Two Young Entrepreneurs Go Head-to-Head to Win Over an Investor

Abby Curtis and Angela Tsai pitch their ideas to "Shark Tank's" Robert Herjavec.
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? I'm right over here are shark Robert herjavec. Fresh off the turn on "Dancing with the stars." You really had fun on that show. I had a blast. I hope you have a blast today. We have two rival entrepreneurs. Let's start with Abby Curtis. It's for people who love a good workout and hate what it does to their hair. Hi George, hi, Robert. This is care rather hair warrior. With hair warrior, you apply it prior to working out on dry hair. Your body heat activates it and hydrates your hair. No more damaged hair. Perfect for yoga, spinning, whatever heats you up. The end result? Shiny, healthy beautiful hair. And it contains many natural and essential oils. That is interesting. Let's see what the home testers thought. It feels conditioned. It's very soft. I give this hair warrior a thumbs up. I used it one time. Went and worked out. Came home. And washed my hair out. I did not see any difference. I'll have to give this product a thumbs down. Oh. Okay. Well, that's start. She must be a shark. Let's get to the next one. Angela Tsai. Her item is for busy moms who don't want to sacrifice style. I'm the creator of the mama chic. It's a skirt, a top, a hood, a scarf. You take the snap buttons and voila, a nursing cover and burp cloth. It won't slide off. Lit protect your clothes underneath. I'm taking the snaps on the ends and making it into a cozy wrap. So many ways to wear it. You can swaddle your baby with it. Ladies, the mama chic is all you need to look good and get it all done. Wow. Yeah. Multipurpose. Loe let's see the home testers. I like the way it looks. Nobody would ever know that I'm using it for him. I give ate thumbs up. It's cozy and comfortable. It's perfect few a new baby. I give it a thumbs up. All right. Double thumbs up. Robert, your turn. Let's start with Abby and the hair warrior. It's a great product. Great presentation. You were sweding. Your hair looks great. I think it's great. I don't know why that lady didn't like it. She must be related to Kevin or something. But I wish you the best with it. I think you're doing a good job. Thank you. Angela? I love all the purposes of the product. I was worried about that baby pip hope it wasn't a real baby. I love how you can use it as a fashion item. It looked great. Does it come in different colors? We have four right now. I'm working on prints and patterns. Impressive. A tough choice. Let's get a drum roll. You have to decide. I hate that. They're both great. Do I have to pick one. I'm going the decide who George is going the give $25,000 to right now. I'm going to go with Angela. Congratulations. It just seemed like a wider appeal. Our sponsor wants to give you $500 to use for their small business marketing services. And of course, the trophy. Thank you guys so much. Before we go, you're a spokesperson for deluxe. You have a new small business initiative. It's a movement across America. We're sponsoring 100 businesses. Profiling them. Small businesses like a vet shop and your local coffee shop. You can go in, nominate them, go to small business revolution.org and one of them wins $25,000. No kidding. America is all about small business. We want to thank Robert. Tune in to "Shark tank" tonight at 8:00. Followed by beyond the tank at 9:00 P.M.

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