Eye Color Percentages: Most Common Eye Colors In The World
Bucky LaFountain 2017-08-23
The color of one's eyes can vary greatly from brown to blue and anything in between, but what are the most popular colors? How are those color broken down by geographical regions and percentages? Let's take a look at the eye color percentages occurrence that exists in the general population.
Benefits of Wearing Acuvue Oasys Contacts
Bucky LaFountain 2017-08-21
According to AcuvueProfessional.com this lens is rated number one in comfort with 7 out of 10 contact lens wearers surveyed stating that it is the most comfortable brand they have ever worn. What makes this lens more comfortable and allows it to outperform its competitors? Well let's try to answer this question by looking at the 4 beneficial properties that Acuvue Oasys has to offer:
Eye Makeup Videos: 5 Techniques You Should Know
Bucky LaFountain 2017-08-19
Eye makeup has become an art form providing people the ability to express their personality types while making an emotional statement. There is a variety of eye makeup styles ranging from seductive cat eyes and sexy smokey eyes to subtle candlelit eyes. Below is a list of some of the most popular eye makeup styles and respective video tutorials on how to achieve them.
Eye Twitching: What Causes it?
Bucky LaFountain 2017-08-18
Eye Twitches are involuntary but repetitive spasms of the muscles in the eyelid. The degree of the twitching can vary from mild to more severe. But what does this twitching signify? Is it indicative of something more serious? And what causes it? Let's discuss this condition and look at answers to these questions.
When is the next Solar Eclipse in The United States?
Bucky LaFountain 2017-08-15
On April 8th, 2024 North America will witness a another solar eclipse. To safely view an eclipse it is important to note that observer needs to take certain precautions to safeguard his/her eye health from the harmful rays emitted by the sun during the eclipse. Exposing your unprotected eyes to the sun during a solar eclipse can cause solar retinopathy (retinal burns); also known as "eclipse blindness". This exposure can temporarily or permanently damage or destroy cells in the retina. The damage can take up to a few days to be fully expressed with symptoms including loss of central vision, altered color and blurry or distorted vision.
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