'Gorilla Glue Girl' Tessica Brown has launched a hair-care line that includes a 'Forever Hold' hairspray

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Tessica Brown
Tessica Brown went viral for using Gorilla Glue instead of hairspray. Tessica Brown/Instagram
  • Tessica Brown is selling a new line of hair products on her website.

  • Brown told TMZ that the products were made for people dealing with hair loss and damage.

  • In February, Brown went viral on social media for using Gorilla Glue in her hair.

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Tessica Brown has officially created a hair-care line.

Brown, who went viral after putting Gorilla Glue in her hair, uploaded three products to her website on Wednesday using the brand name "Forever Hair."

A bottle of hair growth oil costs $18, "Forever Hold" hairspray is $14, and sleek edge control is coming soon.

Tessica Brown's "Forever Hair" products that launched on June 15.
A bottle of hairspray is priced at $14, and the growth stimulating oil is $18. Forever Hair

Brown told TMZ that the products were inspired by Gorilla Glue and made to help people who are experiencing hair loss or damage.

She told Insider in a statement: "I have been working with professionals and we came up with a hair line, 'Forever hair,' which has been helping me grow my hair back and maintain it."

In February, Brown became an online fixation after telling social-media users in a TikTok video that she used Gorilla Glue instead of hairspray to do her hair.

She was quickly dubbed "Gorilla Glue Girl" online, drawing more than 50 million views and 7.8 million likes on TikTok.

@im_d_ollady

Stiff where????? Ma hair 🤬🤬

♬ original sound - Tessica Brown

Brown said the Gorilla Glue had been stuck in her hair for a month, and not even a trip to the emergency room could fix the issue.

Fortunately, Brown updated eager fans later that month and revealed she found a doctor to perform the procedure. With the help of Dr. Michael Obeng, Brown had a successful removal and retained some of her hair in the process.

Dr. Obeng explained to TMZ that he discovered a way to break down the polyurethane in the Gorilla Glue to help Brown.

"She is very very lucky that she did not sustain a lot of injuries to her scalp," Dr. Obeng told the outlet. "This type of ordeal is no joke. To have injury to your hair, you have stiffness that pulls your scalp every single day."

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