Genetics is a branch of science that is hard to predict. Sometimes, genes surprise us and create people with unique appearances.
Some get cool-looking moles, others have elven ears and multi-colored eyes. And some might even have an extra finger.
Heterochromia and mirrored makeup
Wow, heterochromia and you are good-looking. A genetic lottery winner…
“My son was born with a black spot of hair in his blonde hair. It grows in black, and there is no birthmark or discoloration under it.”
“No. Is not a pierced hole. I inherited it from my father (my brother also has it).”
It’s called the preauricular sinus.
“My eyelashes on my right eye started growing in white a few months ago.”
“At 40 years of age, I was diagnosed with vitiligo. Never be ashamed or embarrassed.”
“This is my sister’s eye. She has a condition called ’Coloboma.’”
“My girlfriend and my nephew have a very similar birthmark despite that they aren’t related at all.”
“Vitiligo made one of her brows white”
“Sectoral heterochromia! My left eye is my favorite eye.”
“I was born with poliosis and have never dyed my hair.”
“The bottom joint is higher in both of my thumbs”
“I have a teardrop-shaped birthmark perfectly placed under my right eye.”
“I have a rare genetic condition called distichiasis (a double row of eyelashes).”
No such thing as too many freckles
“A little bit double-jointed”
Anisocoria (unequal pupil sizes)
Most of Yulianna Yussef’s body is covered by a giant mole but she still became a model.