In some cultures, tattoos spot people as part of particular social, religious or political groupings. In the Maori civilization of New Zealand, the head is believed as the most imperative part of the human body. The face is adorned with detailed tattoos, which act as marks of superior status. Every tattoo drawing is distinctive to the person, as it expresses particular information about that individual's social position, ancestry and talents. Men are bestowed tattoos at different phases in their lives, and the adornments are designed to boost their attributes and make them more striking to prospective wives. Even though Maori women are also adorned by tattoos on their faces, the designs are contemplated around the mouth. The Maori community believes that tattoos around the chin and mouth can prevent the wrinkle of the skin and thus they could be able to live younger.