In central heterochromia, there is a ring around the pupil or possibly spikes of different colors radiating from the pupil.

Central heterochromia is also an eye condition where there are two colors in the same iris; but the arrangement is concentric, rather than sectoral. The central (pupillary) zone of the iris is a different color than the mid-peripheral (ciliary) zone. Central heterochromia is more noticeable in irises containing low amounts of melanin.

Photo of left and right eye, taken under different light with no after photo edits/filters.