Mum And Sisters Of Gorilla Glue Woman Cut Off Hair In Support
Family members of Tessica Brown, the woman who went viral after using Gorilla Glue in her hair, have shaved their heads in a show of support.
Brown hit headlines after she shared a video on TikTok in which she admitted that she'd used the super-strength adhesive in her hair and it had set rock hard and refused to wash out.
Despite washing her hair '15 times' to try and get rid, the glue didn't budge and Tesscia took a trip to A&E, where medics cut off her ponytail and then used acetone to try and remove it but with no success.
After hearing her plight, a Los Angeles-based cosmetic surgeon stepped in and offered his services for free, which Brown gratefully took.
Thanks to the procedure, she's glue-free but is now sporting a much more closely cropped 'do - but in a sweet sign of solidarity her mum and sisters have also shaved their heads.
Mum Jessica Brown and her sisters Juanita Brown, Jamie Sino, Erica Brown and Rose Hayes posed for photos showing off their newly cut hair.
After her story went worldwide, some social media users accused Brown of putting the glue in her hair to go viral, but she's strongly denied this and says she only made the TikTok video to genuinely reach out for help.
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Speaking to The New York Post, 40-year-old Brown said: "Me and my fiancé, we was just about to leave. We was going to the lake so I knew I couldn't deal with those flyaways. It wasn't gonna work, not on the lake.
"So I mean, I went to go spray the Got2B Glue and air came out of it. So now I'm looking around the whole house I'm trying to find something, you know, for these flyaways.
"I ran in the kitchen, ran past the refrigerator and there was the Gorilla Glue spray, you know, on top of the refrigerator.
"So I'm like, 'You know what? I could use this, and as soon as I come home I can take it off...' you know, wash it out."
She added: "It did not come out. Like, the water was dripping off of it, like it was a shower curtain. It was bad business.
"I was scared to even call my mama. I didn't call my mama for like a week... after we tried everything, that's what made me go to social media."
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