The history Hawaiian tattoos and body art goes back thousands of years. In the 90 years of the last century they became again popular around the world, along with other tattoos in tribal style.
Hawaii are part of the Polynesian Islands, where there are elements of Maori culture and Samoa, and each is rich in its traditions of tattoo. Even the Hawaiians had a God of Tattooing. Each member of the community was done in a unique tattoo, then in the temple said prayers dedicated to this event.
Hawaiian tattoos are mainly black. Ink made from a mixture of Kukui nuts and sugarcane juice.