Huli Wigman, Papua New Guinea פפואה גינאה החדשה www.papua-by-raz.co.il/papua
Papua New Guinea, the worlds second largest island, after Greenland located in the southwest Pacific Ocean. It lies to the east of the Malay Archipelago, with which it is sometimes included as part of a greater Indo-Australian Archipelago.
Snake men crossing the Huli men. Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing The men-with-wigs are the members of the Huli tribe. It is the most famous famous tribe of Papua New Guinea. They are called like that because they make wigs from their hair. They live close to Tari city in the center of the Papua New Guinea on the top of the Highlands.
Pare, a young Maori woman with moko (facial tattoo). She is wearing a feather cloak further adorned with peacock feathers. Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington, 1900
New Zealand | "Tenakeo" Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown. From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.
Mary Mahau, a Maori woman from Hawkes Bay district
Maori woman from the Hawkes Bay district, taken on 3 December 1897 by Samuel Carnell of Napier. #Maori
Mana Wahine: The Female Moko in Māori Culture
Portrait of Pikau Teimana of Putaruru, wearing a piupiu and with the words "Aohau Taute" tattooed on her right arm, taken ca 1910 by an unknown photographer. She wears two huia feathers in her hair, and two pendants in the shape of fish around her neck.