3 days agoHow a centuries old makeup tradition is bringing comfort to Rohingya Muslim women in refugee campsIn photos: The centuries old makeup tradition bringing comfort to Rohingya women and girls in refugee camps independent_brand_ident_LOGOUntitledIn photos: The centuries old makeup tradition bringing comfort to Rohingya women and girls in refugee campsSwirls of yellow paste made from ground tree bark decorate the cheeks of Rohingya Muslim women and girls in the refugee camps of southern Bangladesh. Thanaka, a type of sun protection that dates back centuries, is a common sight on the faces of the women, who say the use of the traditional cooling paste helps bring a sense of normality to their difficult lives in the camps. “The makeup is my hobby, and it’s our tradition,” says Juhara Begum, 13, who arrived in Cox’s Bazar in September last year after fleeing a military attack on her village in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
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