The 10 Best Fashion & Beauty Shark Tank Products That You Can Still Buy Today

"Shark Tank," ABC's hit reality show that places hopeful entrepreneurs in front of a panel of wealthy investors to try to convince one of them to bite and offer an investment deal, is a treasure trove of creative products that supposedly meet consumers' needs. While nearly every possible category of product has been showcased on the program, beauty and fashion are the name of the game here at Glam.


Unfortunately, many of the beauty and fashion brands featured on "Shark Tank" — whether they leave the Tank with a deal or not — don't survive in the long run. You may remember seeing a product you loved on the show, but by the time you attempt to hunt it down and purchase it, the company no longer exists. With this in mind, we've rounded up the best of the fashion and beauty products showcased on "Shark Tank" that are still available for purchase today because who doesn't want to analyze products like a Shark and test them for themselves?

How we selected products

The American public's fascination with entrepreneurship knows no bounds. To prove this fact, "Shark Tank" has been on the air for over a decade — totaling 14 seasons and over 300 episodes — with no signs of slowing down. The reality series has showcased so many fashion and beauty brands and products that it can be difficult to decide (or even remember) which ones are worthy of our time and money.


Instead of re-watching old seasons of the show or digging through mountains of episode recaps online, you can check out our curated list of the best still-available fashion and beauty products that have ever been featured on "Shark Tank." We've reviewed the episodes, investigated the products' ingredients and descriptions, and studied consumer reviews — all so you don't have to. The result is this list of "Shark Tank" products that are still on the market and worth trying out for your beauty or fashion needs. 

Best overall: Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow PHA + BHA Pore-Tight Toner

When the founders of Glow Recipe appeared on "Shark Tank" in 2015, they may have scored an investment from Robert Herjavec in front of the camera, but behind the scenes, they didn't leave the Tank with a closed deal. However, the Korean beauty-inspired skincare brand still benefited from appearing on the hit show and has enjoyed great success since. Its bestselling skincare product, the Watermelon Glow PHA + BHA Pore-Tight Toner, has especially blown up online.


The toner, described as being "inspired by the Korean Aqua Peel Facial," is said to combine hydration, tightening, and exfoliation without prioritizing one over the others. The brand claims that 100% of women saw a significant reduction in pore size in a two-week clinical trial, and thousands of five-star reviewers agree that the product is a standout.

Purchase the Watermelon Glow PHA + BHA Pore-Tight Toner at Glow Recipe for $34. 

Best lip product: The Lip Bar Nonstop Liquid Matte

The Lip Bar's founders appeared on Shark Tank in 2015 and were quite brutally rejected by the Sharks, including Kevin "Mr. Wonderful" O'Leary calling the women "colorful cockroaches". Determined not to give up, the duo went on to take The Lip Bar from a small, homemade lipstick operation to a commercial success on their own.


The company's flagship product — the Nonstop Liquid Matte lipstick — is now available in 21 shades and backed up by over 5,700 five-star reviews. The formula applies like a smooth gloss and then "dries down with a velvety matte finish," per its product description. According to one five-star review, "It's truly matte and doesn't leave your lips dry. It will last through two cups of coffee, endless water, lunch and afternoon tea."

Purchase Nonstop Liquid Matte at The Lip Bar for $14. 

Best beauty storage product: The Matte

The Matte's appearance on "Shark Tank" in 2021 ended with founder Melissa Clayton scoring a deal with Lori "QVC Queen" Greiner that sounded beneficial for both parties. After the cameras stopped rolling, however, the deal never closed. Rather than packing up her portable, over-the-sink makeup mat and going home in defeat, Clayton kept working, and The Matte has since become a cult classic in TikTok's beauty community.


The Matte is a simple folding mat that unfolds to reveal a variety of nooks and crannies designed for holding different types of beauty products. Those who are stuck applying their makeup and styling their hair in small bathrooms with pedestal sinks or tiny vanities can simply lay the mat over their sink for instant, organized counter space. One Amazon reviewer even called the product "the perfect space creator."

Purchase The Matte on Amazon for $34.99. 

Best specialty makeup product: Range Beauty True Intentions Hydrating Foundation

Unlike The Lip Bar, Range Beauty is a Black-owned beauty business that was not only given a fair shake on "Shark Tank" but the show also reached out to invite the brand to appear on the program in 2022. After scoring a deal with Lori Greiner and Emma Grede — the first Black woman to serve as a guest Shark — the brand reached new heights.


Range Beauty's cornerstone product is its True Intentions Hydrating Foundation. The formula is designed and dermatologist-approved for skin that is prone to acne or eczema and comes in a wide range of 21 shades to match a variety of skin tones. Reviewers rave about the foundation's lightweight, second-skin vibe, with one even proclaiming that it "feels like skin care."

Purchase the True Intentions Hydrating Foundation at Range Beauty for $30. 

Best budget beauty product: Luna Magic Beauty Diosa 100% Faux Mink Lashes

Since the brands that appear on "Shark Tank" tend to represent small businesses with limited resources, they don't typically offer products known for being especially budget-friendly. Occasionally, however, an exception like Luna Magic Beauty comes along. The founders of the budget beauty brand wowed the Sharks in 2021 with their presence in 1,000 stores and their debt-free approach to business.


The brand's Diosa 100% Faux Mink Lashes are an especially amazing deal. A two-pack of the dramatic, high-quality synthetic falsies costs less than $10, and each pair can be worn up to 10 times. As one reviewer put it, the product is "lash perfection."

Purchase the Beauty Diosa 100% Faux Mink Lashes at Luna Magic for $9. 

Best eco-friendly fashion product: KENT Compostable Organic Cotton High-Waist Brief

For the environmentally-conscious consumer, KENT is a "Shark Tank" brand worth paying attention to. Following a multi-Shark feeding frenzy on the show, KENT's founders struck a deal with fashion mogul Daymond John in 2022 after pitching the brand's 100% compostable underwear.


Once you wear a pair of KENT compostable organic cotton underwear to the end of the garment's life, you can literally plant it in the ground and watch it turn to soil over a period of 90 days. The underwear comes in men's and women's designs, as well as thong, hipster, and bikini versions.

Purchase the Compostable Organic Cotton High-Waist Briefs at KENT for $24. 

Best haircare product: Controlled Chaos Curl Crème

In 2016, Controlled Chaos founders Alanna York and Maureen Emerson appeared on "Shark Tank" to pitch their line of professional-quality styling products designed for curly hair. While they landed a deal with Lori Greiner during the episode, the founders decided to part ways with the Shark and her mass-market approach before actually closing the deal.


Since then, Controlled Chaos' paraben and sulfate-free Original Curl Crème formula has continued to provide a soft hold for curly babes. With ingredients like aloe leaf juice and shea butter, it's easy to see why this product offers relief to those who have struggled with dry curls in the past. One reviewer on dermatologist-owned raved, "This is truly the first product I ever used that made a difference."

Purchase The Original Curl Crème on Amazon for $29.99. 

Best swimwear: TA3 Lifty

If you're an avid TikTok scroller, there's a good chance you're familiar with the TA3 Lifty shaping swimsuit. After leaving "Shark Tank" without a deal in response to talks of licensing agreements, TA3 Swimwear founder Lelia Shams went back to what she knew: social media marketing. Her product had already gone viral, selling over $1 million before she entered the Tank.


The Lifty swimsuit continued to speak to women who needed a little boost to feel confident in swimwear. Today, the hashtag #TA3swim has over 47 million views on TikTok and continues to empower women to love the skin they're in.

Purchase the Lifty at TA3 for $178. 

Best footwear: The Pashionista

Sometimes, a painful experience can create the spark of genius needed to conceive a brilliant idea for an invention. This was the case for Pashion founder Haley Pavone when she suffered a toe injury after removing her uncomfortable high heels and being accidentally stepped on and impaled by another woman's stiletto. In 2021, Pavone pitched her convertible high heel-to-flat convertible shoes on "Shark Tank" but walked away without a deal.


Luckily for Pavone, viewers loved the idea, with the company's appearance on the show bumping its sales by 450%. The Pashionista — a strappy sandal featured on the show — comes in four base leather colors and seven seasonal shades at the time of writing. When you tire of the pair's high heels, simply twist them off and replace them with flat caps.

Purchase The Pashionista at Pashion for $190. 

Best fashion accessory: Frends wireless headphones

Sheen Moaleman and Keir Dillon presented their high-end, fashionable headphones with interchangeable caps to the "Shark Tank" investors in 2015. While the Sharks ultimately weren't interested in the opportunity due to cashflow concerns, leaving without a deal didn't stop the determined founders. The duo persisted, and the brand is still actively selling gorgeous headphones today.


Frends headphones feature handcrafted leather headbands and handcrafted metal detailing. The metal ear caps can be removed and replaced with caps of other styles and colors to express your mood or match your outfit, making them a must-have for music festival goers and more. Each pair comes with a stylish pouch that is as cute as the headphones themselves.

Purchase the Taylor Gunmetal Wireless headphones at FRENDS for $216.