A Texas student has a new hairstyle after a bully allegedly pour super glue on her head.
15-year-old Hannah Combs was only a freshman at Harker Heights High School when a boy came up to her and poured the adhesive on her head.
"It instantly started burning. It felt like my head was on fire. It was horrible," Hannah said.
The boy was only given in in-school suspension which infuriated veteran and Hanna's father, Christopher Grimmer.
"I’m not going to pull my daughter out and uproot her from her life because of what this kid did to her," Christopher said. "That child that did this to her, uproot his life. He gave up the opportunity to go to Harker Heights when he committed the act."
Christopher rushed Hannah to urgent care where they realized the glue had caused first degree burns. After treating the burns, Hannah and her mom, Jessica, decided the best course of action was to cut her hair.
"I realized I lost my favorite thing about me,” Hannah said. "I loved my hair. My hair was the only thing I liked about myself, honestly. I lost it for no reason.”
Jessica decided to start the Facebook page "Justice For Hannah." Soon after, the page had amassed over 50,000 likes.
"It makes me want to help other people. There are people who couldn’t stand up for themselves but they talk to me about it. It makes me want to help. It’s amazing how many people are supporting me," Hannah said.
A local stylist, Nikki, found the Facebook page and decided she wanted to help. She reached out to the Grimmers and offered to give Hannah a new look.
“Today I got to do something I’m proud of,” Nikki said. “I fixed a young [girl's] hair who had something traumatic happen to her at school. Her hair had to be shaved on one side, so I made the best of a bad situation.”
Now Hannah is showing off her chic new look.
"I want to make a difference," Hannah said. "I would like people to stand up for themselves. No one deserves to be bullied — it’s not fair for anyone. I’m just a normal kid with strong beliefs. When it comes to bullying, I stand up for people a lot because of it — but it’s worth it.”
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H/T: Justice For Hannah