Maori mask temporary tattoo 8cm
Temporary maori tattoo representing a polynesian tribal warrior mask. The tiki is a symbol that represents a half-god half-human being. It has the power to feel and drive out evil. It symbolizes power and masculinity. It is also a good luck charm that protects its wearer from dangers and evil spirits.
1 temporary tattoo tribal mask 8*8cm.
Maori temporary tattoo
In Tahitian, Maori means "in confidence", "Come, be welcome". In the Maori tradition (the whole Polynesian triangle: from New Zealand to Easter Island, passing through Hawaii, Tahiti, the Marquesas, Fiji, Samoa, all the islands, archipelagos, atolls of the South Pacific...!), the symbolism is rich and fascinating... and quite different from ours.
The tattoo is a distinction that must be earned and each tattoo is unique, telling the life of the person who wears it.
The tattooed designs that adorn the face of men and the chin of women are called Moko and were symbols of spirituality; they represented for the tribes that did not have writing, a way to display their social status and much more.
Symbol of strength, resistance, perseverance and struggle, the warrior has always been associated with values that allow us to overcome the obstacles, difficulties and adversities that appear in our daily lives. The warrior is a good way to represent the constant struggle to meet new challenges.
How to apply your temporary tattoo
Tattoo decal to be applied with a wet cloth by a strong pressure on the skin. Remove with body oil.
Your tribal mask tattoo
Dimension of the motive: 8 * 8 cm on the skin.
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