Kookn' Kap did not get an investment from the Sharks.
Courtesy of Kooknkap.com
1. A "fashionable" cap to wear while cooking.
2. It keeps cooking smells and oils out of your hair while you work the kitchen.
3. It keeps your hair from falling into any food you're working on.
These two "Simple Life" wannabes and "entrepreneurs" must be the ditziest women to have ever entered The Tank.
Starting with a hard-to-read logo (Kookn' Karp? Kookn' Kap? Which is it?) and ending with dismal sales, this is a miss. Oh, and let's not forget their label is mis-printed, saying that the "Kap" is flammable, instead of non-flammable. (Why would you need a label cautioning your customers that your product is non-flammable?)
I always watch segments like these thinking about all the other more worthy entrepreneurs who DIDN'T get on the tank because the producers wanted to get some eye candy on the screen.
Juli Deveau and Ozma Kahn