Tessica Brown (Gorilla Glue Girl) Biography: Wiki, Age, Career, Hair, im_d_ollady, Viral Video Full Details

Who is Tessica Brown? Tessica Brown Bio/Wiki

On February 4, TikTok user Tessica Brown’s video detailing how she mistakenly used Gorilla Glue to style her hair went viral.

On February 3, Brown originally posted the TikTok video under the handle im d ollady as a tip to others not to attempt to use the intense adhesive spray of Gorilla Glue instead of regular hair spray. “Bad, bad, bad idea,” says Brown.

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In a viral video that has been viewed more than 11.5 million times, Tessica Brown, who is known as @im d ollady on TikTok and is thought to be from the US, shocked social media users when she opened up about her beauty conundrum.

@im_d_ollady♬ original sound – faouzia

Gorilla Glue Viral Video Full Details

In the video, during which her hair appears to be in a very tight side part with a long braid on her left side, Brown tells her followers, “My hair don’t move. It don’t move. I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it doesn’t move! My hair has been like this for about a month now.”

@im_d_olladyStiff where????? Ma hair 🤬🤬♬ original sound – Tessica Brown

Brown states that she usually uses a glue spray product called göt2bb as to why she grabbed Gorilla Glue. She says, showing to the viewers a can of Gorilla Glue spray, “just to keep it in place… Well, I didn’t have any göt2b glue spray, so I used this, “So if you ever run out of göt2b glue spray, don’t ever, ever use this, unless you want your hair to be like that.”

@im_d_olladyIt don’t move I hate it here♬ original sound – Tessica Brown

Brown posted a follow-up video of the state of her hair on February 4. Brown brushes her hair with shampoo while almost in tears and somehow can’t get her slicked-back ponytail to budge.

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Gorilla Glue Spray Out of Tessica Brown’s Hair Details

Viewers were utterly puzzled by Brown’s error on all social media sites, as many people were not even aware that Gorilla Glue came in the form of a spray adhesive.

Fortunately, on Thursday, the official Gorilla Glue company commented on Brown’s initial viral video. The TikTok of Gorilla Glue wrote, “Use some rubbing alcohol, water in a spray bottle, a hair dryer and a comb. But since you’ve had it like that for a month, your hair could be damaged.”

A spokesperson for Gorilla Glue told Newsweek, “We saw the video as well, and we do not recommend using our products in hair, as they are considered permanent.”

If someone makes a mistake like Brown, “try soaking the affected area in warm, soapy water or applying rubbing alcohol to the area.”

Gorilla Glue suggests those who unintentionally spray the adhesive spray on their skin under the FAQ segment for the item to “wipe off as much adhesive as possible with a dry cloth. When the majority of the adhesive has been removed, wash skin with soap and warm water.”

Gorilla Glue Girl Goes To The Hospital To Get Her Hair Treated

Tessica Brown is seeking medical treatment at the hospital, a month after using Gorilla Glue to replace her hairspray.

 

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