Tattoo dots under the eyes are a form of body art traditionally seen among Indigenous cultures, particularly in South America. They are meant to protect against negative energy and can be seen in many cultures, such as the Maori in New Zealand, the Xhosa in South Africa, and the Wixárika people in Mexico. The dots signify an enlargement of the spiritual vision and connection to ancestral wisdom. It is used as a form of protection against any harm that can be seen or unseen. The tattoos vary in size and shape and can be filled with a variety of colors to represent different meanings in different cultures. For example, the Maori traditionally use these dots as spiritual markers. They not only represent a person’s spirituality, but also serve as a connection to one’s ancestry.