The Eskimo chin tattoo, also known as Chin Strap Tattoo or Chin Dagger, is an ancient form of body art used by the Inuit peoples of Alaska, Canada, and Greenland. It is a tattoo that runs along the jawline and is a symbolic form of expressing the wearer’s journey and honoring life’s milestones. Commonly used symbols in this tattoo style can represent life’s challenges, family, strength, and identity. The tattoo is seen as a marker or reminder of the wearer’s status in their society or family, as well as a physical reminder of the path to strength and rebirth. It is also thought to bring protection and defiance against enemies. For those from Inuit heritage, the chin tattoo has long been tied to their deep-rooted culture and beliefs, making it a timeless and symbolic expression of identity.