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These fun loving girls are selling necklaces to tourists. The 'makeup' they're wearing is called thanaka. Almost all Burmese women wear it almost all the time.

Thanaka is a tree (Limonia acidissima) and you can buy the dried branches at any market. Women grind the stems with water into a fine powder and apply it to their faces. It protects their skin from the strong tropical sun. They also think it's a mark of beauty. Some believe it prevents acne. And I imagine some use it merely because everyone else does.