What happens when confusing builder's foam with hair mousse

 
What happens when confusing builder's foam with hair mousse
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Woman ends up in hospital after confusing builder’s foam with her hair mousse, Daily Mail writes.

The mystery woman, believed to be from Eastern Europe, grabbed the wrong can when doing her hair.

She accidentally used expanding builder's foam instead of hair mousse and ended up in hospital.

A picture of her in A&E has been widely shared on social media around the world on Tuesday.

This picture proves once and for all how important it is to read the label on the can.

She can be seen sitting in a waiting room looking understandably unhappy with her situation with a giant solid helmet of polyurethane foam on her head.

Twigs and leaves are stuck to the foam, leading to speculation that there might be more to the picture, as seen in The Sun, than a simple mistaken spray can.

Expanding polyurethane foam has a number of uses in DIY situations - although 'hair product' is not one of them.

Builders' and at-home-handymen used the foam for everything from preventing leaks, to filling gaps during construction and holding items in place.

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