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Formerly the girls in Chin State, Myanmar tattooed face to not to be enslaved for kings but now these tattoos are seen as a measure of their beauty.
Mount Victoria is the highest peak in the state of Chin, and is homeland of the Dai and Munn ethnic group. They have the same characteristics as the ink tattoo on their face and see it as a sign of beauty.
This particular tradition began in the 11th century, when the maidens tattooed themselves, change the face so as not to become slaves or cruel kings arrest.
The tattoos are made of needles and ink made from soot, cow bile, some plants and lard. There are women tattooed full-face but others may just tattoo some basic contours.