The Cut Buddy is a hair-cutting and beard-shaping tool. Anyone can learn how to use it. And it comes in handy for those who don’t want or can’t afford to the visit the barber as often as they probably should. It works on adults and on children’s hair. And The Cut Buddy is a good tool for beginning barbers and salon stylists. The inventor of The Cut Buddy, Joshua Esnard of Chapel Hill, North Carolina is a CAD engineer for the U.S. Air Force and NASA. On Sunday, November 12, Esnard is pitching The Cut Buddy on Shark Tank.
The Cut Buddy is available on the company website. The Cut Buddy is also not expensive at big retailers like Amazon (see link/image above), and Walmart, among others. And it comes with a free barber tracing pencil. Keep an eye on Lori Greiner during Esnard’s pitch. In May 2016, Greiner invested $200,000 in Clea Products which makes the $20 Clea Clip, a self-hair-cutting tool. That was a success. Shark Tank airs Sundays at 9pm and 10pm on ABC. [Related: 33 Shark Tank Holiday Gifts — Smart Gifts For Men, Women, Kids, Pets]