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Skin Deep - 11 Oct 2013 
Henna tattooing, usually applied before baptisms and marriages, is one of the few businesses dominated by women in the Sahel country. 
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September 21, 2013 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in... 
Niamey, Niger 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos at henna tattoo artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and... 
Niamey, Niger 
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey 
A man displays henna seeds in Niamey September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and colorants. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey, September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and... 
Niamey, Niger 
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey 
A man shows a henna plant in Niamey, September 21, 2013. Henna ink is made from crushed henna plant and colorants. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
Henna powder is seen in a can in Niamey September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $30 for henna tattoos... 
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Henna powder is seen in a can in Niamey 
Henna powder is seen in a can in Niamey September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
Henna pens are seen on the floor of henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey,... 
Niamey, Niger 
Henna pens are seen on the floor of henna tattoo artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey 
Henna pens are seen on the floor of henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey, Niger, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou pours henna ink into a pen at her house and studio in Niamey September... 
Niamey, Niger 
Henna tattoo artist Lamidou pours henna ink into a pen at her house and studio in Niamey 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou pours henna ink into a pen at her house and studio in Niamey September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou applies ink on a customer at her house and studio in Niamey, September... 
Niamey, Niger 
Henna tattoo artist Lamidou applies ink on a customer at her house and studio in Niamey 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou applies ink on a customer at her house and studio in Niamey, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A customer shows her unfinished henna tattoo at artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey,... 
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A customer shows her unfinished henna tattoo at artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey 
A customer shows her unfinished henna tattoo at artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A worker prepares coals in a clay pot at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in... 
Niamey, Niger 
A worker prepares coals in a clay pot at henna tattoo artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey 
A worker prepares coals in a clay pot at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey, Niger, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken eptember 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A woman bakes her henna tattoos in a clay pot to make them last longer at henna tattoo artist Salimatou... 
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A woman bakes her henna tattoos in a clay pot at henna tattoo artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey... 
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 September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos done in the Chadian style at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's... 
Niamey, Niger 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos at henna tattoo artist Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey 
A woman shows off her finished tattoos done in the Chadian style at henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou's house and studio in Niamey September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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September 21, 2013 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou applies ink to a customer at her house and studio in Niamey, September... 
Niamey, Niger 
Henna tattoo artist Lamidou applies ink to a customer at her house and studio in Niamey 
Henna tattoo artist Salimatou Lamidou applies ink to a customer at her house and studio in Niamey, September 20, 2013. In Niger, women pay up to $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 Sahel country. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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