Kevin O’Leary commends the Nguyens for their reasonable valuation, while Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner assure them that not getting a deal for Shark Tank isn’t the end of their business. However, Lisa still cannot admit defeat. So sure her venture will be successful, she offers to “unrisk” the deal by including a two-year payback clause. Inspired by her dedication and tenacity, Daymond John offers Lisa $100,000 at 25% – she happily accepts. It’s certainly not one of the most expensive offerings for Shark Tank, but it’s a more than reasonable fit for their pitch.
The Baubles + Soles website recognizes the company’s appearance on Shark Tank solely through a logo on the As Seen On… banner. When they appeared on the show they had about 20 style options and judging by the look of their website they have yet to expand beyond that. They have over 13,000 followers on their Instagram, but surprisingly little engagement — their most recent post only has two likes. Her blog has not been updated since March of this year. Of course, it’s possible that their business is absolutely booming behind the scenes, but just looking at this info, it doesn’t look like Baubles + Soles have had a major breakthrough after their appearance in Shark Tank — yet, anyway.