Brookline Tattoo Artist Takes Second on 'Ink Master'
Sarah Miller, owner of Wyld Chyld Tattoo on Brookline Boulevard, took second place during the finale of Spike TV's "Ink Master."
Second place is nothing to scoff at when you're competing nationally, and for that reason, Pittsburgh has another reason to be proud.
Tattoo artist Sarah Miller, owner of Wyld Chyld Tattoo on Brookline Boulevard, took second place on Spike TV's tattoo competition reality series "Ink Master" on Tuesday evening.
Miller was a contestant on the second season of "Ink Master." The series finale—a live, two-hour special—aired on Spike TV on Tuesday.
The title of Ink Master went to artist Steve Tefft of Groton, Conn., who also wins $100,000 and a feature in Inked Magazine.
To see what Sarah's been up to this season, check out the "Ink Master" page on the Spike TV website.
For even more info about Sarah and Wyld Chyld Tattoo, check out the Wyld Chyld Pittsburgh Facebook page.