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31 People With the Most Striking Eyes in the World

We can’t help but see beautiful eyes and smile, can you? Beautiful eyes come in so many different colors, shapes, and sizes. But no matter what gorgeous form they take, all stunning eyes have one thing in common: They’re guaranteed to make people stop in their tracks and take a closer look at the delicate beauty in front of them.

Beautiful Eyes Quotes

Is it any wonder why eyes have become a symbol of romance and intimacy? After all, as they say, eyes are the window to the soul: You can tell so much about a person just by looking into their eyes. It’s one of the most basic ways we communicate nonverbally, so it makes sense why beautiful eyes are something we notice right away. This is especially true if someone has an unusual, breathtaking eye color. (Elizabeth Taylor’s purple-blue-green eyes, anyone?)

Because the eyes are such a prominent feature, it’s no surprise that many people have waxed poetic about this particular characteristic. As Audrey Hepburn so eloquently put it, “For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” French author Victor Hugo also weighed in, offering these wise words: “When a woman is talking to you, listen to what she says with her eyes.”

Just as it’s easy to get drawn into someone’s deep, gorgeous eyes, it’s easy to get pulled into pictures of them! Which is why we’ve created a different kind of “eye candy,” if you will. Below, behold the most gorgeous eyes in the world that will make your jaw drop. We’re not talking about your average (but still beautiful!) baby blues or rich chocolate browns; these standout hues and styles are so stunning, there’s no makeup necessary. Believe us: These pretty eyes are the real deal.

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