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Woman who sprayed hair with Gorilla Glue debuts new look after surgery

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Tessica Brown’s tresses are finally free, after previously styling her hair with Gorilla Glue and tangling herself into a sticky situation when the product wouldn’t budge. The Louisiana woman went viral on social media for documenting her struggles to remove it, but only found relief following a successful procedure with a plastic surgeon in Los Angeles.

Now Brown — probably feeling brand-new — has debuted a sleek new look to start fresh. On Sunday, the 40-year-old visited a local barbershop in her home state for a trim and style, TMZ reports. The makeover at Below Zero in Violet was said to be free of charge, as the professionals empathized with her now-viral plight.

Tessica Brown has finally found relief following a successful surgery and has debuted a sleek new look, pictured, to start fresh.
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DOCTOR TALKS RISKS OF GORILLA GLUE, ADHESIVES ON HAIR, SKIN AMID TESSICA BROWN STORY

Earlier in February, Brown admitted that her hair had been frozen in place for over a month after she sprayed her hair with the ultra-strong adhesive. The original TikTok clip in which she announced the hairy situation has since been viewed over 35 million times.

During a four-hour procedure on Feb. 11, Dr. Michael Obeng used a special solution to lift the polyurethane-based product. As seen in footage shared by the outlet, Brown cried when she touched her tresses and wished she hadn’t cut her ponytail off.

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The Louisiana woman was met with an outpouring of support while documenting her struggles with the super-strong glue on the internet, with thousands donating to an online fundraiser organized on her behalf. As of Tuesday morning, over $23,000 has been raised – but Brown is paying it forward.

According to TMZ, the woman once known “Gorilla Glue girl” plans to donate $20,000 of the sum to her new friend Obeng’s Restore Foundation. The nonprofit provides specialized plastic and reconstructive surgery for those in need around the world.

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