typical lion's pigment, have a pale amber eye color.Know More
Because lions are nocturnal, their eyes are designed to enhance night vision. The eye's anatomical structure is responsible for the eye shine, or bright glow, that is visible when a light is shined at it during the night. The color of this eye shine often takes on a red or gold hue, but the precise color varies with the angle at which the lion is viewed.
The colorful eye shine results from a layer of cells located behind the lion's retinas. The reflective quality of these cells helps the lion's eyes absorb more light, thereby increasing the lion's night vision.Learn more in Large Cats
President Abraham Lincoln's eyes were described as gray by those who knew him personally, including his wife and his niece, according to the Lincoln Institute. Its Abraham Lincoln's Classroom website references "The Inner World of Abraham Lincoln," by Michael Burlingame, which contains quotes from Lincoln's niece.Full Answer >
Kittens' eyes change color permanently by three months of age. The eye color of most newborn kittens is a shade of blue. Once permanent, colors range from brown to green.Full Answer >
Hazel is a light yellowish-brown golden color that's very similar to the color of a hazelnut, but hazel eyes often appear to switch between green and brown. The most prominent colors needed to make hazel are green and brown, and either color can be dominant, resulting in an amber appearance.Full Answer >
Most makeup colors match well with brown eyes since they don’t have an opposite or complementary hue on the color wheel. Makeup colors like teal, blue, purple, bronze, violet, pink, copper and chocolate, however, are some of the best for brown eyes.Full Answer >