DE602004006518T2 - Easy to apply cap for protecting and drying the hair - Google Patents

Easy to apply cap for protecting and drying the hair

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DE602004006518T2
DE602004006518T2 DE602004006518T DE602004006518T DE602004006518T2 DE 602004006518 T2 DE602004006518 T2 DE 602004006518T2 DE 602004006518 T DE602004006518 T DE 602004006518T DE 602004006518 T DE602004006518 T DE 602004006518T DE 602004006518 T2 DE602004006518 T2 DE 602004006518T2
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Didier Elie Christian Piron
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MUMIN BALKAN, SAINT CHAMOND, FR
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A42HEADWEAR
    • A42BHATS; HEAD COVERINGS
    • A42B1/00Hats; Caps; Hoods
    • A42B1/04Soft caps; Hoods
    • A42B1/041Generally peakless soft head coverings, e.g. turbans, berets

Description

  • The The present invention relates to an easy-to-install cap for Protect and drying the hair.
  • traditionally, have to Women with long hair protect them after showering or bathing Dry and use for this purpose a large towel, into which they can Curb mass of hair, by wrapping the towel around itself along a longitudinal axis. The free end of the towel is then turned back around the head and optionally with the help of a safety pin or the like recorded. this makes possible it, the hair before the hairdressing at least partially hold and to dry.
  • A very similar, if not even identical method is used in hairdressing salons and beauty salons applied. Especially in the latter, it often happens that products on the face must be applied that should not come into contact with the hair. In this case a towel wrapped in this way also serves the hair for protection.
  • A such method is cumbersome unsure of their outcome, and requires a certain amount Practice, before you can be sure about any hair were squeezed into the towel, without this afterwards solves.
  • To solve this problem, a towel has been proposed, which is folded along one of its diagonals and partially sewn to two of the sides - including the shortest side - of the mold thus obtained. This in the English patent application GB 2 248 391 A Towel described has some major disadvantages, including the fact that in the central fold due to their tapered shape no perfect hold of the hair is possible. In order to be able to secure the free end of the towel hopefully at the end that forms the hood for the head, the towel must also be folded onto itself several times, as in 3 This patent application illustrates what is particularly cumbersome.
  • Therefore the main object of the present invention is to provide a simple and to provide economical apparatus in their manufacture, with which the long hair of a person can be held by make it as easy as possible be taken together inside the device, these in Your self-contained closure contains.
  • The can be held hair be humid if, for example, the person just washed them has, or is dry, if it is only for her protection together increase.
  • The The aim of the invention is about achieved a cap to protect the hair with elongated shape, those from two side walls is formed with the general shape of a parallelepiped running along one of their long sides and their two short sides together are fixed such that they limit a first pocket, the is disposed at the proximal end of the cap and forms a hood, and define a second pocket at the distal end of the cap is arranged and a receptacle for the undulating mass of hair forms, and which is characterized in that its two ends with complementary Fasteners are provided, which can be brought into contact to close the cap around the head after having the hair in it were placed by rotating the distal end 180 ° about the longitudinal axis of the cap and this distal end is then folded over to the proximal one To cover the end.
  • The Parallelepiped shape of the walls the cap allows it to form two pockets, one proximal and one distal. These are about a middle part connected to each other, which is arranged in its extension is. The middle part also serves to absorb the hair. Nevertheless especially if the hair is longer than the total length of the cap are, the undulating mass of hair essentially through the distal Bag held.
  • The means for fixing can be made with strips of loop and hook tissue from a push-button system or a system with strap and button or from a system such as for example, known under the trademark Velcro ®.
  • Preferably if the cap is generally trapezoidal, d. H. she has two big ones General-orientation pages that converge toward each other, whereby they determine a variable depth of the cap, wherein the first bag is located on the side with the greatest depth.
  • According to a preferred embodiment of the invention, the two side walls are sewn together. It would also be a solution with other fasteners conceivable, in particular depending on the material used to make the side walls. In the event that the side walls are made of an at least partially fusible material (for example made of non-woven fiber with thermoplastic fibers), it would thus be possible to join the two walls together by hot welding gene.
  • Corresponding an embodiment The invention consists of the walls non-woven fiber such that the cap is then intended for single use is. Nonetheless, it is absolutely possible that the cap is made of one absorbent tissue of the cotton terry type is made, so this effectively contributes to the drying function of the cap.
  • advantageously, is at least an area of the non-sewn edges of the side walls, which is near at least one of the ends of the cap is curled. Preferably are the ripples then elastic.
  • To the better understanding The invention will now be described in detail with reference to the accompanying schematic Drawing described in the purely exemplary and not exhaustive one special embodiment a cap for protecting the hair is illustrated according to the invention.
  • 1 is a schematic perspective view in profile.
  • 2 is a schematic view in profile in an open configuration, before putting it on the head;
  • 3 is a schematic view in profile in an open design, after its placement on the head;
  • 4 is a schematic view in profile in a partially closed configuration, after its placement on the head;
  • 5 is a schematic view in profile in a completely closed configuration, after its placement on the head;
  • As in the 1 to 3 illustrated has the cap 1 according to the invention, an elongated shape. It is formed by two lateral walls with the general shape of a parallelepiped running along one of its long sides 2 and her two short sides 3 fastened together, such that they are a first bag 4 limit, which is arranged at the proximal end of the cap and forms a hood, and a second bag 5 limit, which is located at the distal end of the cap and allows the undulating mass of hair 6 to gather and hold together.
  • The distal pocket 5 has a smaller volume than the proximal pocket 6 which forms the hood. Nevertheless, considering that the profile of the cap is that of a parallelepiped, it is nonetheless possible to have certain more or less rounded corners 7 provide, in particular in the region of the proximal part, which forms the hood to increase comfort.
  • The two pockets, ie the proximal pocket 4 and the distal pocket 5 , are about a middle part 8th interconnected, which is arranged in its extension. The middle part also serves to absorb the hair. Nevertheless, especially when the hairs are longer than the total length of the cap, the flowing mass of the hair becomes 6 , and its end, essentially through the distal pocket 5 held.
  • The two ends of the cap are with complementary fasteners 9 which can be brought into contact to close the cap around the head after the hairs have been placed therein by rotating the distal end 180 ° about the longitudinal axis of the cap and then folding this distal end around the head cover proximal end.
  • In the in the 1 to 3 illustrated embodiment, the fastening means consist of a push button system ( 9a . 9b ). The top of the push button 9a is located on the outside of the proximal end 4 (behind the hood) and the lower part of the push button 9b is located on the inside of the distal end 5 ,
  • The both side walls are sewn together and are made of non-woven fiber, such that the cap for a single use is determined.
  • An area of the non-sewn edges of the side walls, which is near the proximal end of the cap, is with elastic crimps 10 Mistake.
  • The placement of the cap according to the invention as illustrated in the 2 to 5 is very simple.
  • First of all, you have to tilt your head forward and take the hair forward, as in 2 illustrated.
  • Then you have to put on the cap by positioning its proximal end like a hood on the head. The flowing mass of hair 6 then place inside the cap, and the distal pocket 5 provides, in particular, when the length of the hair exceeds the length of the hood, sufficient volume to accommodate the protruding length of the hair, as in 3 shown.
  • Then you have to turn the distal end of the cap 180 ° relative to the longitudinal axis of this last, as in 4 and then fold this distal end backwards, which then covers the proximal part, as in FIG 5 shown.
  • It is then easy to arrange the two push buttons opposite each other and the cap completely to close around the head.
  • It It goes without saying that the invention does not affect the Example described embodiment limited, but on the contrary all variants includes. The shape and dimensions of the cap can thus be modified to adapt to different hair lengths if necessary.

Claims (9)

  1. Cap ( 1 ) for protecting long-haired hair formed by two lateral walls of the general shape of a parallelepiped along one of its long sides ( 2 ) and its two short sides ( 3 ) are fastened together such that they form a first pocket ( 4 ), which is arranged at the proximal end of the cap and forms a hood, and a second pocket ( 5 ), which is arranged at the distal end of the cap and a receptacle for the undulating mass of hair ( 6 ), and characterized in that its two ends are provided with complementary fastening means ( 9 ), which can be brought into contact to close the cap around the head after the hairs have been placed therein by turning the distal end 180 ° about the longitudinal axis of the cap and then folding this distal end over, to cover the proximal end.
  2. Cap ( 1 ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the fastening means ( 9 ) consist of a push button system.
  3. Cap ( 1 ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the fastening means ( 9 ) consist of a system with loop and button.
  4. Cap ( 1 ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the fastening means ( 9 ) consist of a system with bands of loop and hook fabric, as known for example under the brand Velcro ® .
  5. Cap ( 1 ) according to any one of Claims 1 to 4, characterized in that it is generally trapezoidal, that is to say comprises two large sides of general orientation, which converge towards each other, thereby defining a variable depth of the cap, the proximal pocket ( 4 ) is located on the side with the greatest depth.
  6. Cap ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the two lateral walls are sewn together.
  7. Cap ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the walls are made of non-woven fiber, for a single use.
  8. Cap ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that at least one area ( 10 ) of the non-sewn edges of the side walls, which is close to at least one of the ends of the cap, is crimped.
  9. Cap ( 1 ) according to claim 8, characterized in that the crimps are elastic.
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FR0309986 2003-08-18
FR0309986A FR2858923B1 (en) 2003-08-18 2003-08-18 Charlotte with easy placement for the protection and drying of hair
PCT/FR2004/002155 WO2005018360A1 (en) 2003-08-18 2004-08-18 Easy-donning cap which is used to protect and dry the hair

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