Living deep in the mountains of Chin State in western Myanmar are groups of tribal women for whom facial tattoos are a sign of beauty. Mount Victoria, the highest peak in Chin State, is home to the Munn and Dai tribes, both with their own recognisable facial inkings. Munn women have a series of small, interlinked rings, arranged in a half-moon, tattooed from the cheeks down to the neck, and the Dai women have their entire faces covered in dots.

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