A 40-year-old Louisiana woman used gorilla glue on her hair instead of a hair spray. As a consequence, she had to seek medical assistance. Her hair was recovering Wednesday after undergoing a special procedure to have the glue removed from her hair.
Tessica Brown from Louisiana is an avid TikTok user. Her video made headlines after posting a Tiktok Video about her hair. She revealed that her hair has stuck about a month after using Gorilla Glue Spray Adhesive. On Wednesday morning she immediately flew out to California and then immediately went to the plastic surgeon Dr. Micheal Obeng to remove the glue from her hair and scalp.
Plastic Surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng to endure what is expected to be a three-hour procedure to remove glue from her hair and scalp.
After seeing Tessica Brown’s story online, Obeng reached out with an offer a performing surgery to remove the glue. The glue is removed using the special chemical treatment. Normally the procedure would cost about $12,000 but Obeng offered to do it for free. However, Brown able to remove the glue with a recovery period of two to three months.
Why Tessica Brown Used Gorilla Glue?
If accidentally you got superglue on your skin. Just imagine how hard will to get off. Now it’s a spray, how hard it is to get off. Sadly what happened to Tessica Brown? Sadly, this happened to Tessica Brown. Since she had dubbed the ‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ after she made the fateful mistake.
Tessica Brown Used Gorilla Spray, after running out from Got2B Glued Hairspray. As Got2B Glued spray is a popular freeze blast spray. She grabs the Gorilla glue Spray because of a moisture-resistant clear and the permanent-bond adhesive. She thinks both sprays have the same effects. Hence she realized her mistake and share the problem on Tiktok. 18 million people have watched her video on Tiktok so she dubs the Gorilla Glue Girl.
What Tessica Brown does get out of the situation?
Brown shared that she had washed her hair about 15 times but the glue does not move. On TikTok, many users suggested numerous solutions like soaking the hair in the water, loosening the spray’s polished seal, or even cutting her hair. She even used baby oil, cooking oil, and shampoo but nothing worked. So, She suggested through Tiktok that don’t use Gorilla Spray unless if you want to make your hair like this forever.
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On Instagram, Gorilla Glue Company released a statement offering its sympathies for the Tessica Brown situation. Adding they’re glad to see her recent video that Miss Brown received medical treatment and wish her the best.
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