Generally, changes in eye color go from light to dark. So if your child initially has blue eyes, their color may turn green, hazel, or brown. But if your baby is born with brown eyes, it is unlikely that they are going to become blue. It is impossible to predict a baby’s eye color just by looking at the parents’ eyes.
What color will GREY baby eyes turn?
“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.
What Colour do GREY eyes turn into?
For example, a child may be born with grey eyes that turn brown several months later.
Do all newborns have blue eyes?
Most babies in the United States are born with blue eyes. Interestingly, only 1 in 5 Caucasian adults grow up to have baby blues. So, why are babies born with blue eyes? It has to do with the amount of melanin they have and how much it increases after birth.
What are the chances my baby will have blue eyes?
Predicting Eye Color
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How can you tell what skin color your baby will be?
Looking for a sign of how pigmented she’ll eventually be? Some parents swear that the ears will clue you in — check out the tops of your baby’s tiny ears, and you’ll notice that they‘re darker than the rest of your newborn’s skin. There’s a good chance her skin will wind up being close to that color.