Dot tattoos under the eyes are believed to have originated with specific groups in certain cultures, most notably traditional Aboriginal Australian culture and some forms of Chinese culture. In Aboriginal Australian culture, dot tattoos under the eyes represent wisdom and protection and are believed to provide spiritual guidance and protection from evil spirits and bad luck. In some forms of Chinese culture, dot tattoos may have been used to represent knowledge and strength. Today, dot tattoos under the eyes have become popularized in many cultures and have developed a variety of meanings. For some, it may symbolize power, strength, and wisdom, while for others, it may symbolize intuition and insight, or the importance of living in the present moment. For many, the dots may also be seen as a form of body art which can be used to express individual beliefs and life experiences.