We loved coloring books growing up, and this old man practically created one on his face. The traditional Japanese designs and fierce dragons make this one of the best face coloring books we've ever seen.
If you cut a doily in half, you too can have this unique design. We're not responsible though when your mom finds out you ruined her tea time. But in all honesty, who still uses doilies anymore? Consider yourself doing a favor for your poor outdated mom.
The Maori people have been tattooing themselves for centuries. In traditional Maori culture, people who did not have tattoos were seen as lower class. That is almost the opposite of how tattooed individuals are viewed in America.
Burma is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia. Men and women there get different tattoos representing different meanings. The Southern Chin women often had their faces tattooed to discourage them from being kidnapped.
Tattooing is also popular in Samoan culture. Not to be confused with the popular Girl Scout cookie samosa. Although after going through the painful process to have your face tattooed, you might need lots of cookies.