Among the most famous and popular tribal tattoos are definitely those belonging to the Maori people, a native tribe indigenous to New Zealand. For them, the tattoos is considered sacred, it symbolizes the passage from youth to adulthood.
The young boy who becomes a man will begin a tattoo, and will add another part every time his life has some meaning until the time of his death. For Maori, the most sacred part of the body is the head, and it is in this place that the tattoos are made with more precision, especially for warriors.
The implementation does not require the use of needles, using chisels derived from bones to affect the skin by injecting colors that derive exclusively from natural products, such as soot are used.