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Tessica made headlines after using glue on her hair after she ran out of her hairspray. The glue remained in her hair for more than a month and would not come out no matter what she tried. She tells The Doctors she believed the glue would wash out, but her hair only became tighter and tighter and extremely irritating to her scalp.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng, who has a background in chemistry, created a solvent that was effective at dissolving the active ingredients in the glue, while still being gentle on Tessica's skin.
After the procedure and the glue was completely removed from her hair and scalp, Tessica says she feels "awesome." Dr. Obeng expects her scalp to heal and that Tessica will completely recover in the coming weeks.
As for the negative and hateful comments, she endured after going public with her glue mishap, Tessica has an uplifting message for her detractors -- find out what she has to say in the video below.