What they didn’t broadcast on Shark Tank.

UPDATE: 10/24/2015

It was awesome getting all that exposure, but there are a couple key facts they did not broadcast on Shark Tank. Don’t believe everything you see on TV, as it’s all altered for mass viewing. We felt it was important to post these facts because we feel our brand may have been misrepresented or misunderstood by the way they edited it.

  • FACT 1: The Skinny Mirror was first designed for the individual for personal use. Retailers began purchasing the mirrors for their stores and this is why we decided to put the logo on the front of the mirror. It was our way of avoiding any misuse to deceive customers.
  • FACT 2: Over half the total sales have been to individuals and homes, not just to retailers.
  • FACT 3: It’s not a Lie – (Kevin’s argument – who by the way was too afraid to look at himself in the mirror) – We lie to ourselves every day without thinking about it. Read this article – The Truth and Why The Skinny Mirror Works.

Thank you for your continued support. Remember, You Are Beautiful!

Watch The Skinny Mirror on Shark Tank, Friday October 23, 9-10PM EST/PST.

SHARK TANK – “Episode 705” – In one of the most exciting moments of “Shark Tank” history, the ante is upped when the Sharks start to bid OVER the asking price for one product and the million dollar offers start to fly. But will greed burst the bubble before a deal is set? Another pitch prompts a brutal brush-off from an irate Shark. Two parents from Salem, Massachusetts pitch their novel idea for managing Trick-or-Treaters’ excess candy with a children’s book and gifts; two men from Pacific Palisades, California tout their premium beef jerky made from filet mignon which has the Sharks swooning over the taste and the price point; a woman from Sand City, California pitches a full-length mirror designed to build self-esteem, and two men from Sandpoint, Idaho claim they have redefined drones with inventions that fly up to 60 mph and as high as 10,000 feet. In addition, in a follow-up on the NYC-based Bantam Bagels, the company in which Lori Grenier invested last season, we see how their unique stuffed bagels fare when given a national stage, on “Shark Tank,” FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 (9:00-10:01 p.m. ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Michael Desmond)