Why Tessica Brown’s Viral Hair Woes Isn’t a Smooth Finish

The two-week ordeal of the Louisiana woman, who became a viral sensation after sharing video clips of her harrowing ordeal, involving a scary introduction to a powerful adhesive known as Gorilla Glue, which she hoped would provide a temporary fix for unruly strands, thankfully ended with a miraculous save by Beverly Hill-based plastic surgeon — Dr. Michael Obeng.

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