Update 02/08/2021 2:35pm:
It was recently reported that Tessica Brown—the woman who got gorilla glue stuck in her after using it as a substitute for hair spray, took a trip to the emergency room to get the substance removed. However, that trip was not a success, as the substance turned gooey but hardened back up after healthcare workers put acetone on her scalp.
Brown reportedly spent 22 hours in the ER, and the staff was unable to help her in the way she wanted. Now, reports surfaced noting that Brown has hired a lawyer and is considering legal action against the brand because the label on the product she used doesn’t mention not to use the glue on her hair, which she feels is misleading. Stay tuned for more updates.
Update 02/07/2021 11:43am:
Previously, it was reported that Gorilla Glue responded to a woman named Tessica Brown, who went viral after she put Gorilla Glue spray in her hair as a substitute for regular hair spray. Now, photos and footage of Brown at the emergency room have surfaced.
Brown posted photos of herself in the emergency room along with teary-eyed emojis on Instagram. Along with that, she showed a white cream-like substance in her hair over the gorilla glue that has been stuck in place for the last month. There has been no word on if professionals were able to remove the gorilla glue from the young woman’s head. Stay tuned for more updates.
Update 02/06/2021 2:29pm:
Previously, a woman went viral after she reportedly revealed that she used Gorilla Glue spray in place of a hairspray substitute. The woman noted that her hairstyle remained stuck almost a month after using the spray, and that she has tried to wash her hair numerous times to no avail. Now, Gorilla Glue has responded to the woman’s viral video.
The brand responded to a repost of the video via Twitter, and explained the way their products should be used. Gorilla Glue said “Hi there, we are sorry to learn about your experience! We do not recommend using our products in hair as they are considered permanent. You can try soaking the affected area in warm, soapy water or applying rubbing alcohol to the area.” Since then, the brand issued a statement saying rubbing alcohol may be a solution to the woman’s issue, and wished her the best. Take a look above.
Original 02/05/2021 2:07am:
In a now-viral video, TikTok user Im_D_Ollady—real name Tessica Brown warned viewers to stay away from Gorilla Glue spray when in need of a hairspray substitute.
Brown explained how she turned to Gorilla Glue when she ran out of hairspray but after weeks of washing, her hair remained stuck in the original hairstyle. “Hey, y’all. For those of you that know me know that my hair has been like this for about a month now. It’s not by choice. No, it’s not by choice,” said Brown. “When I do my hair, I like to finish it off with a little Göt2b Glued Spray, you know, just to keep it in place. Well, I didn’t have any more göt2b Glued Spray, so I used this: Gorilla Glue spray. Bad, bad, bad idea.”
“My hair, it don’t move. You hear what I’m telling you? It. Don’t. Move.” She went on to demonstrate just how immovable her hair was as a result of applying the adhesive. "I’ma tell y’all like this: If you ever, ever run out of Göt2b Glued Spray, don’t ever use this. Unless you want your hair to be like that forever.”