People who wear masks can use them as a disguise, as another identity, as something or someone they want to be or represent. Those who tattoo a mask may bring out the curiosity of others to know what is hidden or if there is something hidden in their personality.
The mask Hannya is one of the most popular when it comes to tattoos. Of Japanese origin, although it looks like a male face, the mask can actually represent men and women becoming the devil himself when they have strong feelings like passion, jealousy, resentment, and hatred.
Another type of mask widely used is the one related to the theatre arts. They represent love for the performing arts and all the associated emotions.
Masks African represent a disguise for the incorporation of spirits and the possibility of acquiring magical powers. They have a mystical and important meaning in African art and are also used in rituals and funerals.
The masks of ball represent mystery and disguise. O meaning can be very personal and different from what one imagines.
Meaning of Mask Tattoo:
- Japanese Culture
- African Culture
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