Snake men crossing the Huli men in Papua New Guinea in the Highlands at Mount Hagen festival singsing.
The men with wigs are the members of the Huli tribe. It is the most famous tribe of Papua New Guinea. They are called like that because they make wigs from their hair. They live close to Tari city in the center of the Papua New Guinea on the top of the Highlands. Most of the Hulis live a modern life and some live a traditional life.
For their singsings (the local names for the big events) the men come back to their indigenous customs. For these occasions, even the city of Tari is suddenly filled with aborigines dressed in short skirts and traditional wigs richly decorated with feathers. They paint their faces, usually with yellow, red, and white decorations like you can see on the picture. Hulis are warriors. wedding collections With Lace Appliques in knee length