At the end of the rainy season in September, Wodaabe clans gather in several traditional locations, before the beginning of their dry season migration. The best known of these is In-Gall's Cure Salée salt market, and Tuareg seasonal festival. Here the young Wodaabe men, with elaborate make-up, feathers, and other adornments, perform the Yaake: dances, and songs, to impress marriageable women. The male beauty ideal of the Wodaabe stresses tallness, white eyes, and teeth; the men will often roll their eyes, and show their teeth to emphasize these characteristics. Wodaabe clans then join for the remainder of the week-long Guérewol, a series of barters over marriage and contests, where the young men's beauty and skills are judged by young women.