The FTS Tribal “Neck Tat” Airbrush Tattoo Stencils Full Set Makes BELIEVABLE temporary airbrush tattoos possible!
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This tribal neck design was one of our first offerings back in 2012. We call it the O.G. Tribal and we are proud to bring it back by popular demand. The design begins with the center piece and then mirrors its way out to the shoulders. The coolest thing about this set is that you can use it in any way or layout you want, in most areas of the body. In other words, this doesn’t have to be just a neck tat. We’ve used these stencil designs together and separately in tribal tattoos for years. Use our diagram layout or use your own! It’s all up to you. Just remember to have fun with it!
Maori and Polynesian style tattoos hold great cultural and social significance. For Maori, tattoos, or “tā moko,” represented status, rank, and personal achievements. The intricate designs were unique to each individual and were created using a chisel and mallet to carve into the skin.
Maori and Polynesian tattoos are culturally and socially significant. Maori tattoos symbolized status, rank, and achievements, and were made using a chisel and mallet. Polynesian tattoos were applied with a comb-like tool and honored gods, ancestors, and identity. Both tattoos express cultural heritage, identity, and spirituality.
Today, Maori and Polynesian tattoos are valued for their cultural significance and personal expression. They serve as a visible reminder of cultural history and are popular worldwide, representing cultural exchange and appreciation. These tattoos are important to their communities as a symbol of cultural and social identity.