Tessica Brown, known to many as “Gorilla Glue Girl” after her post about accidentally styling her hair with the long-lasting glue went viral, has taken the next logical step: According to TMZ, she’s launching a haircare line for people dealing with hair loss and damage. The product line, called “Forever Hair,” will include a $14 hair spray, $18 hair growth drops, and a $13 product for “sleek edge control.”
Back in February, Brown posted a video in which she shared that after mistaking the Gorilla Glue for one of her hair styling products, she’d been struggling with rock-hard hair for a month. Brown told TMZ at the time that she’d resorted to posting on social media out of desperation after the headaches caused by the condition grew more severe. A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Michael Obeng, freed Brown’s scalp with a four-hour procedure, which he provided free of cost. Brown showed off a head of new, healthy hair earlier this month.