Taking a risk after the company she was working for shut down, a mother who wears black leather pants and high heels opened a two needle tattoo shop. Rebecca Santana reports on how Tallinn's first tattoo studio is still going strong. Not too many daughters would recommend that their mom open up a tattoo shop, but that is exactly what Alla Pohilko's daughter recommended she do. Three years later, the business is booming. Pohilko is the self-described Chief of M.A.X., the first tattoo studio to open in Estonia since the end of the Soviet Union in 1991. M.A.X. studio is two flights up from the...
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