Myra says her product, Eye Majic, can help your makeup look like it's been done by a professional. "I used to work at a makeup counter and … the number-one, most difficult problem they used to have was with eye shadow," Myra says. "I mean, you get the little pots with the bunch of little shades, and you have to try and figure out how to combine them."
So Myra came up with a preloaded, biodegradable color applicator for both eyes. "You take the applicator, you close your eye, you press, and you drag, and you blend," she says.
Paula and Carson have to try it for themselves! "I was skeptical," says Carson, who's sporting a sea foam green look. "I wouldn't recommend it for men, but it really makes my eyes pop," he jokes. "It's an idea that makes women's lives easier and I think that's a good thing."
Myra says she hopes to empower women if she wins. "I was raised by a single mom in Puerto Rico, and I had my first child when I was 18 and I have three girls now," she says. "I never thought in a million years that I would do anything like this."
Now it's the moment all the contestants have been waiting for! Oprah asks the audience to vote for a winner on the following criteria: the creativity of the product, how well the finalist presented their idea and how well they thought the idea would sell. After the audience votes on handheld devices, the big winner is…Aneela's Lock 'N' Bake pan!
As the big winner, QVC program host Jayne Brown says Aneela will have the opportunity to appear on QVC, which reaches 90 million homes! "But we're not going to leave you hanging," Jayne says. "We're going to walk you through the process. We're going to find some help for you with manufacturing and help you move through that if you need it." QVC will also feature the Lock 'N' Bake in a commercial and on its website. "It's a partnership, and we are so glad to have you," Jayne says.
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