The woman who went viral after spraying Gorilla Glue in her hair will meet with a plastic surgeon in the hopes of saving her hair.
Tessica Brown received a generous offer from Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng, who says he can save her hair in a lengthy procedure.
Brown will fly Wednesday to Louisiana -- an all expenses paid trip -- to have the procedure done, TMZ reports.
Dr. Obeng estimates it will take 2 or 3 days to completely eliminate the superglue from her scalp.
Brown went viral after she published a TikTok video complaining that her hair was stiff as a board after using Gorilla Glue adhesive spray as holding hairspray.
Sources tell TMZ that Brown spent 22 hours in the emergency room at St. Bernard Parish Hospital, in Chalmette, Louisiana, where staff used acetone, the ingredient in nail polish remover, in a failed attempt to remove the superglue.
Dr. Obeng tells TMZ he feels sorry for Tessica, and he's performing the expensive procedure free of charge. The estimated cost for the procedure is $12,500.
Brown also met with an attorney to discuss her legal options against the Gorilla Glue manufacturer.
Gorilla Glue issued a statement after Brown's story went viral.
"We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that Miss Brown experienced using our Spray Adhesive on her hair. We are glad to see in her recent video that Miss Brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and wish her the best."
A GofundMe account raised $14,352 of a $1,500 goal to pay for wigs and hair weave products until her hair grows back.
A Louisiana woman who went viral after using Gorilla Glue spray in her hair sought treatment in an emergency room over the weekend.
Tessica Brown went viral after she published a TikTok video complaining that her hair wouldn't move after using Gorilla Glue adhesive spray as holding hairspray.
Gorilla Glue is an ultra strong superglue product meant for bonding various nonporous materials such as metal and steel.
"My hair has been like this for about a month now. It's not by choice. Noooo," she said, before explaining that she used Gorilla Glue spray after she ran out of her holding spray.
"Y'all, look: My hair, it don't move. You hear what I'm telling you? It. Don't. Move. I've washed my hair 15 times and it don't move!"
On Saturday, Brown posted photos of herself in the emergency room at St. Bernard Parish Hospital, in Chalmette, Louisiana.
The ER doctor gave her packets of nail polish remover pads and a bottle of sterile water. She captioned a photo of the medical supplies: "This is really about to be a long process."
Her decision to seek treatment came after the maker of Gorilla Glue offered advice.
The company told TMZ that Brown could use rubbing alcohol on her head — but warned that if it had actually been in place for a month, her hair was "likely fractured at the root," meaning she will go bald.
Don't try this at home kids.
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Lizzo pleaded with fans to give her tips on removing a stubborn nipple pastie after struggling to get one off her breast for two days!
The "Truth Hurts" singer took to Instagram on Thursday to share her battle with the fashion accessory. Lizzo admitted she had run out of ideas to get the thing off her nipple.
"Help. My nipple pastie won't come off," Lizzo said in a video, as she yelped in pain while struggling to remove the pastie.
"I'm scared. It's been on for two days," she said. "I don't know what to do. It hurts so bad. I've put oil on it. Oh my god. It hurts so bad, you guys. What do I do? I think I'm taking off the skin."
Eventually, Lizzo told fans in a later video update on her Instagram Stories that she succeeded in removing the glued on accessory.
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