Gorilla Glue Girl OR

Gorilla Glue Girl OR

Gorilla Glue Girl


Today, I am going to review a powerful glue girl product that has been a staple in my craft store for years. There is no shortage of glue at my store, nor is there a shortage of customers with broken items to glue. This particular product has a few interesting properties and comes with some packaging to make it an even easier purchase, as well as a lifetime guarantee that all customers can trust.



"Chemicals used to remove the glue from her hair this year interacted with the dye, causing her mane to melt."

"Gorilla Glue Girl," aka. Tessica Brown, who went viral when she used Gorilla Glue in her hair instead of hairspray earlier this year, just had another hair mishap — and this time doctors are using stem cells to help save her hair. (Source: www.teenvogue.com



Enter Dr. Michael Obeng, a plastic surgeon who has a private practice in Beverly Hills. After figuring out what was most likely to undo the damage — he went with medical-grade adhesive remover, aloe vera, olive oil and a dash of acetone — Obeng offered to perform the $12,500 procedure for free, with TMZ taping the results.

In the song, Brown raps about how her glued hair wouldn't move despite washing it many times and how she posted on TikTok in search of advice. She also recalls traveling to Los Angeles to visit the plastic surgeon Michael K. Obeng, whom she said fixed her hair for free. (Source: www.insider.com)


"So I had to look at the ingredients, the main components of Gorilla Glue," Dr. Obeng told PEOPLE. We mixed the different components just to make sure that it will work, and also not harm the skin. You know, a lot of people can take out glue, but the question is, how can you safely take out glue, and not break skin. And as somebody with extensive background in reconstruction, I was very well versed in that."

Cast your mind back to February – trigger warning: lockdown – when the pubs were closed, and all we had to entertain ourselves was TikTok. One particularly gripping story shared on the app came from Tessica Brown – more widely known as Gorilla Glue Girl. Brown went viral after using the adhesive as a substitute to her regular hairspray. After the glue wouldn’t wash out, Brown had to have a four-hour procedure to get it surgically removed. (Source: www.dazeddigital.com)



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