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US3833007A
US3833007A US18378571A US3833007A US 3833007 A US3833007 A US 3833007A US 18378571 A US18378571 A US 18378571A US 3833007 A US3833007 A US 3833007A
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A method and articles for applying artificial eyelashes to a human subject, such articles consisting of a plurality of single, but feathered lashes, each single feathered lash extending several lash ends having one group fold secured together as by crimping, adhesion or tying, and a latex-base liquid surgicaltype adhesive for securing the single feathered lashes to the subject''s already-existing natural lashes in a semi-permanent, long-lasting secure fastening. The method consists of applying the adhesive to the single feathered eyelashes and placing the single feathered eyelash on the upper side, lower side or between the subject''s already-existing eyelashes, thus extending the length of the natural lash. This procedure utilizing the article may be applied to either or both of the subject''s upper and lower natural lashes.

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United States Patent Jacobs 1 1 Sept. 3, 1974 1 1 ARTIFICIAL EYELASHES [76] Inventor: Peggy S. Jacobs, 1203 Glenwood, [57] ABSTRACT Oklahoma Clty Okla 731 16 A method and articles for applying artificial eyelashes [22] Filed: Sept. 27, 1971 to a human subject, such articles consisting of a plurality of single, but feathered lashes, each single feath- [21] Appl. No.. 183,785 ered lash extending several lash ends having one group fold secured together as by crimping, adhesion or ty- [52] U.S. Cl, 132/53 ing, and a latex-base liquid surgical-type adhesive for [51] Int. Cl A4lg 3/00 securing the single feathered lashes to the subjects al- [58] Field of Search 132/53, 31.2, 5, 45, 32.3, ready-existing natural lashes in a semi-permanent, 132/88.7 long-lasting secure fastening. The method consists of applying the adhesive to the single feathered eyelashes [56] References Cited and placing the single feathered eyelash on the upper UNITED STATES PATENTS side, lower side or between the subjects already- 1 897 747 2/1933 Birk 132/53 existing iyelashes thus extending the length Of'the 210791256 5/1937 Kaiser natural lash. This procedure utilizing the article may 3,362,417 1 /1968 Glaser 132 5 be applied to either or both of the subjects pp and 3,516,422 6/1970 Bechtold a a1 132/53 lower n r lashes.

Primary Examiner-G. E. McNeill 10 Claims, 4 Drawing Figures ARTIFICIAL EYELASHES BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION I. Field of the Invention The invention relates generally to application of artificial eyelashes and, more particularly, but not by way of limitation, it relates to an improved form of eyelash and method of securing the improved lash about the eyes of the human subject.

2. Description of the Prior Art The prior art includes several types of artificial eyelashes for utilization through various modes of application. The earliest and time-honored artificial eyelashes were articles wherein the entire lid lash structure, either upper or lower eyelids, was formed as a unitary piece having an arcuate backing which then served for receiving a temporarly adhesive for subsequent sticking application to the eyelid. The various forms and method of making of such arcuately shaped eyelash sets took many forms as the techniques developed over a very great number of years. A more recent method of applying single eyelashes one at a time has been employed in order to achieve a relatively permanent or longer-lasting eyelash. This method entails the permanent affixture of individual lashes beneath the individual lashes of the human subject. i.e. between the lash line and the eye of the conjunctiva tissue, and proper application of such lashes required long, tedious work on the part of the skilled cosmetologist of the like. This individual lash being available in only one length, thus necessitating tedious trimming of lashes following application.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention contemplates an improved method for applying relatively permanent artificial eyelashes to a human subject through the use of selected single feathered eyelashes secured adhesively to the subjects already-existing eyelashes. In a more limited aspect, the invention consists of applying single feathered lashes consisting of a plurality of lashes having one group fold fastened together as by clamping, adhesion or tying, and a plurality of individual feathered lashes are then affixed for desired effect with a latex-based liquid surgical-type adhesive so that the eyelashes will stay in place for a relatively long time. The single feathered eyelashes are adhered to the upper or lower side or between the subject's already-existing eyelashes.

Therefore, it is an object of the present invention to provide an improved method for applying artificial eyelashes.

It is also an object of the invention to provide an article for fabricating single feathered artificial eyelashes consisting of a plurality of lashes each having a group fold in common joinder, and a latex-base liquid surgical-type adhesive having the properties of long time affixture when in contact with existing lashes.

It is still further an object of the present invention to provide a single feathered artificial eyelash application kit which enables the user to apply the eyelashes, and to apply replacement lashes as required in the event that portions of the eyelash become damaged or removed.

Finally, it is an object of the present invention to provide a fonn of single feathered eyelashes having individual lash end of differing lengths, which lash ends are pre-curled and can be adhered in accordance with the desires of the human subject user.

Other objects and advantages of the invention will be evident from the following detailed description when read in conjunction with the accompanying drawing which illustrates the invention.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING FIG. 1 is a plan view of a single feathered eyelash as employed in the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a showing of the human eye in vertical section illustrating the manner in which the upper and lower single feathered artificial eyelashes are applied;

FIG. 3 is a top plan view of a plurality of single feathered eyelashes in affixture to form a lash line; and

FIG. 4 is a front view of a human eye depicting upper and lower single feathered artificial eyelashes as applied in accordance with the present method.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT FIG. 1 illustrates a typicalsingle feathered eyelash 10, a large plurality of which would be included in an applications kit. The single feathered lash 10 would consist of longer, shorter and intermediate lashes 12 secured together at group fold 14 to form a very minute nodule 16. The single feathered lash 10 may be assembled to include any number of individual lash ends 12; however, it has been found that easiest application and best cosmetological visual effects are achieved when three to eight lash ends are included. However, this should not be construed to limit the present invention to those numbers. Lesser individual lash ends and greater individual lash ends may be employed selectively to create the single feathered lash. The users de sired individual eye effect is achieved through the application of varying numbers of single feathered lashes I0.

The single feathered lash 10 is constructed by selecting a number of lashes 12 of the desired size and texture, and folding the lashes in a centered or offcentered manner while aligning the fold of all lashes in juxtaposition. The aligned and juxtaposed lash group folds 14 are then subjected to a high pressure clamping force, adhesive attachment or tying process sufficient to enable them to take a permanent affixture each to the others. The clamped lash group fold 14 then takes the fonn of nodule 16 of minute and hardly visible form. Lashes 12 are subjectively chosen as to length, color and density or heaviness prior to clamping, adhesion or typing and application sets or kits may be made up in various colors each including the several types of single feathered lashes l0, i.e. having different numbers and different length combinations of lashes 12. Further, lashes 12 can be subjected to predetermined permanent or semi-permanent curl prior or following group arrangement and clamping, adhesion or typing.

The lashes 12 may be formed from human hair, or other synthetic fibers having the equivalent texture and resiliency. In addition to the joinder of lash group folds 14 by clamping methods, it may well be that the use of a primary adhesive or a tying process be employed to join common folds or lashes 12 to form the single feathered lash 10. In this event, it would be required that a suitable primary adhesive be employed which would not be reactive or soluble in the later-applied latex-base liquid surgical-type adhesive employed to place the single feathered lashes in permanent affixture on the existing lashes of the human subject.

FIG. 2 illustrates a human eye in sectional view showing the eyeball l8 bounded forwardly by the anterior chamber and cornea 22 and having upper eyelid 24 and lower eyelid 26 formed therearound. The upper eyelid 24, or that part of pertinence in this particular application, consists of a conjunctiva portion 28 and an outer lid skin or cutaneous tissue 30 which joins at follicle line 32 extending natural lashes 34. The lower lid 26-is similarly constituted with a conjunctiva portion 36 and outer skin 38 defining a follicle line 40 and natural lower lashes 42.

FIG. 2 also depicts the manner in which the artificial lash groups 10 are secured to the upper and lower existing or natural eyelashes 34 and 42. Thus, the upper lash groups 10 are secured outward from the follicle line 32 on top of the upper eyelashes 34. securing being effected by a suitable latex-base liquid surgical-type adhesive 44. This is preferably a hypo-allergenic latexbase liquid surgical-type adhesive which is commercially available, but it has never been previously employed for the purpose of attaching single feathered eyelashes. The lower single feathered eyelashes 10 are secured in the same manner on the inside or top of the natural lashes 42 by the adhesive 44 securing the group folds 14 immediately on top of the lower lashes 42. The adhesive 44 as applied to group folds 14 whether on top, bottom or in between natural lashes 34 and 42 will not be readily apparent to casual view.

FIG. 3 depicts several manners in which lash groups 10 may be applied about the lash line of the upper eyelid 24, in order to illustrate the variations in application. A first single feathered lash 46 has been adhered by applying the selected adhesive 44 to the single feathered lash 46 then wiping the single feathered lash 46 on top of natural lashes 34 and placing it in secure affixture. In like manner, applying adhesive 44, a single feathered lash 48 is shown adhered between adjacent natural lashes 34, and a single feathered lash 50 has been secured to the underside of one or more natural lashes 34. The color of lashes is selected by the subject. and the application of particular single feathered lashes 10 having more or less individual lash end 12 is also selected so that the subject is able to achieve a desired eye effect.

FIG. 4 illustrates the overall effect of the artificial eyelashes in one selected lash array. The artificial lash end 12 extend over and blend through the natural lashes 34 along the upper lash line and, similarly, the lower artificial lash ends 12 are similarly disposed with respect to lower natural lashes 42. ln this case, the subject has applied the artificial single feathered lashes 10 to give a particular eye affect having an outer flair portion 52 for both the upper and lower lashes 12; however, the shape, density and overall effect of the artificial array is entirely within the control of the subject applier and/or wearer.

Use of the invention in carrying out the particular beautification method requires availability of components or materials in what may be termed a kit form. That is, a large plurality of single feathered lashes 10 of selected color, texture and curl are made available, various ones of the single feathered lashes 10 being made up of differing numbers of individual lash ends 12 of varying length. Available also with this single feathered lash material is the latex-base liquid surgical-type adhesive which insures final, semi-permanent affixture of the single feathered lashes 10 to the respective existing upper or lower eyelashes of the human subject, thus extending these natural lashes. This article and method of application negates the heavy feeling on the eyelids of the subject which is associated with previous types of false eyelashes.

The foregoing discloses a new and novel method and materials for applying single feathered artificial eyelashes to a human subject. Performance of the method in accordance with the invention enables a more natural and longer lasting artificial eyelash which is susceptible of more individual eye effect designs, and the use of single feathered lashes having varying length lashes enables a new and improved beautifying effect heretofore unachieved by the known methods and materials. The present invention enables a human subject user or wearer to apply the single feathered lashes to themselves in semi-permanent affixture; this being opposed to prior types of individual lash affixtures which bordered upon surgical practices when carrying out the application technique.

Changes may be made in the combination and arrangement of steps and/or elements as heretofore set forth in this specification and shown in the drawing; it being understood that changes may be made in the embodiment disclosed without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined in the following claims.

What is claimed is:

l. A method for applying relatively permanent single feathered eyelashes to the existing upper eyelash to enhance the attractiveness of the eyes of a subject, comprising the steps of:

placing plural single feathered lashes, each feathered lash consisting of a plurality of lash ends joined at one end by a group fold, individually and relatively evenly on the upper natural eyelashes of the subject, with the group folds contacting the upper natural eyelashes, and disposing individual ones of said plural single feathered lashes in an attitude such that lash ends of all single feathered lashes extend outward in generally tangential relationship with respect to the respective eye of the subject; and securing the group folds of individual ones of said plural single feathered lashes to proximate ones of said respective natural eyelashes by means of a semi-permanent adhesive. 2. A method as set forth in claim 1 which is further characterized to include steps of:

placing and securing individual ones of single feathered lashes each consisting of a plurality of lash ends in selected disposition in contact with proximate ones of the lower natural eyelashes of the subect. 3. A method as set forth in claim 1 which is further characterized in that:

said individual single feathered lashes are each placed and secured on top of the existing eyelashes of said subject. 4. A method as set forth in claim 2 which is further characterized in that:

said individual single feathered lashes are each placed and secured on top of the existing eyelashes of said subject.

5. A method as set forth in claim 1 wherein said single feathered lashes each consist of at least two natural hairs securely affixed together through high pressure pre-clamping.

6. A method as set forth in claim 5 wherein the individual lash ends of each single feathered lash are of varying lengths.

7. A method as set forth in claim 2 wherein said single feathered lashes each consist of at least two natural hairs securely affixed together through high pressure pre-clamping.

8. An article of manufacture for dissemination as a craft enabling unit for applying single feathered artificial eyelashes to the natural eyelashes of a human subject, comprising:

a large plurality of groups of individual single feathered lashes, each single feathered lash consisting of at least two lash ends attached together at a group fold and which are pre-curled and pretrimmed to varying degrees and lengths before attachment to the human subject; and

a hypo-allergenic latex-base surgical-type adhesive suitable for the relatively permanent securing of said single feathered lashes individually to the subjects existing lashes.

9. An article of manufacture for dissemination as a craft enabling unit as set forth in claim 8 wherein:

said lash group folds are attached together by high pressure clamping of individual, aligned hair materials. pg,l3

10. An article of manufacture as set forth in claim 8 wherein the individual lashes of each single feathered lash are of varying lengths.

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1. A method for applying relatively permanent single feathered eyelashes to the existing upper eyelash to enhance the attractiveness of the eyes of a subject, comprising the steps of: placing plural single feathered lashes, each feathered lash consisting of a plurality of lash ends joined at one end by a group fold, individually and relatively evenly on the upper natural eyelashes of the subject, with the group folds contacting the upper natural eyelashes, and disposing individual ones of said plural single feathered lashes in an attitude such that lash ends of all single feathered lashes extend outward in generally tangential relationship with respect to the respective eye of the subject; and securing the group folds of individual ones of said plural single feathered lashes to proximate ones of said respective natural eyelashes by means of a semi-permanent adhesive.
2. A method as set forth in claim 1 which is further characterized to include steps of: placing and securing individual ones of single feathered lashes each consisting of a plurality of lash ends in selected disposition in contact with proximate ones of the lower natural eyelashes of the subject.
3. A method as set forth in claim 1 which is further characterized in that: said individual single feathered lashes are each placed and secured on top of the existing eyelashes of said subject.
4. A method as set forth in claim 2 which is further characterized in that: said individual single feathered lashes are each placed and secured on top of the existing eyelashes of said subject.
5. A method as set forth in claim 1 wherein said single feathered lashes each consist of at least two natural hairs securely affixed together through high pressure pre-clamping.
6. A method as set forth in claim 5 wherein the individual lash ends of each single feathered lash are of varying lengths.
7. A method as set forth in claim 2 wherein said single feathered lashes each consist of at least two natural hairs securely affixed together through high pressure pre-clamping.
8. An article of manufacture for dissemination as a craft enabling unit for applying single feathered artificial eyelashes to the natural eyelashes of a human subject, comprising: a large plurality of groups of individual single feathered lashes, each single feathered lash consisting of at least two lash ends attached together at a group fold and which are pre-curled and pretrimmed to varying degrees and lengths before attachment to the human subject; and a hypo-allergenic latex-base surgical-type adhesive suitable for the relatively permanent securing of said single feathered lashes individually to the subjects existing lashes.
9. An article of manufacture for dissemination as a craft enabling unit as set forth in claim 8 wherein: said lash group folds are attached together by high pressure clamping of individual, aligned hair materials. pg,13
10. An article of manufacture as set forth in claim 8 wherein the individual lashes of each single feathered lash are of varying lengths.
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