US2004581A - Method of and means for shaping or arching eyebrows - Google Patents

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US2004581A
US2004581A US73509734A US2004581A US 2004581 A US2004581 A US 2004581A US 73509734 A US73509734 A US 73509734A US 2004581 A US2004581 A US 2004581A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A45D2/00Hair-curling or hair-waving appliances ; Appliances for hair dressing treatment not otherwise provided for
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BROWS June 11, 1935. w. MEYER OF AND MEANS FOR SHAPING OR ARCHING EYE Filed July 14, 1934 METHOD f/z-zreni'or: I E Mai/2am Mgy-ar Patented June 11, 1935 UNITE 5 METHOD OF AND MEANS FOR SHAPING 0R ARCHING EYEBROWS' William Meier, Chicago, IlL; Lina V R. Meyer executrix of said William Meyer, deceased Application July 14, 1934, Serial 1555735597 17 Claims. (01. 128455) or desired shape.

The. princ'pal object of the present invention Inthe draWing: 5 formed with a conical or tapered end 41 anda Figure l is a side view of a machine embodying rounded or pointed tip 48. the principles of the The angular a section taken along the line 44 21 of FigureZ.

Referring now more particularly to Figure 1,

gear 5! is disposed between 55 the forward wall of the casing 2| ward end of the elongated bushing 26.

:2I .is inserted guiar notch el, to the conduit casing,

ence numeral and the for- Since the gear is securely fastened to the shaft. 29, the latter is by this means held against axial displacement in the casing 21.

The shaft 21 forms the driving shaft of the rotatable roll assembly, and to this end the rear portion of theshaft 21 is hollowed out, as at 55, and is slotted as at 56 for the purpose of receiving the'end of a driving pin 58 adapted to enter the slot 55. 51 is operatively connected with the ing means enclosed within theiconduit l3;

The rearmost end of 60 which is adapted to be received within thelate The driving pin,

erally angled portion SI of theslot l 1, this means thereby forming a bayonet joint between the head l5 of the driving conduit and erating head 2!. The conduit a spring-pressed withthe' pin 63 entering the slotor notch .flglagainstthe tension of the spring-pressed plunger 65,. the pin is adapted to enter the anwhereby the head His secured and at the same time the feather 58 enter's'the slot 55 in the driving shaft 21.1 Hence theactuation of the electric causes the motor 6 to considerable speed and in the diarrows shown; in Figure 2.

' In Figure 2 I have shown the position of the devicelwhen the same is in operation in shaping or arching an eyebrow,

1B. The rounded or pointed ends 33 and 48. facilitate the entrance of a hair between the rotating rolls 29 and 4B, and as soon as the hair is seized by therolls, rotating in the direction indicatedin Figure 2, the hair is rapidly-withdrawn from the skin by being pulled upwardly and backw'ardlytherefrom. The backward pull is the result of the tendency of the hair to'travel toward the casing 2! as it enters between the rolls, this travel being the result of the tendency of the hair larger diameter portions of "the rolls in much the same manner in'whicha. belt tends to travel toward the larger diameter, of a crown pulley. The casing 2| is used as a hand piece in the operation of the device. The spring pressing of the roll '40 provides forv accommodation of the hair or hairs in between the conical ends 32 and 41 of the rolls 29 and d0, 'tha'tisas a hair enters between the rolls the spring 43 will allow slight shifting of'the roll 4!), as exaggerated in dotted lines in Figure 3, and this shifting of sleeve l5 carries the roll 40 will provide the'space necessary to accommodate the hair between the rolls. At the same time, the spring' l3 holds the gear 52 yieldably inengag'enient with the gear 5|. As soon as the hair beingplucked is. well-between the conical ends 32 and 41, there is a tendency for the hair to work rearwardly as the rolls rotate, and it is engaged and plucked by tins-upward and backward action 'of'the rolls In-the operation. of the device the motor 6 is energized and the hand piece or casing 2 is held in the positionshown in Figure 2. Then the device is moved progressively along the eyebrow-,. as to the left, in Figure 2, so that the hairs to be remo between the tips 33 and 48. The rapidly rotating rolls withdraw the hairs, and the latter are at the same time shifted rearwardlyjpto permit the'entrance of other hairs,'asjust explained, so that the eyebrow may be. quickly. and convenient- 51 having a feather' flexible drivthe sleeve 26 carries a pinendwise adjacentthe the casing or op plunger 65, and'when the head comprisesholding the pointed tating roll endwise along indicated by the referto travel toward the for driving the ved aredirected into the space structure in which the principles of the present invention have been embodied, it is to be understood that my invention is not to be limited to the specific details shown and described above, but that, in fact, widely differentmeans may be employed in the practice of the broader aspects of my invention.

i What I claim, therefore, and desire to secure by Letters Patent is: '1; The method of plucking hair which comprises holding the'pointed end of a rotating roll hair, pressing the hair against the pointed end of the roll which is moving' away from the "skin to impart an outward pull upon the-hair-and simultaneously to move the hair backwardly along the surface of the rOlL' 2; The method; of shaping eyebrows which end of a rapidly-roversely .of thehai'rs to be plucked, pressing each hair to be plucked against the pointed end 'of the rotating roll which moves away from-the skin, and simultaneously shifting ea'ch hair along said pointed end in an axial direction relative to 'the' roll:

'3. A. device for shapingeyebrows comprising -a pair of rolls having pointed ends'heldin engagement and adapted to grasp hairs individually and generally'endwise therebetweemand bearing meansfor *saidrolls, said bearing means being disposed. entirely awaytfrom the: pointed ends of .the rolls. 4. Adevice for. shaping eyebrows comprising a 'pair of rotatable 'rolls having pointed ends in substantially rolling contact and adapted to grasp the hairs of the eyebrow individually therebetween,"and'bearing means for said rolls, said bearing means being'dispos'ed entirely away from the, pointed ends 'of' the rolls.

5. AJdeVice for shaping eyebrows comprisinga handle casing, a". shaft 'journaled 'for rotation therein: and having a pointed end extending therefrom, a second shaft journaled forrotation in said casing and having a pointed end disposed in rolling contactwith the pointed end of first shaft, means for. driving said first shaft, means secondshaft from said first shaft and in a direction. opposite theretogand bearing means for said shafts; said bearing means being disposed. entirely away from the-pointed ends of the shafts. 5

6. A device for shaping eyebrows comprising a handle casing,

' shafts, and bearingimeans for said shafts, said bearing means being disposed entirely away from the outer exposed ends of said shafts.

'I. A device for shaping eyebrows comprising 'a handle casing, a shaft journaled for rotation therein and having an extended con'f'cal end ex} posed e teriorly ofsaidcasing, a second shaft journaled for; rotation in said casing and exposed from said casing at an shaft, said of said shafts.

the pointed ends of the shafts.

9. A device for shaping eyebrows comprising a handle casing, a shaft hair,

said shafts to rotate associated with one of said shafts for urging that shaft for movement strands of hair, a flexible casing connecting the motor casing with said handle casing,

an angle to the axis of said first shaft, said skin, the generally lateral engagement of the ends of the rolls with the skin holding the skin down during the pulling of the hair, and bearing means for said rolls, said bearing means being disposed entirely away from the pointed ends of said rolls.

16. The method of WILLIAM MEYER.

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Cited By (9)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2541647A (en) * 1949-04-11 1951-02-13 Mcgruer Fortier Meyers Ltd Apparatus for stripping wing feathers from fowl and the like
US2586855A (en) * 1946-08-06 1952-02-26 William Isler Hair extracting device
US2853733A (en) * 1956-08-17 1958-09-30 Elbert F Greiner Shrimp treating machine
US3184950A (en) * 1961-10-02 1965-05-25 Amp Inc Connector feeding device
US3943599A (en) * 1974-04-17 1976-03-16 Gainesville Machine Company, Inc. Method and apparatus for seating poultry feather plucking fingers
US4079741A (en) * 1975-12-09 1978-03-21 Yair Daar Hair plucking device
US4830004A (en) * 1985-10-23 1989-05-16 Jean Alazet Depilating appliance
US4917678A (en) * 1988-09-01 1990-04-17 Remington Products, Inc. Depilatory device
US5084056A (en) * 1989-02-10 1992-01-28 U.S. Philips Corp. Depilation apparatus

Cited By (9)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2586855A (en) * 1946-08-06 1952-02-26 William Isler Hair extracting device
US2541647A (en) * 1949-04-11 1951-02-13 Mcgruer Fortier Meyers Ltd Apparatus for stripping wing feathers from fowl and the like
US2853733A (en) * 1956-08-17 1958-09-30 Elbert F Greiner Shrimp treating machine
US3184950A (en) * 1961-10-02 1965-05-25 Amp Inc Connector feeding device
US3943599A (en) * 1974-04-17 1976-03-16 Gainesville Machine Company, Inc. Method and apparatus for seating poultry feather plucking fingers
US4079741A (en) * 1975-12-09 1978-03-21 Yair Daar Hair plucking device
US4830004A (en) * 1985-10-23 1989-05-16 Jean Alazet Depilating appliance
US4917678A (en) * 1988-09-01 1990-04-17 Remington Products, Inc. Depilatory device
US5084056A (en) * 1989-02-10 1992-01-28 U.S. Philips Corp. Depilation apparatus

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