Indigenous tattoos are generally noted for their figures and colors, representing a free, adventurous and wild spirit. Most choose large designs, covering much of the arms, legs, or back.
Tattoos of indigenous faces are often accompanied by other details. Some examples are ferocious animals, large feathers, spears, and arrows.
In this image you can see the face of an Indian woman, with strong features. It highlights the voluptuous lips and tribal lines that cross the cheekbones and nose. In addition, three colored feathers are visible, very characteristic of this culture.
The tattoo shows the profile of an indigenous child, with sweet features and accessories typical of their rituals. In addition, it should be noted that this image together with the drawing of a toucan alludes to its jungle provenance.