'Shark Tank' Recap: 'Loliware,' 'Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions,' 'ODANG Hummus' & 'Splikity'

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The seventh season of ABC's Shark Tank continues as Loliware, Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions, ODANG Hummus and Splikity seek investments from Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec and Barbara Corcoran.

Cuban, O'Leary, Greiner, Corcoran and Herjavec are greeted by another batch of four companies who are trying to take their products to the next level, hopefully, with the help of one of the Sharks.

About Loliware

Chelsea Briganti and Leigh Ann Tucker are the masterminds behind Loliware a product that is exactly what it sounds like. Loliware is a line of edible cups made from a number of organic ingredients such as, seaweed, organic sweeteners and fruit flavors.

They are hoping that the sharks are willing to take a bite out of their product.

"LOLIWARE launched with the world's first biodegr(edible) cup in March 2015. The company's mission is to transform the tableware and packaging industries by creating products that are non-toxic, fun, and delicious." - Loliware

The ask: $150,000 for 10% of the company.

How it went down:
Robert Herjavec wanted in at $600,000 but wanted more equity and the owners countered with 25%. Cuban jumped in with an equal solo offer trying to steal the deal.

Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec then made a joint deal offering to split the cost and put up the entire $600,000 for 25%.

Kevin O'leary wanted in however, on the $600,000 for 25% at $200,000 shares with another two sharks but the deal fell through.

Lorie Greiner left the race for the deal midway through.

In the end two offers came to the owners one, from Mark Cuban and Corcoran and one from Cuban and Herjavec, both for $600,000 at 25%.

The owners decided to accept the deal with Cuban and Corcoran based on Corcoran's experience and Cuban's financial abilities.

About Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions

Mikki Bey is the founder of Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions and she is looking to take her marketing to the next level with some help from the sharks.

Bey has been working as a celebrity makeup artist and has a lot of experience in the makeup industry, tonight she makes her case in front of the sharks to see which one might be willing to attack.

"Mikki Bey is the authority on eyelash extensions.

With over 10 years of experience in the beauty industry, Mikki has become one of the most sought-after beauty experts in the country.

Mikki is a licensed esthetician who was selected by The Recording Academy to be a member of #GRAMMYglam, an elite team of beauty professionals chosen to report live from the Grammys." - Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions

The ask: $300,000 for 20% of the company.

How it went down:
Lorie Greiner was unmoved by the tears and dropped out of the bidding first not seeing the future development.

Mark Cuban dropped out quickly thereafter.

Barbara Corcoran could not make an offer and advised the owner to control her emotion.

Robert Herjavec did not make an offer of investment either.

Kevin O'leary had nothing to say and never made any proposal.

About O'Dang Hummus

O'Dang Hummus creator Jesse Wolfe is looking to make his product even more mainstream by extending out to other vendors with the help of the sharks.

His hummus product is offered in a variety of flavors including favorite sauce flavors like Buffalo.

"It started as healthy eating for home, but the moment Jesse's hummus slipped out to the people, the response was an overwhelming wave of 'this is ridiculously good.' Met with a chance to put his homemade product to the test in an entrepreneurial competition called The Joust, with just thirty-six hours to prepare, Jesse's untraditional take on a traditional dish swept the competition." - O'Dang Hummus

The ask:$50,000 for 10% of the company.

How it went down:

Kevin O'Leary was impressed and offer $50,000 for 20% of the company.

Barbara Corcoran felt the owner was inexperienced and dropped out.

Robert Herjavec offered $50,000 for 15% of the company.

Lorie Greiner offered to combine forces with Robert Herjavec and put forth an offer of $50,000 for 25% of the company and locked up the deal with O'dang.

Mark Cuban never even got a chance to offer.

About Splikity

When thinking about password security and cybersecurity Chad and Doug Clark wanted to invent a secure way to keep track of all your passwords. Cybersecurity is a very big issue especially with the latest round of hacks on the U.S. Federal government and countless amounts of social media account hacks, that's where Splikity comes in. The Clarks will look to the sharks in order to help cyber users keep their personal information safe.

"Splikity remembers all of your passwords so you don't have to and keeps you safe from hackers.

It's impossible to remember all of your passwords, so Splikity does the work for you. And Splikity helps you create strong, unique passwords to help keep you safe from hackers." - Splikity

The ask: $200,000 for 10% of company.

How it went down: Mark Cuban dropped out immediately.
Robert Herjavec also dropped out.

Barbara Corcoran quickly followed the trend and did not offer a deal either.

Lorie Greiner was last to quit the bidding.

Kevin O'leary offered $200,000 in venture debt expecting 10% of sales up to $600,000 including repayment of the loan also requiring 5% of the company overall. The owner, however declined the offer.