JP2009183341A - Electric mascara applicator - Google Patents

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JP2009183341A
JP2009183341A JP2008023685A JP2008023685A JP2009183341A JP 2009183341 A JP2009183341 A JP 2009183341A JP 2008023685 A JP2008023685 A JP 2008023685A JP 2008023685 A JP2008023685 A JP 2008023685A JP 2009183341 A JP2009183341 A JP 2009183341A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To neatly apply mascara to eyelashes by an electric brush. <P>SOLUTION: The electric mascara applicator includes a supporting means to fixedly support a rodlike handle holding a brush to apply the mascara to the eyelashes, a driving means to rotate the supporting means in either of the two directions around the shaft, a power supplying electric power to the driving means, and an operating means to decide on the rotation direction of the brush and the handle and drive the driving means by the operation of a user. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2009,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an electric mascara application device that applies mascara (liquid) to eyelashes with an electric brush.

  Mascara is a cosmetic applied to eyelashes to thicken, curl or separate and spread the eyelashes. Generally, a user applies mascara to eyelashes by moving or rotating an applicator (brush or the like) with mascara by hand.

  Various improvements have been made to mascara applicators and the like. For example, Patent Document 1 discloses a technique related to an applicator that is difficult to generate a mascara lump by devising the shape of the comb teeth.

JP 2007-175257 A

  However, there is a limit to the precision of human hand movements, not to mention those who are unfamiliar with applying mascara, even those who are used to applying mascara have mascara on the eyelashes that are only a few millimeters long. It has been very difficult to apply cleanly. In particular, when mascara is applied near the roots of the eyelashes, the mascara adheres to the skin if the movement of the hand is slightly shifted, and there is a problem that handling becomes troublesome.

  Therefore, the present invention has been made to solve the above-described problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide an electric mascara application device that applies mascara cleanly and uniformly to the eyelashes with an electric brush.

  In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention provides a support means for fixing and supporting a rod-like handle for holding a brush for applying mascara to eyelashes, and the support means is arranged in either of two directions around its axis. Drive means for rotating in the direction of the power supply, power supply means for supplying power to the drive means, and operation means for determining the rotation direction of the brush and the handle and driving the drive means by a user operation. It is an electric mascara applicator characterized by comprising.

  According to the present invention, the mascara can be applied cleanly and uniformly to the eyelashes by the electric brush.

The best mode for carrying out the present invention (hereinafter referred to as “embodiment”) will be described in detail below with reference to the drawings (refer to drawings other than the referenced drawings as appropriate).
FIG. 1 is an overall configuration diagram of an electric mascara coating apparatus. As shown in FIG. 1, the electric mascara application device 100 includes a main body portion 21 and a lid portion 22.

The main body 21 includes a lamp 1 (light emitting means), a power supply port 2, a housing part 3, a rechargeable battery 4 (power supply means), a motor 5 (drive means), a motor shaft 6 (support means), and a switch 9 (operation means). I have.
The lamp 1 is connected to the rechargeable battery 4 and shines in two or more colors according to the charge amount of the rechargeable battery 4. The lamp 1 is, for example, an LED (light emitting diode), and emits green light when the charge amount of the rechargeable battery 4 is sufficient, and emits red light when the charge amount of the rechargeable battery 4 is insufficient. The emission color of the lamp 1 is not limited to red and green, and may be any color such as white, yellow, blue, purple, or an intermediate color thereof.

The power supply port 2 is a hole for inserting a connector of a cable connected to an external power supply into the rechargeable battery 4 when charging the rechargeable battery 4 (described later in FIG. 7).
The accommodating portion 3 is an outer frame member in the main body portion 21 and is a portion that the user grips with hands. The accommodating part 3 is provided with a groove part 13. In addition, although the accommodating part 3 can be isolate | separated into two with a cap type for taking in / out of an internal component etc., it demonstrates as an integral thing on account of description.

The rechargeable battery 4 is a battery that can be charged from an external power source, such as a lithium rechargeable battery or a manganese rechargeable battery. The rechargeable battery 4 supplies power to the lamp 1 and the motor 5 according to the operation of the switch 9 (details will be described later).
The motor 5 is supplied with electric power from the rechargeable battery 4 and rotates the motor shaft 6 at a constant speed in one of two directions around the shaft.

  The motor shaft 6 fixes and supports the brush bar 78 at the handle 7, and rotates integrally with the brush bar 78 in one of two directions by the power of the motor 5. The motor shaft 6 has a spring 61 inside. The upper end of the spring 61 in FIG. 1 is fixed to the motor shaft 6.

  The brush bar 78 includes a handle 7 and a brush 8. The handle 7 is an axis in the brush bar 78 and also serves as a handle for the user to hold the brush bar 78 by hand. The brush 8 is an applicator for applying mascara to the eyelashes. The brush bar 78 is fixedly supported on the motor shaft 6 at a rectangular parallelepiped end portion 71 at one end of the handle 7, and rotates integrally with the motor shaft 6 by the power of the motor 5. The brush 8 is made of a plurality of substantially disc-shaped chemical fibers (rayon or the like) or synthetic fibers (nylon or the like) here, but may be natural fibers (hair or cotton or the like). In addition, the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 may be a single rod-like one, or may have a structure in which only the portion to which the brush 8 is attached can be replaced in the middle. .

  The switch 9 is an operation means for the user to operate any one of rotation in one direction, rotation in the other direction, and stop with respect to the movement of the brush bar 78.

  The lid portion 22 is composed of the container 11 having the groove portion 10. The container 11 can be filled with a mascara 12. In addition, the main body 21 and the lid 22 can be integrated by engaging the groove 13 of the main body 21 and the groove 10 of the lid 22.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a state in which the main body portion 21 and the lid portion 22 of the electric mascara coating apparatus 100 are integrated. As shown in FIG. 2, the main body 21 and the lid 22 can be integrated by engaging the groove 13 of the main body 21 and the groove 10 of the lid 22. At this time, the electric mascara applicator 100 has a structure in which the brush 8 of the brush bar 78 is immersed in the mascara 12.

  Next, a structure in which the motor shaft 6 fixedly supports the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 will be described. FIGS. 3A to 3D are views showing a state in which the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 is fixedly supported on the motor shaft 6, and the upper drawing is a cross-sectional view taken along the line XX in FIG. Is a perspective view of the vicinity of the motor shaft 6 of FIG.

As shown in FIGS. 3A and 3B, when the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 is fixedly supported on the motor shaft 6, the user inserts the end portion 71 of the handle 7 from the open portion at the bottom of the motor shaft 6. .
Thereafter, as shown in FIGS. 3B and 3C, the user rotates the handle 7 by 90 degrees about the axis thereof in a state where the spring 61 is pressed and compressed by the end 71.

Subsequently, as shown in FIGS. 3C and 3D, when the user rotates the handle 7 by 90 degrees about its axis and then weakens the force applied to the handle 7, the handle 7 is moved to the spring 61. Is pushed back downward by the extension force of the motor, fits into the concave structure portion of the motor shaft 6, and is fixedly supported by the motor shaft 6.
In this way, the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 is fixedly supported by the motor shaft 6 so that the brush bar 78 and the motor shaft 6 can rotate together.

  Next, the external appearance of the electric mascara application device 100 will be described. FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating an external appearance of the electric mascara coating apparatus 100. The main body portion 21 and the lid portion 22 have an elongated and substantially cylindrical shape with substantially the same diameter, and have a compact structure that is easy for a user to hold by hand and that can be easily stored in a bag or the like. Further, the flat portion 3a and the flat portion 11a are provided in the container portion 3 of the main body portion 21 and the container 11 of the lid portion 22, respectively. The flat surface portion 3a and the flat surface portion 11a prevent the electric mascara applicator 100 that is charging the rechargeable battery 4 from rolling even when placed horizontally on a horizontal surface such as a table (details will be described later in FIG. 7). .

  FIG. 5 is a top view when the main body 21 is viewed from the direction of the arrow Y in FIG. As shown in FIG. 5, the power supply port 2 and the lamp 1 are arranged on the upper surface of the housing portion 3 of the main body portion 21.

FIG. 6 is an electric circuit diagram in the main body 21. As shown in FIG. 6, the switch 9 is provided with six contacts A to F (A, B, C, D, E and F).
When the switch 9 is in the “OFF” position (see FIG. 4), the contacts A to F are open, no electric power is supplied to the motor 5, and the motor 5 is stopped.

When the switch 9 is in the “LEFT” position (see FIG. 4), the contact A and the contact C, and the contact B and the contact D are respectively connected. Thereby, a closed circuit is formed, electric power is supplied from the rechargeable battery 4 to the motor 5, and the motor 5 rotates in one direction.
When the switch 9 is in the “RIGHT” position (see FIG. 4), the contact C and the contact E, and the contact D and the contact F are connected to each other. Thereby, a closed circuit is formed, electric power is supplied from the rechargeable battery 4 to the motor 5, and the motor 5 rotates in the other direction.

  In this way, the user can rotate the brush bar 78 in any one of the two directions by sliding the switch 9 to one of the positions “LEFT” and “RIGHT”. Note that “LEFT” and “RIGHT” only need to be in directions opposite to each other, and do not mean absolute directions based on the structure of the electric mascara coating apparatus 100.

  FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating how the electric mascara coating apparatus 100 is charged. As shown in FIG. 7, when charging the electric mascara applicator 100, the user first places the electric mascara applicator 100 horizontally on a horizontal surface such as a table. At that time, the electric mascara applicator 100 can be stabilized by placing the electric mascara applicator 100 so that the flat portion 3a and the flat portion 11a are in contact with the horizontal plane (the electric mascara applicator 100 does not roll).

  Then, the user inserts the plug 32 of the cable 30 into the outlet 40 of the commercial power supply, and inserts the connector 31 of the cable 30 into the power supply port 2 of the electric mascara applicator 100, so that the rechargeable battery 4 of the electric mascara applicator 100 is connected. Can be charged.

  FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating a state in which the mascara is applied to the user's eyelashes using the electric mascara application device 100. As shown in FIG. 8, the user 50 grips the accommodating portion 3 with the hand 51 and slides the switch 9 to rotate the brush bar 78 in a desired direction. Thereafter, the user 50 can apply mascara to the eyelashes 52 by moving the main body 21 so that the brush 8 of the brush bar 78 touches the eyelashes 52.

FIG. 9 is an external view showing another embodiment of the electric mascara coating apparatus. Hereinafter, the same code | symbol is provided to the structure same as the electric mascara application apparatus 100 of FIGS. 1-8, and the overlapping description is abbreviate | omitted.
As shown in FIG. 9, the electric mascara application device 100 a includes a main body portion 21 a and a lid portion 22.

The main body portion 21a is slightly different from the main body portion 21 (see FIG. 4) of the electric mascara application device 100, and the upper portion is slightly thicker. The accommodating portion 3b is provided with a flat surface portion 3ba and a remaining charge gauge 90.
The remaining charge gauge 90 is a display unit that indicates the remaining amount of the rechargeable battery 4.

  Thus, according to the electric mascara coating device 100a, even when the size of the rechargeable battery 4 or the motor 5 is slightly larger, the rechargeable battery 4 or the motor 5 is accommodated in the accommodating portion 3b, thereby realizing a compact configuration as a whole. Can do. Further, the remaining charge gauge 90 allows the user to recognize the remaining charge of the rechargeable battery 4. That is, since the remaining charge amount of the rechargeable battery 4 can be grasped in more detail than when only the lamp 1 is used, a flexible response such as charging early can be performed.

  In this way, according to the electric mascara application device 100 (100a) of the present embodiment, the user only moves the main body 21 (21a) in a little parallel manner without manually rotating the brush bar 78 as in the prior art. With this, mascara can be applied quickly and evenly to the eyelashes. That is, even a user who is unfamiliar with applying mascara can easily and accurately apply mascara to the eyelashes (as desired at the desired location).

In addition, since the brush bar 78 is rotated by the motor 5, the rotation speed of the brush bar 78 can be kept constant, and the mascara can be stably applied to the eyelashes (the eyelashes can be spread and separated cleanly). . That is, mascara can be applied to the eyelashes much more stably than when using a mainspring instead of the motor 5.
Further, since the user can freely select the rotation direction of the brush bar 78, the mascara can be easily and accurately applied to any of the four eyelashes above and below the eyes.

In addition, by using the rechargeable battery 4 as a power source of the motor 5 instead of a primary battery that cannot be charged, a used battery is not generated, which is environmentally friendly.
Furthermore, since the charging state of the rechargeable battery 4 can be understood by looking at the lamp 1, the rechargeable battery 4 can be charged at an appropriate timing.

Further, since the brush bar 78 can be attached to and detached from the main body 21 (21a), the old brush bar 78 can be replaced with a new brush bar 78, or the brush bar 78 can be replaced to use a mascara of a different color. It becomes easy.
Further, by rotating the brush bar 78 by the motor 5, an effect that the eyelashes can be curled neatly is produced.

  In addition, despite having the power mechanism of the rechargeable battery 4 and the motor 5, the main body portion 21 (21a) and the lid portion 22 are formed in an elongated and substantially cylindrical shape having substantially the same diameter, and the lid portion 22 is a container for storing mascara. By also serving as a role, the electric mascara coating device 100 (100a) having a compact structure convenient for use and storage can be realized.

  Furthermore, when charging the rechargeable battery 4, the rechargeable battery 4 is not taken out of the housing portion 3 (3 b) but from the external power source while the rechargeable battery 4 is fixed inside the housing portion 3 (3 b). Therefore, charging can be performed easily and quickly.

As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not limited to this, It can implement in the range which does not change the meaning.
For example, the shapes of the main body portion 21 (21a) and the lid portion 22 may not be cylindrical, but may be other shapes such as a rectangular parallelepiped shape.

The motor 5 may be provided with a speed reduction mechanism using a gear or the like.
Further, the rotation speed of the brush bar 78 may be any speed, whether fast or slow, as long as the mascara can be neatly applied to the eyelashes in consideration of the nature of the brush 8 and the like. Further, the rotation speed of the motor 5 may be set in multiple stages.
Moreover, it is good also as a structure where batteries other than the rechargeable battery 4 can be separately incorporated and operated in an emergency or the like.

  Furthermore, the internal structure of the motor shaft 6 that engages with the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 may be provided with a protrusion instead of providing a recess. Further, the spring 61 may not be provided inside the motor shaft 6. Further, the end portion 71 of the handle 7 may not be a substantially rectangular parallelepiped, but may be another shape such as an oval shape or a hook shape. In other words, another structure may be used as long as the motor shaft 6 and the handle 7 of the brush bar 78 can be engaged and rotate integrally.

Further, in order to prevent mascara leakage, etc., an O-ring, resin packing, or the like may be arranged at various places.
Further, the switch 9 may not be a slide type but may be a push type.
In addition, the whole and specific configurations of the components can be appropriately changed without departing from the gist of the present invention.

It is a whole lineblock diagram of an electric mascara application device. It is a figure which shows a mode that the main-body part 21 and the cover part 22 of the electric mascara application apparatus 100 were integrated. (A)-(d) is a figure which shows a mode that the brush bar 78 is fixedly supported to the motor shaft 6, respectively, an upper figure is XX arrow sectional drawing of FIG. 2, and a lower figure is FIG. It is a perspective view of the motor shaft 6 vicinity. It is a figure which shows the external appearance of the electric mascara application apparatus. It is a top view at the time of seeing the main-body part 21 from the Y arrow direction of FIG. 3 is an electric circuit diagram in a main body portion 21. It is a figure which shows a mode that it charges with respect to the electric mascara application apparatus. It is a figure which shows a mode that mascara is apply | coated to a user's eyelashes using the electric mascara application apparatus. It is an external view which shows other embodiment of an electric mascara application apparatus.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Lamp 2 Power supply port 3 Storage part 3a Plane part 4 Rechargeable battery (power supply means)
5 Motor (drive means)
6 Motor shaft (support means)
7 Handle 8 Brush 9 Switch (Operating means)
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Groove part 11 Container 11a Plane part 12 Mascara 13 Groove part 21 Main body part 22 Cover part 30 Cable 31 Connector 32 Plug 40 Outlet 50 User 51 Hand 52 Eyelash 61 Spring 71 End part 78 Brush bar 100 Electric mascara application device

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  1. Support means for fixing and supporting a rod-like handle for holding a brush for applying mascara to the eyelashes;
    Drive means for rotating the support means in either of two directions around its axis;
    Power supply means for supplying power to the drive means;
    Operation means for determining the rotation direction of the brush and the handle and driving the driving means by a user operation;
    An electric mascara applicator characterized by comprising:
  2.   The electric mascara applicator according to claim 1, wherein the support means is detachable from the handle.
  3.   The electric mascara applicator according to claim 1, wherein the power supply means is a rechargeable battery.
  4.   The electric mascara applicator according to claim 3, further comprising light emitting means connected to the rechargeable battery and shining in two or more colors according to a charge amount of the rechargeable battery.
  5.   The electric mascara applicator according to claim 3, further comprising display means for displaying a charge amount of the rechargeable battery.
  6. An accommodating portion for accommodating the supporting means, the driving means, and the power supply means;
    A lid that engages with the housing,
    The electric mascara applicator according to claim 1, wherein the lid portion also serves as a container for storing the mascara.
  7. The electric mascara applicator according to claim 6, wherein the power supply means is a rechargeable battery, is fixed inside the housing portion, and receives charging from an external power supply in the fixed state.
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