Temporary drawings or tattoos that can be seen on the face of an Ashaninka or Yanesha woman are made of natural pigments and have an ornamental function.The very similar symbology between the two ethnic groups generally represents natural elements and its use varies according to different factors, for example the sun we see on the woman’s forehead in the image represents a sunny day, so on a gloomy day it can not be used. In the book we meet different symbols and their explanation.