Tessica Brown, the woman who went viral earlier this year after using Gorilla Glue spray adhesive as a hairspray substitute, has launched a new line of hair care products.
In a video shared on her Instagram early Wednesday, Brown – who recently got a shout-out over a track by Nicki Minaj – said she has been working on developing the line, which goes by the name Forever Hair, for months.
“As you already know, about four months ago I ran out of hairspray and ended up using Gorilla Glue spray,” Brown said in the IG announcement. “Bad, bad idea. As a result of this I ended up losing my hair and getting scalp damage. But since then I have been working with professionals to create and formulate hair root oil.
In a statement to Complex via a representative, Brown added:
“I worked with professionals and we created a hair line, Forever Hair, which has helped me grow back and maintain my hair.”
Forever Hold Spray and Growth Boosting Oil are currently available on the Forever Hair site, which cost $ 14 and $ 18, respectively. The line — by TMZ– Also includes a Sleek Edge Control product for $ 13.
Below, take a closer look at the Forever Hair product line.
While many were quick to poke fun at Brown when the Gorilla Glue incident first went viral in February, the extended saga ultimately inspired a more sympathetic response. Chance the rapper, ViewSunny Hostin, fitness model Alicia Marie and others offered public words of support amid the near-daily coverage.