Who is Tessica Brown? Wiki, Bio, Tiktoker, Career, Video, Family, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Tessica Brown

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Tessica Brown TikToker with im_d_ollady user ID has become the Gorilla Glue trend on Twitter after using its products as hair spray for about a month.

Brown posted a video explaining his sticky condition on Wednesday evening, January 3rd.

She told her followers, “My hair has been like this for about a month,” she stated that it was not her choice. She explained that she liked to use an adhesive spray product called ass2b “to keep it in place” while styling her hair. In the video, her hair looks heavily sprayed on the top of her head and she has a long braid on her left side.

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

“Well, I didn’t have ass2b glue spray, so I used this,” he went on and showed the camera a can of Gorilla Glue spray glue. According to the product description on Gorilla Glue’s website Gorilla Tough, the label says it is “heavy-duty” and “creates a clear, permanent bond that is moisture resistant and can be used in both indoor and outdoor projects.”

“Bad, bad, bad idea,” says Brown.

“My hair is not moving,” he said as Brown touches his scalp, showing how hard his hair is. She states that she has washed her hair 15 times but still does not relax.

He ends his video with a warning to his followers. Holding the can of Gorilla Glue, she says, “If you run out of ass2b glue spray, never use it,” “if you don’t want your hair to be like that.”

Brown shared a follow-up video showing him trying to use shampoo to move the hair on Thursday morning. While fighting against tears, he can’t relax his hair and it is painful to watch.

@im_d_olladyIt don’t move I hate it here

♬ original sound – Tessica Brown

What can Tessica Brown do to get out of the sticky situation?

Several TikTokkers have tried to offer Brown solutions like soaking their hair in water and other ways like loosening the spray’s polished seal or even cutting her hair.

Take a look at Gorilla Glue’s FAQ for this particular spray, and if the product gets on your skin or body while it is still wet, it recommends that you “wipe the glue with a dry cloth and then wash the area with soap and water” to remove it. “Rinse thoroughly with water after it hardens.” However, Brown’s hair looked dry and firm before this method worked.

“We also saw the video, and we do not recommend using our products on hair because they are permanent,” a spokesperson for Gorilla Glue said in a statement. Said.

If anyone is using the product on the hair, “try soaking the affected area in warm soapy water or applying rubbing alcohol to the area,” the spokesperson said.

 

 

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