Recently Tessica Brwon became an internet sensation when she utilized Gorilla Glue spray to set her hair, making it stuck out for over a month, however her circumstance did little to keep Avani Reyes from gluing her own hair.
In a video that turned into a web sensation throughout the end of the week, the TikTok user noticed that her hair would not move as she tried to pull a comb through the tangled locks.
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In the following recordings, Reyes showed herself at the clinic where she went to get help. She said the staff was uncertain of how to deal with the circumstance, encouraging her to use tea tree oil, olive oil or coconut oil trying to eliminate the paste.
Reyes said: I’m on my way to the hospital right now, my scalp is burning. I need to go to the hospital so they can remove this Gorilla Glue. I have no idea what to do. I tried washing it, it doesn’t come off.
The TikToker endeavored to utilize coconut oil on her hair, yet had no accomplishment in eliminating the paste. She set up a GoFundMe page so individuals could ‘help with [her] Gorilla Glue circumstance’, saying she may go through a medical procedure to eliminate the substance. Various recordings show her endeavors to brush or wash her hair, however the paste wouldn’t move.
Various TikTok users reacted to address why Reyes utilized glue in her hair, with some recommending the trick was a way to gain attention following Tessica’s difficulty, however one video sees Reyes say she put the paste in her hair by accident’.
She further added: You guys know it’s definitely been a journey with this Gorilla Glue. It’s been crazy, so thank you so much.
In the wake of a plea for help to her followers, Reyes later declared that she’d got enough money from donations to subsidize a medical procedure to eliminate the paste. One kind individual gave $3,000, after which Reyes reacted to say thank you.