Gorilla Glue girl gets first new hairstyle since sticky saga

“Gorilla Glue girl” Tessica Brown lastly had a traditional hair day.

The Louisiana girl who went viral after slathering her hair with the heavy-duty adhesive received her first new hairstyle since having the sticky mess surgically cleared up final week, TMZ said in a report Monday.

Brown, 40, had a Valentine’s Day hair appointment on the Beneath Zero salon in Violet, Louisiana, and walked out with a new, shorter — and regular — hairdo, the outlet reported.

The new look comes greater than a month after Brown went viral when she smeared Gorilla Glue on her head after operating out of hair spray — and documented her saga on TikTok.

It took a visit to Beverly Hills — and a go to to celeb plastic surgeon Michael Obeng final week — for Brown to lastly eliminate her sticky hair throughout a four-hour process.

Obeng carried out the $12,500 surgical procedure free of charge after studying of Brown’s plight.

The woman who went viral for using Gorilla Glue as hairspray has had her first haircut since the sticky adhesive was removed from her hair.
The lady who went viral for utilizing Gorilla Glue as hairspray has had her first haircut since the sticky adhesive was faraway from her hair.

Her newfound fame additionally introduced in additional than $20,000 in donations — most of which she stated she’ll donate to charity — and a whole bunch of free hair merchandise, TMZ reported.

It additionally appears to be like like she’ll be sticking round amid studies that she now has an agent.

Nonetheless, Brown informed the outlet she’ll nonetheless have to offer her hair a relaxation for six weeks following Obeng’s hair-saving process.