Dual-colored eyes, and vitiligo? Amazing. I agree with all of the other comments below it's just... there are little to no pieces of featured art wherein the individuals have different tones of skin--and by different tones I mean, something of this nature. It's... exceptionally beautiful. I do not have vitiligo myself, but I know people who do, and how brave they are every single day to be so confident about it, in a society that often tends to see their condition as "other." My sister has tinea versicolor. It's a fungus in the skin that manifests itself, on my sister, in white spots on the skin (kind of like "sun spots") and comes and goes usually seasonally. It's worse because she lives in a really humid area by the ocean in Southern California. Unlike vitiligo it's easily treatable with an anti-fungal cream, or, actually... dandruff shampoo lol. But it's not curable. It inevitably returns, and sometimes if she doesn't have time to sit with the dandruff shampoo it can cover her entire torso and parts of her arms. Being that she lives by the ocean and her skin is a lot tanner than most, the white spots really stand out.
But, she's a physical trainer, and often wears yoga pants and a sports bra as her work attire, and she has no problem explaining what the spots are--and is not self-conscious about it at all (at least anymore). I don't usually comment much on this site, only when I feel truly inspired to, and this picture has done that to me. So thank you for this beautiful, beautiful piece.