A TikTok user by the name of Tessica Brown ran out of her go-to hairspray, she took grooming to unprecedented levels by trading Got 2b Glued Blasting Freezing Spray with Gorilla Spray Adhesive — yes, the brand of glue formulated to hold pieces of wood together.
As she demonstrated in a video, the glue left her slicked-back ponytail a seemingly permanent fixture on her head.
Unsurprisingly, it’s quickly making the rounds across TikTok and Twitter.
She goes on to say that she’s washed her hair at least 15 times with no progress whatsoever.
As she points out, Gorilla Glue’s full ingredient makeup is actually a trade secret, so even she couldn’t tell you what it’s actually made out of.
But, because it isn’t designed to be used on humans, it’s legally sound for it to have industrial-grade ingredients, even though they might be dangerous when in contact with human skin or inhaled. “For safety reasons, one should always stick to products designed for hair,” King concludes.
Here is a handy way to remove Gorilla Glue from your skin –