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In most cases the Maori shows the true Polynesian hair, black and waved, not the lank straight hair of the American Indian. The frizzled hair sometimes seen is due to the Melanesian admixture. The Maori did not bleach his hair to a reddish hue by the use of lime as did the natives of some northern groups. Baldness was uncommon and excited derision. Men usually extracted hair on the face, as it obscured the close-set lines of tattoo.

In most cases the Maori shows the true Polynesian hair, black and waved, not the lank straight hair of the American Indian. The frizzled hair sometimes seen is due to the Melanesian admixture. The Maori did not bleach his hair to a reddish hue by the use of lime as did the natives of some northern groups. Baldness was uncommon and excited derision. Men usually extracted hair on the face, as it obscured the close-set lines of tattoo.

Kākahu (cloak weaving). Te Puia (Weaving School), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand

Kākahu (cloak weaving). Te Puia (Weaving School), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand

Beautiful people, everywhere. Just people, just beautiful.

Fascinantes Fotografías De Las Tribus Más Remotas Del Mundo. Antes De Que Desaparezcan

For working or fighting, Maori men wore only a breechcloth at the waist.    For formal occasions, men wore various kinds of cloaks and capes. They also wore ornaments around their necks and feathers or greenstone earrings in their ears. Men typically wore their hair in a top knot. They usually dye their bodies with a red dye made from ocher, which is a kind of iron.

For working or fighting, Maori men wore only a breechcloth at the waist. For formal occasions, men wore various kinds of cloaks and capes. They also wore ornaments around their necks and feathers or greenstone earrings in their ears. Men typically wore their hair in a top knot. They usually dye their bodies with a red dye made from ocher, which is a kind of iron.

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