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Portrait of an elderly long-haired man, Krahô indigenous people, body painting with urucum, Tocantins State, Brazil. Urucum is the Tupi name ( red color ) for Achiote ( Bixa orellana ), a shrub or small tree originating from the tropical region of the Americas. Central and South American natives originally used the seeds to make red body paint and lipstick.