How to make your eye pink?

Are you the type of person who wants to stand out from the crowd? Are you tired of being just like everyone else with their boring brown or blue eyes? Well, look no further because I have found a surefire way to make your eye pink. Yes, you heard that right – PINK!

But before we get started, let me warn you that this is not for the faint of heart. This process involves some serious dedication and maybe even a little pain. However, if you’re willing to take on the challenge then follow my lead, and let’s transform those dull peepers into something spectacular!

Prepare Yourself

First things first preparation is key! Before we dive into making your eyes pink there are a few essential steps that need to be taken:

Consult an Ophthalmologist

Since we’re dealing with our precious eyeballs here, it’s best to consult with an ophthalmologist beforehand. They will help determine whether attempting to alter your iris color could put your eyes at risk.

Have Patience

Rome wasn’t built in a day as they say…and neither are pink eyes! You must exercise patience throughout this entire process as results aren’t immediate.

Take Painkillers (Optional)

This part can be excruciatingly painful depending on one’s threshold for discomfort. Just keep in mind what sounds worse: taking medicine or having permanent damage done due to lack thereof?

Tools Required

Now onto picking up some essential tools:

1. Bleach: A strong cleaning agent which removes color by oxidizing/dissolving organic pigments such as melanin.

2. Hydrogen Peroxide: Stronger than bleach and commonly used in hair dyes but not preferred due its unpredictability.

3. Irritant Chemicals: Such chemicals will inflame eye tissue so choose one at own discretion since side effects may occur.

The Process

Without further ado, let’s dive into the juicy part. Making your eye pink is a multi-step process and requires some serious dedication to pull off:

Step 1: Acquire all necessary items.

As mentioned earlier bleach (diluted) , hydrogen peroxide(no higher than 6%) and an irritant chemical are among the few must-haves for this procedure.

Step 2: Protect Your Skin

Be sure to apply petroleum jelly around the eyes to prevent exposure of chemicals since safety comes first!

Step 3: Dilute Bleach in a Small Amount of Water

Since bleach is too harsh directly applied onto our precious peepers; mix it with water making it less intense on eyes while still maintaining sufficient potency.

Step 4: Use Eye Dropper To Apply Solution Directly On Iris

Now that you have diluted bleach solution take an eyedropper and a small brush then add two drops/brushfuls each time gradually increasing quantity used until desired level achieved. Be very careful not to over saturate or cause any discomfort while applying this mixture onto iris area only as damage may arise if caution isn’t exercised properly during distribution throughout ocular region.

Step 5: Rinse With Warm Salt Water After Ten Seconds Of Application Time

Quick aftercare step that reduces irritation from possible residue left by irritating solution Used in previous stage. Simply put salt warm water into droppers/bulbs then use them or pour solution into your eyes(optional but works).


After rinsing, wait at least four hours before continuing process again as rest periods will improve overall results.

Intermission – Take A Break!

Whew! That was quite a bit of work so far…I need to grab something refreshing!

And Now We Move Forward…

We’ve covered most of what needs done thus far, so here’s how to finish the process:

Step 6: Apply Hydrogen Peroxide To Eyes

Hydrogen peroxide is an essential component for people who really want pink eyes. Unlike bleach, when applied on its own it has unpredictable results but after bleaching then adding hydrogen peroxide one will get reliable results.

Diluted sixteen percent fluid can be applied as before with Eye dropper and small brush but care must be taken not leave any residue behind so wash thoroughly afterwards using warm salt water again if necessary.

Step 7: Endure The Pain And Wait It Out!

This stage might prove to be uncomfortable or even excruciating, no pain no gain right? Be brave! Let the chemical seep into your iris over a day-night cycle time frame…but endure your way through that burning sensation and do not apply any other product during this processing phase.

Step 8: Reflect On Your Accomplishments!

You’ve made it this far! After washing off remaining residual chemicals from previous steps you’ll now see (with wider than usual pupils) the beautiful delicate pink of Bloodshot Conjunctivitis also called “Pink Eye”.Done.

Congratulations You’ve Made A Pink Eye!!

Although there are certainly easier ways to alter your eye color than undergoing such a complex procedure; putting yourself in danger just for vanity is never advisable.
As such whilst resting those newly acquired blood-red orbs here’s some food for thought…

It takes mere seconds nowadays for someone photograph or apply filters completely changing reality we view…so why go through all that risky effort?

Whether you came across this post seeking prank tricks or had genuine curiosity about such procedures, I hope my humorous take on altering irises brought laughter fun into otherwise pretty serious topic.

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