There is no doubt that Tessica Brown started off the year in a very memorable way when she earned the name “Gorilla Glue Girl.” However, it looks like she’s taking the lessons she’s learned and using them to launch her own line of hair care products.
She spoke with TMZ about her new business venture, which is “Forever Hair.” She told the site that she is looking to create products for those who have experienced hair damage and hair loss after her own personal experience. Some of the products she’ll be starting off with are hairspray, hair growth drops, and edge control.
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She reassured that, unlike the “Gorilla Glue” that she used on her hair earlier this year, her products will not have the same outcome and will easily wash out of your hair. As you all may remember back in February, Tessica took to social media looking for answers after she revealed that she used the “Gorilla Glue” adhesive on her hair after running out of the “Gots 2 Be” hairspray.
Her struggle with trying to get the glue removed from her hair instantly caused her to go viral, and she was able to raise thousands of dollars as she searched for a solution. She later received help from Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Michael Obeng, who performed a $12,500 procedure for free, and that eventually helped her hair return to its natural state.
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