I’m the only person in my family who has heterochromia

I’m the only person in my family who has heterochromia. So far I’ve only met one person who has the same eyes as me. It kinda makes me feel special and I never had any bad experiences according to my different eyes. There are even people I’ve known for years who just recently noticed it.

I remember when the hag came to see me

I remember when the hag came to see me. I’m
Not aware of when my eyes were switched. I know that my long suffering sleep paralysis is related to the hag visits.

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! 🙂


Troublemaker :) heterochromia boy

We made a deal: you run around the studio backdrop and I take one shot and you run again 🙂 you had so much energy and I had so much fun… wonderful #Heterochromia #boy 🙂 #troublemaker

“I am special” “ I am unique” and it’s cool as fuck!

I was born with dark brown eyes and red hair! Which is pretty unusual. My mum took me home and two weeks later realised one of my eyes had changed colour! She thought I had turned blind and took me to the doctors.

No explanation! only that “she’s special”

I don’t really remember the first time that I realised I was different. Adults would call me special/beautiful etc , however to other children my age I was different.

I was quite an out going kid but starting school and having kids make fun of me made me quite introvert. I realise now that it is probably the reason I am quite insecure and I have trouble looking at people in the eyes, scared that they will discover my flaw.

One time I was sitting at uni with my friend when he turned and said to me “holy shit jess your eyes are different colours”…. We had been friends for 4 years!

When I was in junior school we would often have theatre companies/magicians come to the school around Christmas time to perform. One year after the performances we all went back to class. My head mistress knocked on the door and asked me to come out into the hall way, she said she wanted me to meet someone special like me, the magician had the same coloured eyes as me! I can’t remember what he said to me but I’m pretty sure it was something nice and encouraging. This was the first person id met like me. It made me feel a lot better about myself. Since then ive met a few more people with variations of eye colour like mine.

Kids were mean and would upset me, however as I got older I started to love my eyes, kids reactions soon changed to “whoa your eyes are amazing” “that’s so cool” , not the usual “ugh” “weirdo” “witch” that I was used to. It also turned into quite the pulling power!

I finally believe what those adults had told me all those years ago,

“I am special” “ I am unique” and it’s cool as fuck!