Sunday, October 7, 2007

Angelina Jolie's eyes are the most desirable female celebrity eyes.

Here is some info on Angelina Jolie and some very good pictures which showed her natural eye color...and with contact lenses

Full Name: Angelina Jolie
Occupation: Actress
Date of Birth: 4 June 1975
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, USA
Height: 5' 7"
Relations: Father: Jon Voight (actor); mother: Marcheline Bertrand (former actress); brother: James Haven Voight (director); husband: Brad Pitt; ex-husband: , Jonny Lee Miller (actor)
Hair color: Dark Brown
Eye color: Blue
Sign: Sun in Gemini, Moon in Aries
Education: Attended Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and New York University (majored in film)
Career Start : Hackers

Survey Takes 'FreshLook' at Hottest Celeb Eye Colours and Perceived Personality Traits

LONDON, July 26 -- Think Angelina Jolie looks sexy? Charlotte Church is creative? Keira Knightley seems kind? It may be due to their eye colour, according to a recent survey conducted by NEW FreshLook ONE-DAY disposable colour contact lenses.

The survey which polled 3,000 young men and women ages 18-24 from across the United Kingdom, found that people often associate different eye colours with specific personality traits. The survey also determined that it may be possible for an individual to influence people's perception of them simply by changing the colour of their eyes with coloured contact lenses.

Blue eyes like those belonging to Angelina Jolie, her partner Brad Pitt and his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston were found to be the most wanted eye colour, followed by green.

The personality trait that respondents of the study most associated with blue eyes was flirtatiousness with 22 per cent of respondents saying this, followed closely by sexiness (17 per cent). Brown/hazel-eyed people were thought to be affectionate and kind (each at 14 per cent) and by far the most trustworthy compared to people with other eye colours (16 per cent). Green-eyed people were considered to be the most creative (15 per cent) of All eye colours and the most mysterious and intriguing (17 per cent) while grey-eyes were generally thought to be shy (12 per cent) but also the most intelligent (15 per cent).

One quarter of those surveyed expressed an interest in using a daily disposable contact lens such as FreshLook ONE-DAY to change their eye colour, with the most popular occasion being for a night out clubbing (21 per cent), going to the bar (12 per cent) or for a hot date (9 per cent).

Daska Barnett, optometrist to some of the UK's most coveted celebrity eyes and founder of Specs of Kensington explains: "Colour contact lenses have finally come of age thanks to the daily disposable format - the ultimate in convenience. People really enjoy experimenting with their image and changing their eye colour is one simple way they can really make and impact."

She continues: "Maintaining good ocular health when wearing contact lenses is vital and anyone who is interested in trying out a new eye colour should ensure they are fitted by a qualified practitioner."

FreshLook ONE-DAY daily disposable colour contact lenses come in four shades - blue, green, pure hazel and grey and are available for prescription wearers and those who don't require vision correction.

New FreshLook ONE-DAY colour contact lenses and the wider FreshLook range are available at opticians nationwide. For more information please visit

    Top 5 most desirable female celebrity eyes:
    1. Angelina Jolie
    2. Natalie Imbruglia
    3. Jennifer Aniston
    4. Keira Knightley
    5. Billie Piper
    Top 5 most desirable male celebrity eyes:
    1. Johnny Depp
    2. Brad Pitt
    3. David Beckham
    4. Jake Gyllenhaal
    5. Jude Law

Angelina's Complex Answer To Playing Multi-Racial

In "A Mighty Heart", Angelina Jolie gives a gut-wrenching performance as Mariane Pearl, the widow of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. Moments into the movie, the audience forgets it's Angelina at all and she more than lives up to her Oscar-winning hype. She's also a fair skinned white woman with blue/gray eyes playing an Afro Cuban/Dutch woman, a transformation eased with a wig, dark brown contact lenses and her make-up artist

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