Gorilla Glue Girl Tessica Brown Makes Her Own Hairspray

Gorilla Glue, a furniture spray, and Forever Hold, a hair spray.
Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Pictures: Retailers

It seems like just yesterday, we were all deeply invested in the fate of a woman who doused her entire head in furniture glue. A four-hour procedure and four months later, Tessica Brown, aka “Gorilla Glue Girl,” is back with her own hair care products, which means neither she nor you will ever have to resort to hair care. spray adhesive as a replacement.

TMZ reports that Brown recently announced the launch of Forever Hair, a hair care line for people who want the shiny, long-lasting hold of furniture glue, without the permanence and pain of furniture glue. Think: a firm hold hairspray specially designed for hair, which is exactly what Forever Hold is, the line’s strong hold hairspray and shine booster. Brown also sells Growth, a scalp-boosting blend of black cumin seed oil, avocado oil, safflower oil, and rosemary oil, which she credits with her post-surgery regrowth, if you suffer from a similar episode of sudden hair loss. A nourishing edge-control product containing black castor oil and aloe vera is also on the horizon.

Although Brown claims its products are inspired by Gorilla Glue, rest assured there are big differences. For one thing, its products come in black packaging that can’t be confused with the punchy yellow and orange shades of Gorilla Glue, a non-hair product that could possibly be confused with Got2b Glued Freeze Spray and Gorilla Snot. , of the same color. products with extreme language mentioning gorillas and glue. Unlike Gorilla Glue, Forever Hair products also wash out easily with water, an important feature shared with many, if not most, hair care products.

Mistakes have been made and lessons have been learned, but if you want to continue spreading the cautionary tale that has captivated and bewildered the masses for nearly a week, Brown’s site is also home to a merchandising section called “Bonded For Life”. Here you’ll find hoodies, sweatshirts and t-shirts with the famous frozen ponytail that was partly cut and partly dissolved in Beverly Hills by a benevolent plastic surgeon, may she rest in peace.

Melissa R. Brumfield