She is. She is identical to my Honey. I've never noticed red eyes on Honey, but she doesn't have white irises either, so maybe I'm just not seeing her properly, but her eyes look completely black to me.
"The bird of paradise alights only upon the hand that does not grasp." ~ John Berry
A creamino is another name for a yellow face albino and would have red eyes like a normal albino. If your bird's eyes are black it is either a yellow face double factor spangle or a yellow face dark eyed clear
They still look black to me. She must be a dark eyed clear. Does the clear stand for clearwing?
The clear stands for the absence of body colour leaving the bird either white or yellow. A dark eyed clear will not develop iris rings and the males do not develop a blue cere. They are a combination of recessive pied and clearflight pied.
If a black eyed white, or yellow, bird develops iris rings, or if male develops a blue cere, it is a double factor spangle. They are produced by pairing 2 spangles together