Gorilla Super Glue, a strong adhesive being applied on skin or hair may result in worse outcomes. But this salon owner in Texas reveals that he had been using it on Client's hair for quite some years! And people can't take it!
Gorilla Glue is a strong adhesive used for wood, cardboard, paper fabric and other such materials. And it's clearly been written on it that it's not for use on skin. But a mother-of-five Tessica Brown in Louisiana went viral in the last few days for her Gorilla-Glue-as-hairspray mishap. She had her Göt2b Glued spray finished so she thought of trying out Gorilla glue and it was really a bad bad idea.
This left her with a permanent helmet type hairstyle for a month before a surgeon painstakingly removed the adhesive from her hair and now her hair is freed from any locks and the adhesive.
In response to this mishap, a Texas salon owner, Eric Vaughn has confessed that he has been using Gorilla Glue in clients' hair for years.
Eric admitted that he frequently squeezes the extra-strong glue on clients at his Houston salon but he has explained well on how he uses it safely.However, he never puts the glue directly onto people's hair or scalp: Instead, he uses it to secure hair extensions which have sew in knots in them and to secure them from unknotting he uses Gorilla Glue to lock it in.
The video has gone viral, garnering over 330,000 likes, as well as some critiques from commenters insisting he shouldn't be using the glue at all in the client's hair.
Some were outrageous on Eric's application of the adhesive as they did not get it properly what he did.
While some supported him and asked the critiques to understand what he had explained.
Vaughn's video came in response to one Göt2b Glued Spray hairspray and substituted it with Gorilla Glue, a highly-adhesive glue that is not meant to be used on people.
Article source: Diply