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Aside from sharing the same rich eye color, you're also the proud owners of the most melanin (pigment) within your irises, meaning your eyes are naturally more protected from the sun.
And according to research, they've been around since the bronze age. There might be fifty shades of gray, but only about 3 percent of the world's population is thought to have this rare eye color.
Unfortunately, not much is known about gray eyes, but it's suspected that gray-eyed people have an even smaller amount of melanin in their eyes than blue-eyed people, and they have a different composition of the stroma that causes the light to scatter differently to create the mysterious, silvery hue.
Hazel eyes are less common than brown eyes, which might be why they have yet to be represented as a Crayola crayon color. Congrats on being in the 8 percent of the world that have baby blues—your extended family just got a whole lot bigger!
Research shows that blue-eyed folks share a single, common ancestor.This, however, isn't to say you don't need sunglasses (you do). According to Merriam-Webster, hazel is 'a light brown to strong yellowish brown,' but we don't think that definition does these gorgeous eyes justice.