Heterochromia from UK :)

She is a model I saw her picture on a magazine cover, I have found her name and immediately contacted her 🙂 Her name is Topaz, absolutely gorgeous girl that happen to come to Amsterdam for another photo shoot and joined Heterochromia project as well 🙂

Topaz did not take her lenses out until the very last moment before the shoot. She say she is very insecure about her eyes, but i am sure that one day this beautiful condition will bring her even more fame then she can imagine 🙂

Thank you, Topaz! I am hoping to see you again! 🙂

 

“it is something who defines me forever, just like my tattoos but even more unique”

When I was a child my grandma used to tell me that her mother’s eyes had two different colours, just like mine. I thought it was cool, it made me feel so proud and special.
Heterochromia was never a problem to me and I don’t understand people thinking it is.
Technically, my eyes have a different quantity of melamine, but to me, Heterochromia is more than that.
It is my great-grandmother’s gift and it is something who defines me forever, just like my tattoos but even more unique.

“I am so thankful of my heterochromatic eyes. I speak, love and smile with them. They have become my distinctive beauty and strength in self belief.”

“While the kids were just curious, it sometimes made me feel like an animal in a zoo”

I love my eyes! Although, when I was younger I quickly became self conscious of the attention I would receive as a result of my eyes. I have memories from when I was at school of kids surrounding me to try get a better look at my eyes. While the kids were just curious, it sometimes made me feel like an animal in a zoo or something! The comments I receive about my eyes are always positive, and always have been. Generally people find them interesting and want to know how my eyes came to be that way. I remember one boy from school never believed me when I said my eyes were natural, and was convinced that I wore contact lenses. It became a bit of a game trying to convince him otherwise! 🙂 I am lucky that my eyes never resulted in me been bullied or anything like that

 

“Blessed are those who see beauty in imperfection, for you teach the world to see through different eyes”

heterochromia_project2Back when I was young people would ask me why my eyes were the way they are.
I just responded that I had two souls, or that I had eaten my twin when I was in the womb, or that on my planet this was very normal.

Blessed are those who see beauty in imperfection, for you teach the world to see through different eyes. -Jamiro Oort 2017

“she died in my arms and now she is on my shoulder for ever. Now I have 4 eyes with 2 colours: on the front and on my back.”

When I was 12 my parents wanted a new dog. I know they are watching some dogs and they told me they found a ‘bitch’.

A few weeks later I was at home waiting on my parents. The “bitch” was coming that day!

I was so excited.

The first time is saw her it was… well. I can say love at first sight. She had the same eyes as mine. Not only the exact same colours but also on the right sides ❤

The dog became more like a sister for me we did everything together so when I was 22 and I had a home for myself ofcourse she moved with me. She did not accept my new boyfriend. She was the one lying next to me in bed nobody came in-between.

After all she had a beautiful live, she died in my arms and now she is on my shoulder for ever. Now I have 4 eyes with 2 colours on the front an on my back.

Having heterochromia was never a problem for me. Everybody loves my eyes! Well I can say I have a beautiful mistake by nature i’ m unique and I love it.

I was born with many talents and developed a sixth sense, just to help people around me, but I never had the feeling of “being special”.

 

I had an en-caul birth, born inside the entire amniotic sac. The nuns in the hospital called me ‘the gifted child of God “.I was born with many talents and developed a sixth sense, just to help people around me. but I never had the feeling “being special”.