The extraordinary Burmese custom of facial tattoos began in the 11th century when some young maiden girls tattooed -- and essentially disfiguring their faces -- to protect them from slavery by the ruling princes.

The extraordinary Burmese custom of facial tattoos began in the 11th century when some young maiden girls tattooed — and essentially disfiguring their faces — to protect them from slavery by the ruling princes.

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