The color of the iris portion of the human eye is either: brown, green, gray, blue, or a combination of colors, such as amber or hazel. The only part of the eye that is naturally white is the sclera. So when people encounter a person whose complete eye appears ‘white’, they might be grossed out. There is no need for such a reaction, as ‘white eyes’ are not the result of any strange medical conditions but rather white contact lenses. What are white contact lenses? White contact lenses are special types of color contacts that make the eye appear white. They come in three different varieties: those with no special effects, those that glow in the dark and those that cover the entire eye, blinding it.
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