If you weren’t already aware, “Shark Tank” is the reality game show where entrepreneurs with great (and not so great) ideas pitch to people who could financially support their businesses.

Some of the show’s coolest products are without a doubt — surprise, surprise — for beauty! Check out the ‘Shark Tank‘ beauty products that people actually LOVE, whether they were accepted by the show’s investors or not.

CreaClip, $21

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The CreaClip ($21, Amazon) is what you need if you *really* want a hair cut, want to do it yourself, but are scared to death of cutting it wrong.

Clip it onto your hair exactly where you want it and it serves as a stencil for creating the perfect, even cut.

Lip Bar Lipstick, $12

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The Lip Bar Lipstick ($12, Target) is a Target shopper favorite based on reviews. It comes in seven different shades — including Merlot (plum wine) and Purple Rain (neon fuchsia).

No Mo-Stache Kit, $18

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The No Mo-Stache Kit ($18, Anthropologie) comes with hydrocortisone cream and 12 waxing strips meant to clear your mustache without the sting of bleach.

Drainwig Hair Catcher, $10

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The Drainwig Hair Catcher ($10, Ace Hardware) has a pretty self-explanatory name: Drop it down your drain and its metal string will catch hairs instead of allowing them to build up and clog your drain. Whenever you want to, just pull it up and clean the hair off.

Dr. Edna’s BareEASE Pre-Waxing Treatment, $14

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The BareEASE Pre-Waxing treatment ($14, Amazon) is meant to stop the pain of waxing and laser treatments before it can even begin!

The Spatty and Spatty Daddy, $12

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The Spatty and Spatty Daddy ($12, Amazon) was made to help you spool out every single drop of makeup when you’re down to the end of the product and need help getting the last bit out. Based on the four and five-star reviews on Amazon, this baby WORKS!

You can also use this for your baking products and other food things — but be real: It’s all about the makeup.

Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask, $45

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The Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow sleeping mask ($45, Sephora) is meant to smooth skin.

It has a “pillow-proof” formula according to the Sephora description, so you can wear this beauty mask overnight *without* destroying your pillow in the process.

70,000 Sephora shoppers love this sleep mask, so it’s likely a safe try.

Kisstixx Lip Balm, $16

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The Kisstixx Lip Balm ($16, Amazon) comes in two flavors: Raspberry and Lemonade. You can also order a cheaper Fire and Ice version ($12, Amazon).

Laid Brand Rockin’ Multipurpose Hair Oil, $24

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The Laid Brand Rockin’ Multipurpose Hair Oil is infused with pheromones meant to boost confidence ($24, Amazon). The hair oil is meant to shine, condition, and repair heat damage.

Angels and Tomboys Natural Handmade Lotions and Body Sprays for Kids, $13 each

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The Angels and Tomboys brand sells body sprays and lotions for kids. The body sprays ($13, Amazon) come in seven different scents while the lotion ($17, Amazon) comes in ten.

Nardo’s Natural Coconut Lip Gloss, $14

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The Nardo’s Natural coconut oil lip gloss ($14, Amazon) comes in the shade Primrose. You can also order it in seven other shades on its official Nardo’s Natural website.

Laid Brand Straight 2 Kinky Multipurpose Leave-In Conditioner, $24

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The Laid Brand Straight 2 Kinky leave-in conditioner ($24, Amazon) is “pheromone infused” for a confidence boost. It also repairs dry hair and controls frizz.

Saavy Naturals Lavender Chamomile Handcrafted Soap, $6

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The Saavy Naturals lavender chamomile handcrafted soap ($6, Amazon) is made with an all-natural ingredients — that means it smells great but is still great for people with sensitive skin. Another cool point? The Saavy Naturals products are meant to be edible.

Controlled Chaos Hair Moisturizer, $30

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The Controlled Chaos hair moisturizer ($30, Amazon) is a product meant for curly hair.

It is described by the brand as an “all-in-one, ultra-hydrating conditioner that softens, detangles, repairs and protects color-treated hair.” The moisturizer also works as a leave-in conditioner.

Organic Sea Kelp Facial Sheet Mask, $14

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The Organic Sea Kelp facial sheet mask ($14, Glow Recipe) is made with sea kelp and bamboo serum. The sheet mask is meant for brightening, smoothing, and hydrating.

Swag Bar Lite Acne Bar, $17

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The Swag Bar ($17, Walmart) is meant to provide a deep cleanse and clear up acne, specifically blackheads. The Swag Bar is also supposed to help relieve eczema symptoms.

Simple Sugars Body Scrub, $69

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The Simple Sugars body scrub ($69, Amazon) is made with all-natural ingredients and has a coconut scent. The price is admittedly a lil’ steep — but based on the reviews, people think it’s worth the splurge.

Alaskan Glacial Mud Mask, $35

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The Alaskan Glacial mud mask ($35, Amazon) is infused with lavender and peppermint. It’s meant to exfoliate and soften skin.

Nardo’s Natural BB Cream Moisturizing Makeup, $29

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The Nardo’s Natural BB Cream moisturizing makeup ($29, Nardo’s Natural) only comes in three shades light shades, but its reviews are lit. Have at it if you can!

Cashmere Hair Extensions, $180

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The clip-ins ($180, Cashmere Hair Extensions) come in a variety of colors, styles, and prices.

AngelLift Dermastrips, $79

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The AngelLift Dermastrips ($79, AngelLift) are meant to reduce the appearance of wrinkles around the mouth without any surgery involved.

Sunscreenr UV Camera, $119

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The Sunscreenr UV Camera ($119, Sunscreenr) shows which spots you missed on your skin where sunscreen should be.

The brand hasn’t released the camera yet but it is the perfect “you missed a spot” corrector and is available for pre-sale now.

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