Many newborns seem to have blue eyes, but keep in mind that this is likely only a temporary appearance.
The melanin that gives us our distinctive eye color as newborns has not yet been properly deposited in our irises.
The melanoma development process in the iris begins as soon as a baby’s eyes are exposed to light.
The amount of light entering and exiting the eye is controlled by the iris, a pigmented component of the eye.
When the iris is really brown, the eyes seem sunken. S gree, gray, or light brow eyes result from a lack of melai.