A woman bakes her henna tattoos in a clay pot to make them last longer at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou’s house and studio in Niamey yesterday. In Niger, women pay up to US$30 for henna tattoos on their hands and feet. Henna tattoos are generally done before attending baptisms and marriages, and it is one of the few businesses dominated by women in the country.Sep 22, 2013
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