Despite the viral failure when a TicTac customer put gorilla glue on her hair, another person made the same mistake.
Tessica Brown recently made headlines when she used gorilla glue spray glue to fix her hair, which lasted more than a month. But her condition did little to stop his Reyes hair from sticking out.
In a video that aired over the weekend, a Tic Tac toe user noticed that her hair was not moving when she tried to comb through the tangled locks. In the following videos, Reese goes to the hospital for help. The staff did not know how to handle the situation and advised her to use tea tree oil, olive oil or coconut oil to try to remove the glue.
“I am going to the hospital right now. My scalp is burning. I have to go to the hospital to get out of that gorilla glue. I do not know what to do. I tried to wash it off, but it didn’t come out. “
Customer TickTalk tried to apply coconut oil to her hair but could not remove the glue. She set up a GoFundme page so people could “help her overcome the gorilla glue situation”, telling her that she could have an operation to remove the substance. Most of the videos show her attempts to brush or wash her hair, though the glue refused to bud.
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While many TickTalk users have tried to answer the question of why Reese used glue on her hair, some suggest that this was a sham attempt to attract attention after Tessica’s ordeal. One video, however, shows Reese saying she “accidentally” put glue on her hair.
After appealing to his followers for help, Reese later announced that he had received enough donations to fund surgery to remove the glue. A generous man donated $ 3,000, after which Reese responded to say thank you. Reese said she plans to travel to Los Angeles for the operation, but did not say when she planned the trip.