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US3084699A
US3084699A US98839A US9883961A US3084699A US 3084699 A US3084699 A US 3084699A US 98839 A US98839 A US 98839A US 9883961 A US9883961 A US 9883961A US 3084699 A US3084699 A US 3084699A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D2/00Hair-curling or hair-waving appliances ; Appliances for hair dressing treatment not otherwise provided for
    • A45D2/12Hair winders or hair curlers for use parallel to the scalp, i.e. flat-curlers
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D2/00Hair-curling or hair-waving appliances ; Appliances for hair dressing treatment not otherwise provided for
    • A45D2/12Hair winders or hair curlers for use parallel to the scalp, i.e. flat-curlers
    • A45D2/24Hair winders or hair curlers for use parallel to the scalp, i.e. flat-curlers of multi-part type, e.g. with sliding parts other than for fastening
    • A45D2/2464Hair winders or hair curlers for use parallel to the scalp, i.e. flat-curlers of multi-part type, e.g. with sliding parts other than for fastening tube-like
    • A45D2/2471Hair winders or hair curlers for use parallel to the scalp, i.e. flat-curlers of multi-part type, e.g. with sliding parts other than for fastening tube-like comprising bristles
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April 9, 1963 J. c. GEDID BRUSH ROLLER JACKET Filed March 28, 1961 FIGJY I k 01K FIGX FIGXII \nventor Jogph C. Gedid I7 7 by Mia-41m Ahomey F IGY United States Patent 3,084,699 I BRUSH ROLLER JACKET Joseph C. Gedid, 108 Woodgate Road, Tonawanda, NY. Filed Mar. 28, 1961, Ser. No. 98,839 3 Claims. (Cl. 132-46) This invention relates to the hair styling art. More specifically, the novel concept of this invention resides in a unique construction and function for a brush roller jacket.

The use of brush rollers in the hair styling art has become widespread in the past few years. Brush rollers provide many advantages and improvements over the prior used devices of this nature. Generally the brush rollers used comprise wire-like cylindrical coils having a net-like portion Wound around the outer longitudinal peripheral portion and having bristles projecting therefrom and extending beyond the outer longitudinal peripheral portion of said coil. With all the desirable properties provided by brush rollers, they do present a practical problem of use. Difiiculty has been encountered by women setting their hair with brush rollers at night and attempting to wear the rollers while sleeping. The projecting bristles of the brush roller are quite uncomfortable and are difficult if at all possible to lie on at night. As a result, the use of the desirable brush rollers to set hair overnight has been kept to a minimum.

The present invention provides an economical means which not only is invaluable in holding the roller on the head in place without requiring additional hair pins, picks or the like, but also prevents the bristles from coming in contact with the wearers scalp. While providing these very desirable advantages, the jacket of this invention provides the bonus property of allowing the hair to dry when and if wet when set or styled. Generally the jacket provided by the present invention comprises a resilient or nonresilient wrap-around member having on an end portion at least one hook member. On the end opposite the hooked end is positioned a slit or cut sub stantially parallel with the peripheral portion of said resilient member and situated in spaced relationship to said peripheral portion. When styling the hair with brush rollers, the device of this invention may be utilized as follows: The jacket is placed in close proximity with the portion of hair to be styled, the hair is pulled through said slit with the hooked end away from the scalp. The jacket is pulled to a position immediately adjacent to and flat against the scalp of the user. The projecting, pulledthrough hair is then rolled onto the brush roller in a downward direction toward the hooked portion of said jacket. When the hair is completely rolled and in contact with the inner jacket face, the resilient member is wrapped upwardly on the curled hair and the hooked portion locked into the brush roller. As will be evident to those skilled in the art and to users of brush rollers, and as is shown in the accompanying drawings, the width of the jacket must be not less than the length thereof and the hair-receiving slit in the jacket must extend substantially to the side edges of the jacket to permit the proper winding and holding of locks of hair of desirable size. It is recognized that the hair lock being waved must be spread out to obtain the desired results.

The process will be defined in greater detail in the ensuing discussion relating to the drawings.

It is, therefore, an object of this invention to provide a brush roller jacket adapted to be wrapped around said roller.

It is a further object to provide a convenient means for holding a brush roller in a fixed position.

A further object is to provide a highly resilient lightweight jacket adapted to be worn with a brush roller.

3,084,699 Patented Apr. 9, 1963 ice A still further object is to provide a convenient means for protecting a wearers scalp against contact with bristles projecting out from brush rollers.

Another object of this invention is to provide a brush roller jacket whereby the user may comfortably wear brush rollers to bed.

A yet further object is to provide a brush roller jacket which allows complete drying of the styled hair.

Other further important objects will become apparent upon a further reading of this disclosure. The inventive concept disclosed herewith is capable of a variety of mechanical expressions or modifications. The accompanying drawing illustrates various embodiments of this invention. It should be understood, however, that the following description of the enclosed drawing is meant to illustrate, not limit, the construction of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE I is a perspective view of the jacket of this invention illustrating the cooperation between a brush roller and said jacket when in use.

FIGURE II is a perspective view of the jacket of this invention as it encircles or is wrapped around the hair after the hair is wound around a brush roller.

FIGURE III is a cross-section view of FIGURE II taken along the line 22. thereof.

FIGURE IV illustrates an embodiment of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE V illustrates a further embodiment of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE VI illustrates a still further modification of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE VII illustrates an embodiment of the slit structure of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE VIII illustrates another embodiment of the slit structure of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE IX illustrates still another embodiment of the slit structure of the jacket of this invention.

FIGURE X is a perspective view of an embodiment of the hook portion of the jacket disclosed herein.

Referring first to FIGURE I, a quantity of hair 1 is pulled through slit 3 of brush roller jacket 4. Jacket 4 is made of any resilient material such as rubber, plastics, other synthetics and the like. Slit 3 can be conveniently stretched and opened to allow hair 1 to be easily pulled through. When slit 3 is opened a tongue 5 and flap portion 6 is formed. Tongue portion 5 extends under the inner surface of the curled hair and prevents any projecting bristles 8 from contacting the scalp. A second important function of tongue 5 is that it directs and holds the hair fixed against the peripheral portion 7 of the roller. Flap portion 6 provides means for retaining the hair in posltion at the upper surface of the curl while also providing the important function of giving a leverage effect which keeps the roller up in position. Slit 3 therefore is so designed that when opened it will cause to be formed a tongue portion 5 and a flap portion 6. Brush roller 9 has laterally extending and longitudinally extending net portions which fit around the peripheral area of the roller. These net portions are not shown in FIGURES I and II, but are illustrated in FIGURE III. After the hair is curled to the point desired, hook 10 is pulled upwardly around the bottom portion of the curled hair and is locked through the hair into the net portion of brush roller as shown in FIGURE II. It will be noted in FIGURE II that tongue portion 5 extends away from the curled hair and covers any bristles protruding inwardly; also note the guiding effect and hair retaining effect slit opening 3 provides. After the jacket is locked in position the wearer may lie on the jacketed roller, or move about freely without being concerned that the rollers will move out of position.

FIGURE III is a cross-section view of FIGURE II taken along the line 2-2. Hook 10- is illustrated herein as looking through hair 1 into net portion 11 of the brush'roller. Tongue portion is shown extending outward from the roller; although it is preferred to provide a tongue portion 5, it would not be without the spirit of this invention to use a jacket without a tongue portion. Also, the lateral width of the jacket may be made as wide or as narrow as desired; it is again preferred, however, that not too great an area of the curled hair be covered since it is desirable to allow exposed hair for drying purposes.

In some situations it would be expedient to provide in jacket 4 cut out portions or apertures 12 as shown in FIGURES IV and VI. In FIGURE IV a comparatively wider jacket is illustrated; this structure can be utilized with or without cutout portions 12.

FIGURE V illustrates a packet having an upwardly extending portion 13 extending up from the main body portion and on which hook means may be secured. If desirable, apertures. or cut out portions 12 may be provided in this modification if desired. As a matter of fact any of the shapes or structures shown in the attached drawings may be provided with apertures. It is again preferred, however, that if apertures are to be used they be positioned on the upper portion of the jacket closest to the hook; this is to prevent bristles 8 from projecting through the apertures in the jacket.

FIGURE VI illustrates a narrower jacket 4 which would be preferred for use when rapid hair drying is desired. To further expedite drying of the hair, apertures 12 may be provided in the upper portion therein.

FIGURE VII illustrates a modification in the slit portion 3 of the jacket. The slit may be cut in a U-shaped manner if it is desired to provide a greater tongue area 5. The vertical cuts 14 in this modification are disposed substantially perpendicular to horizontal cut 15. Circular cut outs 16 may be provided to prevent tearing of the jacket face.

FIGURE VIII shows a further modification of slit portion 3. Diagonal cuts 17 are disposed on opposite ends of horizontal cut 15. Cuts or slits and 17 meet at an angle thereby providing an angularly shaped tongue area 5.

, FIGURE IX shows a further modification having a U-shaped slit provided with circular cut outs 18 at the end portions of vertical cuts 19 and horizontal cut 20.

FIGURE X illustrates a preferred embodiment of hook portion 10. The hook is provided with gripping portion 21 positioned substantially perpendicular to stem portion 23 which allows easier manipulation of the hook structure. End means 22 fits into the top portion of jacket 4 and is permanently secured thereto.

It is critical to this invention that the thickness of jacket 4 be such as to allow substantial resiliency and provide means for'the jacket to encircle a brush roller in close proximity. Also, more than one hook portion 19 may be used if desired, and positioned on various positions on the jacket 4. The resiliency allows the jacket 4 to be stretched to fit any size roller and is equally effective on both large and small diameter rollers. Any of the type slits shown in FIGURES VII, VIII, and IX may be used with any shaped jacket disclosed herein. It should be understood that the jacket may be shaped in any general configuration having a slit and hook portions and being resilient to such a degree that a brush roller structure may be wrapped therein. A cushion or other structure too thick or bulky of course would be without the scope of this invention. A critical concept of this invention, therefore, is that the jacket be adapted to curve immediately adjacent to and with the curvature of the curler. A further important feature provided by the present invention over thick permanent wave pads is that no crimp or impression is imparted to the hair when using the present jacket.

Many modifications and ramifications of the above disclosed invention will naturally suggest themselves to those skilled in the art based onthe disclosure of this basic invention. These are intended to becomprehended within the scope of this invention.

I claim:

1. A brush roller assembly comprising a brush roller and a separate jacket therefor, said jacket being adapted for interposition between said roller and the scalp of a wearer thereof, and consisting of a thin, resilient, stretchable flexible sheet having adjacent one end thereof a transversely extending, hair-receiving slit closed at both ends, said slit being unobstructed and adapted to permit the passage of a lock of hair directly .therethrough without substantial crimping, said sheet havingadjacent the other end thereof means for securing said other end to said roller whereby said jacket may be stretched under tension circumferentially around at least a substantial portion of said roller over a lock of hair rolled thereon to provide the sole means for holding said lock of hair and said roller in place.

2. A protective jacket for a brush roller, said jacket being adapted to protect the scalp of a user from contact with an associated brush roller and to provide the sole means for holding said roller in place when a lock of hair is rolled thereon, said jacket consisting of a thin, resilient, stretchable sheet, having a width not less than its length, said sheet further having adjacent one end thereof a transversely extending, hair receiving slit closed at both ends and having said ends closely adjacent to the side edges of said sheet, said slit being unobstructed and adapted to permit the passage of a lock of hair directly therethrough without substantial crimping, and said sheet having adjacent the other end thereof means operable independently of said slit for securing said jacket under circumferential tension around a substantial portion of the circumference of a brush roller.

3. A protective jacket for a brush roller as defined in claim 2 in which said means comprises a separate hook portion engageable with a brush roller with which said jacket is used.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS 1,424,654 Kitson Aug. 1, 1922 1,716,173 Joyner June 4, 1929 2,055,008 Friedman Sept. 22, 1936 2,129,246 Sterling Sept. 6, 1938 2,135,612 'Bowyer Nov. 8, 1938 2,361,506 Smith Oct. 31, 1944 2,630,127 Isbell Mar. 3, 1953 2,972,994 Ferens Feb. 28, 1961

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1. A BRUSH ROLLER ASSEMBLY COMPRISING A BRUSH ROLLER AND A SEPARATE JACKET THEREFOR, SAID JACKET BEING ADAPTED FOR INTERPOSITION BETWEEN SAID ROLLER AND THE SCALP OF A WEARER THEREOF, AND CONSISTING OF A THIN, RESILIENT, STRETCHABLE FLEXIBLE SHEET HAVING ADJACENT ONE END THEREOF A TRANSVERSELY EXTENDING, HAIR-RECEIVING SLIT CLOSED AT BOTH ENDS, SAID SLIT BEING UNOBSTRUCTED AND ADAPTED TO PERMIT THE PASSAGE OF A LOCK OF HAIR DIRECTLY THERETHROUGH WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL CRIMPING, SAID SHEET HAVING ADJACENT THE OTHER END THEREOF MEANS FOR SECURING SAID OTHER END TO SAID ROLLER WHEREBY SAID JACKET MAY BE STRETCHED UNDER TENSION CIRCUMFERENTIALLY AROUND AT LEAST A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF SAID ROLLER OVER A LOCK OF HAIR ROLLED THEREON TO PROVIDE THE SOLE MEANS FOR HOLDING SAID LOCK OF HAIR AND SAID ROLLER IN PLACE.
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US3358697A (en) * 1966-07-19 1967-12-19 Blundell Marilyn Hair-curling cushion
US3595246A (en) * 1968-10-21 1971-07-27 Thomas L Rusnak Roller pads
US3683940A (en) * 1971-02-16 1972-08-15 Marlene Debue Adjustable hair curler
US4201236A (en) * 1978-07-24 1980-05-06 Joe Morefield Hair treatment device
US5588449A (en) * 1994-03-15 1996-12-31 Falcon; William C. Hair roller apparatus and method for highlighting hair
US6164291A (en) * 2000-03-02 2000-12-26 Filippone; Thomas C. Retracting hairholder device
US20140283869A1 (en) * 2011-08-17 2014-09-25 Ljl, Inc Apparatus for holding, securing and styling hair

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US1424654A (en) * 1921-02-11 1922-08-01 Kitson Sarah May Hair fastener
US1716173A (en) * 1928-05-16 1929-06-04 Madame C J Walker Mfg Company Scalp protector
US2055008A (en) * 1935-11-20 1936-09-22 Fricdman Rebecca Scalp protector
US2129246A (en) * 1937-04-19 1938-09-06 Bernard A Sterling Hair waving pad and method
US2135612A (en) * 1938-03-30 1938-11-08 Samuel E Fouts Hair curler
US2361506A (en) * 1941-11-28 1944-10-31 Lewis W Chubb Jr Adjustable strap
US2630127A (en) * 1951-09-11 1953-03-03 Isbell Vernon Hair curler
US2972994A (en) * 1957-04-22 1961-02-28 Ferens Marcella Hair curlers

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US1424654A (en) * 1921-02-11 1922-08-01 Kitson Sarah May Hair fastener
US1716173A (en) * 1928-05-16 1929-06-04 Madame C J Walker Mfg Company Scalp protector
US2055008A (en) * 1935-11-20 1936-09-22 Fricdman Rebecca Scalp protector
US2129246A (en) * 1937-04-19 1938-09-06 Bernard A Sterling Hair waving pad and method
US2135612A (en) * 1938-03-30 1938-11-08 Samuel E Fouts Hair curler
US2361506A (en) * 1941-11-28 1944-10-31 Lewis W Chubb Jr Adjustable strap
US2630127A (en) * 1951-09-11 1953-03-03 Isbell Vernon Hair curler
US2972994A (en) * 1957-04-22 1961-02-28 Ferens Marcella Hair curlers

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US3358697A (en) * 1966-07-19 1967-12-19 Blundell Marilyn Hair-curling cushion
US3595246A (en) * 1968-10-21 1971-07-27 Thomas L Rusnak Roller pads
US3683940A (en) * 1971-02-16 1972-08-15 Marlene Debue Adjustable hair curler
US4201236A (en) * 1978-07-24 1980-05-06 Joe Morefield Hair treatment device
US5588449A (en) * 1994-03-15 1996-12-31 Falcon; William C. Hair roller apparatus and method for highlighting hair
US6164291A (en) * 2000-03-02 2000-12-26 Filippone; Thomas C. Retracting hairholder device
US20140283869A1 (en) * 2011-08-17 2014-09-25 Ljl, Inc Apparatus for holding, securing and styling hair

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