Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 20 introduces an ophthalmologist from Greensboro, North Carolina, pitches her beauty product that combines luxury and glamour with safety and quality. An entrepreneur from Aurora, Oregon, pitches an easy way to cut cheese. An entrepreneur from Acton, Massachusetts, pitches her beauty organizer space saver. Two entrepreneurs from Ocean County, New Jersey, introduce their reusable and effective approach to removing pet hair from clothes.
Season 12 Episode 20 in depth
Guest sharks this season 12 include Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS and co-founder of Madefor, and Kendra Scott, founder and CEO of Kendra Scott LLC. Returning guest Sharks include Alex Rodriguez, baseball player and founder and CEO of A-Rod Corp, and Daniel Lubetzky, founder and executive chairman of Kind.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 20. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 12 episode 20:
- OpulenceMD – Magnetic Eyelash
- The Matte – Makeup Organizer
- FurZapper – Pet Hair Removal
- The Cheese Chopper
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/09/21 – Season 12 – Episode 20
|$75,000 For 5%||$100,000 For 20%||Kendra Scott|
Entrepreneurs: Dr. Anika Goodwin Hilderbrand
On Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 20, an entrepreneur from Greensboro, North Carolina pitch her company OpulenceMD. Her product is magnetic eyelashes that are high quality and safe because are free of toxic glue. Dr. Anika Goodwin Hilderbrand, the founder of the company, established Opulence MD Beauty in 2019 and the product officially hit the market in 2020.
Her first product line is called the “Lashes and Libations” celebration. The lashes have no-side effects, do not contain any parabens or latex, and are made of Siberian Minx. These magnetic eyelashes are attached to the eyelid using a magnetic liner containing trace amounts of tiny iron oxide particles, which meets the FDA standards.
OpulenceMD also supports people who can not afford a low-cost or free eye screening examination by devoting a small portion of each sale of a Double Lash Essentials Kit. The OpulenceMD magnetic eyelashes are available in different sizes and colors, and are priced at $37.
|$100,000 For 20%||$100,000 For 33%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Melissa Clayton
The Matte is a patented beauty organizer space saver. The founder of The Matte is the entrepreneur Melissa Clayton from Acton, Massachusetts. Her company is the product of her idea after she for frustrating searching online and not being able to find a solution to this common everyday problem.
The Matte is the first and only foldable and collapsible mat designed to lay over your bathroom sink to create an instant counter. The Matte creates a flat and sturdy surface for women to place their makeup and hair accessories on so they are able to get ready in a clean organized space. The product is not only useful for every woman at home but also when she travels.
You can be assured that this sturdy and durable product will hold all of your makeup and product for up to 2 pounds. The dimensions of The Matte are 6.5″W x 9.5″L x 1”. The product hit the market in 2015 and after she got featured on ‘Today Show’ in 2016, the sales exploded. Today The Matte can be found in many retailers including Amazon, The Grommet, QVC and more.
|$600,000 For 10%||$600,000 For 15%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Harry Levin and Michael Sweigart
Season 12 Episode 20 of Shark Tank featured a FurZapper, founded by Harry Levin and Michael Sweigart. from FurZapper safely removes pet hair from your washing machine and dryer, while you wash and dry your clothes. It is made of silicone and is a safe, reusable, and effective pet hair remover.
The sharks were impressed with their sales numbers and according to Harry and Michael in 2020 they made $4 million in sales.
FurZapper is priced at $14.99 and it is very easy to use just throw it in the washer for the next load and it will self-clean in your clothes washer.
|$75,000 For 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Tate Koenig
The Cheese Chopper revolutionize the way you slice, shred, and store your cheese. The patented ergonomic design and airtight Chopper container keep the cheese fresh twice as long compare to food storage containers or plastic wraps. With the help of The Cheese Chopper you can easily and safe slice or shred up to two-pound of cheese.
The Cheese Chopper comes with but three different handles – a blade, a wire, and a grater, and it is available for purchase from their website for $34.99 or Amazon. This product also lets you save money by taking advantage of higher quality blocks of cheese without sacrificing convenience or quality and no more buying pre shredded or sliced cheeses which are often coated with harmful chemicals or ant-caking agents.
Tate Koenig created a successful Kickstarter campaign to help him get his idea of a good start and received $125,000 worth of orders. Now he wants to take the product further by looking expertise of the Sharks.
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