KR200404002Y1 - Electric mascara - Google Patents

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KR200404002Y1
KR200404002Y1 KR20-2005-0028145U KR20050028145U KR200404002Y1 KR 200404002 Y1 KR200404002 Y1 KR 200404002Y1 KR 20050028145 U KR20050028145 U KR 20050028145U KR 200404002 Y1 KR200404002 Y1 KR 200404002Y1
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정해원
김주호
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주식회사 태평양
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Priority claimed from EP20050808731 external-priority patent/EP1893050A4/en
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D34/00Containers or accessories specially adapted for handling liquid toilet or cosmetic substances, e.g. perfumes
    • A45D34/04Appliances specially adapted for applying liquid, e.g. using roller or ball
    • A45D34/042Appliances specially adapted for applying liquid, e.g. using roller or ball using a brush or the like
    • A45D34/045Appliances specially adapted for applying liquid, e.g. using roller or ball using a brush or the like connected to the cap of the container
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B13/00Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers
    • A46B13/02Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers power-driven carriers
    • A46B13/023Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers power-driven carriers with means for inducing vibration to the bristles
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D51/00Closures not otherwise provided for
    • B65D51/24Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes
    • B65D51/32Closures not otherwise provided for combined or co-operating with auxiliary devices for non-closing purposes with brushes or rods for applying or stirring contents
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D2200/00Details not otherwise provided for in A45D
    • A45D2200/20Additional enhancing means
    • A45D2200/207Vibration, e.g. ultrasound
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B2200/00Brushes characterized by their functions, uses or applications
    • A46B2200/10For human or animal care
    • A46B2200/1046Brush used for applying cosmetics
    • A46B2200/1053Cosmetics applicator specifically for mascara
    • A46B2200/106Cosmetics applicator specifically for mascara including comb like element

Abstract

The present invention relates to an electric mascara, and more particularly, to simplify the structure of the rotary switch that operates the motor and at the same time reduce the vibration noise generated from the motor, as well as to improve the brush to remove the eyelashes during eyelash makeup In addition to preventing, the present invention relates to a design that allows the eyelashes to be neatly combed without pulling.
The present invention is an electric mascara in which a brush is installed in which a brush is rotated by being connected to a motor mounted in a lid body.
At the end of the brush 70, a rubber brush 80 having a comb teeth 81 formed by a continuous repetition of the mountain 82 and the valley 83 is installed, and a silicon cover and a simplified rotary switch for noise reduction of the motor are installed. It can be achieved by the electric mascara installed.

Description

 Electric mascara {Electric mascara}

The present invention relates to an electric mascara, and more particularly, to simplify the structure of the rotary switch that operates the motor and at the same time reduce the vibration noise generated from the motor, as well as to improve the brush to remove the eyelashes during eyelash makeup In addition to preventing, the present invention relates to a design that allows the eyelashes to be neatly combed without pulling.

In general, mascara is a cosmetic used to decorate eyelashes to make them look long and thick. Since the eyelashes are usually extended straight up and down, they form a wave to make the eyelashes beautiful.

A typical mascara that is used for eyelash makeup is a manual mascara that performs eyelash makeup while the user directly rotates the mascara brush.

The manual mascara is not used to the eyelash makeup is difficult to roll up the eyelashes, of course, the eyelashes are not curled up to create a beautiful eyelashes, and while turning the mascara brush, combing the eyelashes while clumsy mascara Not uniformly applied and agglomeration occurs.

In order to solve the problem of the manual mascara, the applicant of the present application has registered a utility model as the electric mascara as shown in Figs.

1 is an electric mascara brush of Korean Utility Model Registration No. 326065, FIG. 2 is an electric mascara of Korean Utility Model Registration No. 341762, FIG. 3 is an electric mascara brush of Korean Utility Model Registration No. 334143, and FIG. 4 is a Korean utility model 5, b, c are variously conceived as rotary switches of electric mascara of Korean Utility Model Registration No. 358513.

The electric mascara described above has the advantage that anyone can beautify eyelashes makeup easily because the brush installed with the brush is rotated by a motor.

Electric mascara that is to make the eyelashes makeup by automatically rotating the brush as described above will have a lot of difference depending on what brush is used to comb the eyelashes.

Currently, the brush used in the electric mascara uses a brush formed by twisting a brush head made of synthetic resin on an iron core. The brush is twisted spirally when the brush head made of synthetic resin is twisted on an iron core. Since the brush hair is formed in a spiral shape with respect to the iron core, when the brush is attached to the electric mascara and the eyelashes are rolled up, the eyelashes are not neatly combed upward but are oriented in one direction. When the eyelashes are tangled up with a brush, such as tangling the hair in the comb or even the hair falls out, the eyelashes become tangled. A big problem This was caused.

On the other hand, one of the objectives of high-end electric mascara and the way to freely switch the direction of rotation of the brush, as shown in Fig. 5a, b, c is the use of rotary switches, but the structure of the rotary switch is complicated assembly The problem of rising production costs due to production and manufacturing has arisen.

In addition, the electric mascara shown in the prior art had a disadvantage that a lot of driving noise of the motor occurs.

The present invention has been devised to solve the conventional problems, the purpose of which is to drive by using a rubber brush that forms a comb-shaped comb in the form of a continuous repetition of peaks and valleys along the outer circumferential surface at the end of the rotating rod by the motor When combing the eyelashes, the eyelashes can be combed smoothly without being pulled out, and the lashes tangled and even the eyelashes are removed, which was observed when using a brush having a brush hair made of synthetic resin. By installing the reducer on the mascara cover with the silicone cover, the noise generated from the motor and the reducer is reduced, and the structure of the rotary switch that changes the direction of rotation while operating the motor is simplified. Electricity minimizes cost increase It is to provide a mascara.

The present invention for achieving the above object, in the electric mascara is provided with a brush that is connected to the rotating mascara brush is connected to the motor mounted in the lid body,

At the end of the brush 70, a rubber brush 80 having a comb teeth 81 formed by successive repetitions of the peaks 82 and the valleys 83 is installed, and the silicon cover 40 for noise reduction of the motor 1 is provided. And a simplified rotary switch 50 can be achieved by an electric mascara characterized in that it is installed.

Hereinafter, described in detail by the accompanying drawings a preferred embodiment for achieving the above object is as follows.

As shown in FIGS. 6 to 13, the electric mascara according to the present invention is a mascara container 10 in which mascara liquid is accommodated, and a rubber brush for applying eyelash makeup by applying mascara liquid contained in the mascara container 10. ) Is composed of a mascara lid 20 is installed through the brush 70.

The mascara container 10 is provided with a blade 11 in the opening so that the appropriate amount of mascara liquid can be present in the rubber brush (80).

The mascara lid 20 is provided with a motor 1 and a speed reducer 2 for reducing the rotational speed of the motor 1 and a rotor including a battery 3 for driving the motor 1. Tooth switch 50 is installed so as to be located on the upper side of the motor (1).

The motor 1 and the reducer 2 are installed by being covered by a silicon cover 40 made of silicon so as to block the generation of vibration noise generated during driving.

It is preferable that the rotational speed of the rubber brush 80 operating as the motor 1 is maintained at 25 rpm to 30 rpm by passing through the reducer 2.

When the rotational speed of the rubber brush 80 is slower than 25 rpm, the mascara liquid agglomerates and a problem that consumers are frustrated with use.

And when the rotational speed of the rubber brush (80) is faster than 30rpm, the mascara liquid dries out before the end of the eyelash makeup, the rubber brush (80) is too fast to go exactly to the eyelashes, even the atmosphere is difficult and even Can occur even when stabbing the eye, so there is a risk in use.

The rod 70 is connected to the rotary shaft 2a of the reducer 2 by D-cutting, and the brush 70 is provided with a rubber brush 80.

The rubber brush 80 forms a comb 81 formed by successively repeating the peaks 82 and the valleys 83 along the circumference of the outer circumference.

The comb teeth 81 form a stacked shape of discs, and are formed in a direction perpendicular to the axial direction.

The rotary switch 50 for selectively supplying the power of the battery 3 to the motor 1 is grounded to the + electrode of the battery 3 and the + pole terminal of the motor 1 as shown in FIG. The battery + ground terminal 52 which is selectively grounded on the electrode ground piece 21a connected to (1a) is installed, and on the opposite side is grounded to the negative electrode of the battery 3 and at the same time the -pole terminal of the motor 1 ( It is formed of a battery-ground terminal 53 which is selectively grounded to the electrode ground piece (21b) connected to 1b).

The activity regulating protrusions 51a and 51b of the rotary switch 50 are left in the active grooves 22a and 22b formed at the upper edge of the mascara lid 20 on which the electrode ground pieces 21a and 21b are installed. , The right activity, the activity regulating projections (51a) (51b) is inserted into the regulation hole (61a) (61b) formed in the inner side of the rotary knob (60) which is mounted undercut on the mascara lid (20), the rotary knob ( By turning left and right 60, the battery + ground terminal 52 and the battery-ground terminal 53 can be selectively grounded with respect to the electrode ground pieces 21a and 21b which supply power to the motor 1 while rotating. It is configured to.

The rotary switch 50 has a battery seating groove 54 in which the battery 3 is seated.

The rotary knob 60 is equipped with a battery cap 62 to enable replacement after the end of the service life of the battery (3).

The rotary switch 50 is positioned above the motor 1, and the left and right rotations are smoothly made by the sliding plate 90 in the mascara lid 20.

The electric mascara of the present invention having the above-described configuration is assembled by fitting the motor 1 and the reducer 2 covered by the silicon cover 40 inside the mascara lid 20 from the top to the bottom.

At this time, the fixing holder (23a) formed of the electrode ground piece (21a) (21b) connected to the +,-pole terminals (1a) (1b) of the motor (1) by an electric wire to the upper inner surface of the mascara lid (20) ( To 23b).

As described above, the sliding plate 90 is positioned above the motor 1 in a state in which the motor 1 and the speed reducer 2 are assembled.

Thereafter, the rotary switch 50 is assembled.

When assembling the rotary switch 50, assembling the active regulation protrusion (51a) (51b) to be positioned in the center of the active groove (22a) (22b) formed by the upper edge of the mascara lid (20) and then the mascara lid (20) Under-mounting the rotary knob 60 on the top.

When the rotary knob 60 is undercut to the mascara lid 60, the activity regulating protrusions 51a and 51b of the rotary switch 50 may be inserted into the restriction holes 61a and 61b formed therein. do.

Insert the battery 3 into the battery seating groove 54 of the rotary switch 50 in the state that the mounting of the rotary knob 60 is completed.

As described above, the battery 3 fitted to the rotary switch 50 has the negative electrode grounded at the battery electrode terminal 53 and the positive electrode grounded at the battery positive electrode terminal 52.

When the battery 3 is mounted on the rotary switch 50, the battery cap 62 is mounted on the rotation knob 60.

Mascara lid by assembling the motor 1 and the reducer 2 for reducing the rotation of the motor 1 to the mascara lid 20 and the rotary switch 50 for switching and supplying power to the motor 1 as described above. In the state where the assembly of the (20) is completed, the rubber brush (80) is installed is connected to the rotary shaft (2a) of the reducer (2) is installed.

The rubber brush 80 installed on the sole 70 is inserted into the coupling hole 72 formed at the front end of the insert 84 protruding to one side.

When inserting the brush 70, the rotary shaft of the reducer 2 moves the D-cutting groove 71 formed on the upper portion of the brush 70 in a state where the upper portion of the brush 70 is positioned below the mascara lid 20. Assemble in 2a).

When the eyelash makeup is to be performed using the electric mascara formed as described above, the mascara liquid contained in the mascara container 10 is buried in the rubber brush 80 installed in the brush 70.

The rubber brush 80 is taken out of the mascara container 10 in a state where the mascara liquid is buried in the rubber brush 80.

Then, by operating the rotary knob 60 installed on the mascara lid 20 to rotate the rubber brush (80).

11 is a state in which the rotary knob 60 is located in the neutral state and the power supply of the battery 3 is short-circuited, and the battery grounding terminal 52 or the battery grounding terminal 53 is connected to the electrode ground pieces 21a and 21b. ) Are not grounded.

When the rubber brush 80 is to be rotated in one direction to make the eyelashes, turn the rotation knob 60 clockwise as shown in FIG. 12 to dry the battery + ground terminal 52 grounded at the + electrode of the battery 3. Is grounded to the electrode ground piece 21a connected to the + electrode terminal 1a of the motor 1 so that the + electrode of the battery 3 is supplied, and the battery is grounded to the negative electrode of the battery 3. The ground terminal 53 is grounded to the electrode ground piece 21b connected to the electrode terminal 1b of the motor 1 so that the -electrode of the battery 3 is supplied.

As described above, as the power of the battery 3 is supplied to the motor 1, the rubber brush 80 installed in the brush 70 is rotated in the forward direction (clockwise rotation).

FIG. 13 shows the electrode ground in which the battery + ground terminal 52 grounded at the + electrode of the battery 3 is connected to the negative electrode terminal 1b of the motor 1 by turning the rotation knob 60 counterclockwise. The + electrode of the battery 3 is grounded to the piece 21b, and the battery-ground terminal 53 grounded to the-electrode of the battery 3 is connected to the + electrode terminal 1a of the motor 1. The -electrode of the battery 3 is grounded to the electrode ground piece 21a which is connected to the ground.

As the power of the battery 3 is supplied to the motor 1 as described above, the rubber brush 80 installed on the brush 70 is rotated counterclockwise.

The eyelash makeup is performed by using the rubber brush 80 selected by the rotation direction of the rotary switch 50, which is generated from the motor 1 and the reducer 2 when the rubber brush 80 rotates. The noise of the motor 1 and the reducer 2 is covered with the silicon cover 40 and is installed on the mascara lid 20 so that the user can hardly hear the noise.

As described above, when the rubber brush 80 having the rotation direction selected is applied to the eyelashes, the bone 82 of the rubber brush 80 constituting the comb teeth 81 is formed by successively repeating the acid 82 and the bone 83. The mascara fluid is buried in the eyelashes, the acid 82 is placed side by side with respect to the eyelashes are neatly combing the eyelashes will be automatically curled up to make up the eyelashes makeup.

As described above, the electric mascara of the present invention has a disc-shaped comb 81 formed by successively repeating the mountain 82 and the valley 83 along the outer circumferential surface of the brush rod 70 rotated by the motor 1. By installing and using a rubber brush 80 made of a laminated shape, when the eyelashes are automatically combed, the eyelashes are not neatly combed without being pulled, and the eyelashes tangled when using a brush having a brush hair made of conventional synthetic resin. To solve the pull-up caused by the entanglement and the problem that the eyelashes are pulled out by the tangling together, by installing the motor (1) and the reducer (2) with a silicone cover 40 to the mascara lid (20), the motor (1) and reducer The noise generated in (2) is significantly reduced, and the structure of the rotary switch 50 which switches the rotational direction while operating the motor 1 and at the same time is simplified. Joe is complex and has the advantage that minimizes the cost increase factor of the product who generated a diversification of the parts.

1 is an exemplary view of a conventional electric mascara.

Figure 2 is another embodiment of the conventional electric mascara.

Figure 3 is another embodiment of the conventional electric mascara.

Figure 4 is another embodiment of the conventional electric mascara.

Figure 5a is a cross-sectional view of the rotary switch portion of the conventional electric mascara.

Figure 5b is an exploded perspective view of the rotary switch of Figure 5a.

Figure 5c is a perspective view of the combination of Figure 5b.

6 is an overall schematic view of the electric mascara according to the present invention.

Figure 7 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of the mascara cap of the electric mascara according to the present invention,

8 is an exploded perspective view of the mascara lid of the electric mascara according to the present invention.

Figure 9 is an exploded perspective view of the rubber brush of the electric mascara according to the present invention.

10 is a cross-sectional view of the rubber brush of the electric mascara according to the present invention.

11 is an illustration of a rotary switch in a state in which the electric mascara according to the present invention is off.

Figure 12 is an illustration of a rotary switch in a state in which the rotary knob of the electric mascara of the present invention is rotated in the forward direction (clockwise direction) to rotate the rubber brush in the forward direction.

Figure 13 is an illustration of a rotary switch in a state of rotating the rubber brush in the opposite direction by turning the rotary knob of the electric mascara of the present invention in the reverse direction (counterclockwise rotation).

<Description of the symbols for the main parts of the drawings>

10: mascara container 20: mascara lid

21a, 21b: electrode grounding piece 22a, 22b: active groove

23a, 23b: fixed holder 40: silicon cover

50: rotary switch 51a, 51b: activity regulation projection

52: Battery + Ground Terminal 53: Battery-Ground Terminal

60: rotation handle 61a, 61b: regulation groove

62: battery cap 70: brush

71: D-cutting groove 72: coupling hole

80: rubber brush 81: comb teeth

82: mountain 83: goal

90: sliding plate

Claims (4)

  1. In the electric mascara equipped with a mascara brush is mounted on the lid and connected to a motor that is rotated by a rotary switch, the brush is rotated,
    At the end of the brush 70, a rubber brush 80 having a comb teeth 81 formed by successive repetitions of the peaks 82 and the valleys 83 is provided, and the motor 1 and the power supply to which the reducer 2 is attached are provided. Electric mascara characterized by a switch installed.
  2. The electrode switch piece 21a (21b) according to claim 1, wherein the power switch is a rotary switch (50), and the rotary switch (50) is mounted on fixing holders (23a) (23b) of the mascara lid (20). The battery + ground terminal 52 and the battery-ground terminal 53 which are selectively grounded with respect to) are formed, and a battery seating groove 54 into which the battery 3 is inserted is formed, and the motor 1 Electric mascara, characterized in that the slide is rotated via the sliding plate 90 located in the upper portion.
  3. The electric mascara according to claim 1, wherein the motor (1) to which the speed reducer (2) is attached is covered by a silicon cover (40).
  4. The electric mascara of claim 1, wherein the rotation speed of the rubber brush is 25 rpm to 30 rpm.
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EP20050808731 EP1893050A4 (en) 2005-06-10 2005-10-21 Electric mascara
PCT/KR2005/003515 WO2006132459A1 (en) 2005-06-10 2005-10-21 Electric mascara
CN2005800499339A CN101184412B (en) 2005-06-10 2005-10-21 Electric mascara
US11/914,444 US8001981B2 (en) 2005-06-10 2005-10-21 Electric mascara
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