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Earlier this year, Tessica's hair was locked down tight for days after she applied Gorilla Glue as DIY hairspray, until she finally was able to cut most of it out after a lengthy process.
She's been recovering ever since and she thought it would be nice to dye her locks after noticing a few grey hairs.
However, it's clear the strands were were still delicate from the Gorilla Glue incident and Tessica says her hair is now falling out.
She's posted a video to TikTok showing massive clumps are easily pulled from her noggin.
Tessica said her hair felt like it was melted when she would put a brush through it.
Instead of getting her hair professionally dyed (which can cost hundreds of dollars), Tessica went with a home kit.
According to TMZ, Tessica knew something was wrong when she felt a burning sensation on her scalp during the process.
While that isn't an immediate indication that the dye job is going badly, Tessica got the feeling that she might be in trouble.
It wasn't until she finished the job and jumped in the shower that she noticed her hair was falling out in massive clumps.
She says she's 'over' having her hair being so troubled and stressed and TMZ says she will soon be flying to Los Angeles to get a 'stem cell and PRP treatment on her scalp'.
People commenting on her TikTok video urged her to just leave her hair alone for a bit until it recovers from the Gorilla Glue incident earlier this year.
Speaking to The New York Post, Tessica recalled the situation that sparked her viral moment.
She 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 sitting 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."
Hopefully her hair gets fixed soon and she can get some reprieve.