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tattooed heart studio new location

Four months have passed since our last update and us folks here at Painful Pleasures are wondering where the time went. We tearfully said goodbye to Lindsey in July so she could move back to her good ole’ home state of Massachusetts. For those who didn’t know her, she was our Wonder Woman receptionist who also provided News updates, blog articles, and so much more… hence the lack of recent updates. But as it goes, some doors will close and more will inevitably open. We've been working harder than ever getting all of your lovely orders out, putting up the hottest items in the market available for purchase, and bringing other exciting, new changes your way. If you’ve had time to check out our Blog, we’ve welcomed two new contributors. Eva Laflamme is known in the tattoo and blog world as The Tattoo Tourist and she’ll be sharing her zesty, tattoo related posts each week. Our other contributor is a person that some of you may already know or have spoken to, Dan Lorenzo. He is now the Director of Sales at Painful Pleasures and has some great ideas up his sleeve to bring you posts that you won’t want to miss out on.

In other exciting news, Painful Pleasures now has an awesome, new neighbor – Tattooed Heart Studios. These talented artists have moved from their old location in Glen Burnie, MD to the state-of-the-art facility upstairs in Hanover, MD. Take some time to check out what they’re about and look through the portfolios of the THS artists:  John F. Garancheski III, Paul Natale, and Amy Nicholls.