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Sept. 27, 1938.
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'A.'-N.SNYDER
APPLICATOR
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2,131,011
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Filed April 24, 1957
INVENTOR.
Bydrf/iar/ll Snyder ’
1' 2,131,071
Patented Sept. 27, 1938
UNITED STATES 4 PATENT ; orrics
Arthur- N. snyder?clklszilgeliihts, Long Island,
Application April 24, 1931-, Serial No. 138,867
8 Claims.
(OI. 132-1)
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products,
which
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of
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The purpose .of this invention is to provide a
device that may be used in place of the tip of a
construction.
simpleand economical
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_ With these ends in view the invention embodies
' ?nger, handkerchief, or other article for spread
an applicator having a relatively thin shell as
ing a substance on a surface, such as lipstick‘ on
hereinbefore described, with a relatively thin _
layer of cotton ?ock, or other suitable material, -
5 the lips, which massages the substance into,'or
upon the surface, and does not merely force the
secured to the surface by‘ a suitable adhesive
substance over the surface, and in which the sur
forming a relatively softsurface adapted to be im- face of the device is such that it takes up and re
tains surplus material, reserving it for future use, a pregnated with a substance such'as lipstick or- '
with a rounded point, having a surface of such a
the like, which is being applied or spread there- 10
by, or adapted to take up. surpius'material, hold
ing it in readiness for another application; and
texture that it may be impregnated with lipstick
material, facilitating spreading and massaging
used in combination with a lipstick as hereinbe-
10 thereby eliminating waste.
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The invention is a relatively thin tapering sh
15 thereof.
these devices may be nested to form a'stick, or
fore described.
The device may be providedas a sep
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Other features and advantages of the invention
vices may be nested to form a stick with a master will appear from the following description taken
in connection with thedrawing, wherein:
cap, and the stick may be ilttedover the end of a '
Figure 1 is a view showing the device-in the
lipstick case, forming the cap thereof. The in
preferred design with part broken away showing 20
dividual devices may be used and discarded, or the interior hollow.
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may be placed in the base to maintain holding
Figure
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is
a
plan
view
of
the
device shown in
means for the stick during use thereof. The
Figure 1.
masteracap may also be placed in the base while
Figure 3 is a view similar tothat shown in Fig
the de ce is in use, and means may be provided ure 1, with part broken away, showing the thick- 25
'. 25 for frictionally holding the different devices to . ness of the layers of material exaggerated.
arate and independent unit, or a plurality of de
gether.
.Lipstick massaging devices have been incorporated in lipstick casings and provided inde
Figure 4 is a plan 'view showing an alternate de
sign, “in which a groove is provided in one side
of the device.
pendent thereof, however it has been found that
in order to make such‘ a device practical, ‘the ex-.
act shape of the point, and the texture of the
surface are very essential, and these devices must
- also be provided of inexpensive construction, so
_ that they may readily be discarded after being
used over a short period of time.
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Figure 5 is a view similar to that shown in Fig- 30
ure 1, ‘showing-another alternate design. in'which
the device is made relatively long and tapering.
Figure 6 is a plan view showing‘ another alter
nate design, in which the device is provided with
a flat side;
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Figure’! is a view showing a plumes; the
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The object of this invention is, therefore, to 'devices as shown in Figure 1 assembled to form
provide a device for massaging lipstick, or any
similar product, upon the’lips, or upon any sur
~~ - face, inwhich the size of the device is such that it
‘winay readily be grippedandheld as it is being
a stick, and provided with a master cap forming
a closure or covering for the device at the end of
saidstick.
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Figure-8 is a view showing a device similar to
' used, and also in which the surface is of such a ‘that shown in Figure 1 of an alternate design, in
texture'that it is readily impregnated with the which a relatively straight portion is provided
' lipstick, or the like, and also adapted to readily adjacent the lower end to facilitate - frictionaliy
holding one device upon another. .
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45 spread the‘said lipstick, on the like.
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I-lgure 9 is a similar view showing another alter
Another object is to provide an applicator
adapted to spread and massage a substance upon nate design, in which a small projection is provid
a surface, in which‘ a plurality of said devices may . ed at one side of the device to facilitategripping
be nested to form a- stick, in which the different and holding one device upon another.
Figure 10 is a_ view showing a plurality of the 50"
53 devices and a cover therefor are held together by
devices assembled upon a lipstick;
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In the drawing the device is shown as it may
7 Another object is to provide a method of form
ing a surface upon a‘massaging device, in which be made, wherein numeral I indicates the thin
the surfacehas‘spreading and massaging qualities. sheil forming the device, numeral 2 a similar
shell forming the master cap, and numeral 3 a 55
55 A further object is to provide a massaging de
vice-adapted to be used for lipstick or the like, lipstick case upon which a plurality of said de
‘which is so constructed that a plurality of said vices may be assembled.
The applicator is preferably made of a rela
devicesmay be incorporated in a lipstick.v > a n
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friction.
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And a still further object isto provide an ap
w plicator for massaging lipstick and other similar
tively thin vshell with a ?ange ‘forming a base.
and the shell tapers upward from-the base to a 00
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' .point 5, where it is rounded-forming a tip. This
shell may bemade of metal or any suitable ma
terial, and maybe covered with any substance
providing a relatively soft outer surface. In the
design shown ,in Figure 3, in which the end 6
of the shell‘ is formed» to represent the tip of a
- ?nger,- the outer surface is shown'as covered with
outer surface, and it_will be noted that, as the
device is used, the cap 2 may be removed and
may be placed in the opposite end or base,-so
that the surface oLthe device will be exposed for
use, and after it has been used the cap may be
replaced. It will be understood'that one device
a layer of material 1 similar to the cotton ?ock‘, may be used for a relatively long time, however,
it may be removed and discarded at any time, and
although it is understood that any suitable ma
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terial may be used, and this is secured to the the next device is then fresh and ready for use.
It will also be understood that these devices 10
outer surface of the shell 8 by a layer of lacquer ‘ may
be assembled upon a lipstick, as shown in
9, or any suitable adhesive. In this design the
Figure 10, and in this design one of said devices,
lower edge of the shell is‘rolled to form a bead as indicated by the numeral l8, may be provided
l0, similar to the ?ange 4, however, it will be with a base l9 that may fit over the lipstick in
' understood that the lower end of the shell may. place of the cap, and a plurality of the said de
be formed in any manner or any means may be vices may be nested thereon, with the cap 2 on 15
provided for forming a base.
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the last one of said devices.
In the design shown in Figure 4 the device
It will also be understood that although this
is similar to that shown in Figure 1, except that device is particularly shown and described as
a longitudinal groove II is provided in the sur
face, which extends downward from the tip to
the base, providing means for taking up contrac
tion and expansion when the devices are assem
25 bled. It will be understood that this groove or
pleat may be of any shape or design, and may
be provided at any point, or any number of
grooves may be provided. Figure 6 shows a sim
ilar arrangement, in which the device is provided
with a ?at side I! that may also extend from the
, base upward to the tip, and it will also be under
stood that this may be of any shape and design,
' and as many as may be desired may be provided.
The design shown in Figure 5 is similar to that
35 shown in Figure 1 except that the applicator,
which is indicated by the numeral I 3, is made
relatively long- and thin, with a relatively small
tip H at the upper end,- and it will be understood
adapted for use as a spreader for lipstick, it may 20
be used for any other purpose or to spread or mas
sage any other product.
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Having thus fully described the invention, what
I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters
Patent, is:
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1. An applicator of the type adapted v‘to mas
sage the lips or the like, comprising a relatively '
thin, rigid shell, and a coating of‘ ‘relatively soft
material substantially covering the outer surface
of said shell.
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2. An applicator as described in claim 1, char
acterized in that it is substantially bullet shaped,
having a relatively straight section at the base
adapted to telescope over a similar section of an
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other similar applicator, said base also providing 35
holding means therefor. ‘ -
_ 3. An applicator as described in claim 1, char
acterized in that it is substantially bullet shaped,
that the'shape of the device or the length there
of in proportion to the diameter may be varied having a relatively straight section at the base
as may be desired, and the entire design may be 'having‘a shoulder adapted to telescope over a
changed to make the device adapted for different similar section of another similar applicator, said
base also providing holding means therefor, and
uses.
In Figure 8 the outer surface of the applicator further characterized by a cap forming aclosure,
is tapered very slightly from the base l5 to a and also in that said straight section may be
point It, and the surface from the point ii to placed over the end of a lipstick case.
4. An applicator comprising a relatively thin,
the tip I‘! is tapered similar to the surface shown
rigid
shell, and a casing of relatively soft ‘mate
in Figure 1, and it will be noted that with this
rial substantially covering the outer surface of
arrangement the cap, or a similar device, may be said
shell.
securely held by the surface between the points
5. An applicator as described in claim 1, char
l5 and I6; however, it will also be understood acterized in that it is substantially bullet shaped,
that the surface‘ may be provided with a small having
arelatively straight section at the base
projection I 8 as shown inFigure 9, or any means
adapted to telescope into another section, said
may be provided for frictionally holding one de
also providing holding means therefor, and
vice upon another, or the cap 2 ‘upon any of the base
a ?ange or bead at the extremity of said base.
devices.
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6. An applicator as described in claim 1, char v65
It will be understood that other changes may acterized in that it is substantially cone shaped,
be made in the construction without departing adapted to telescope over a similar section of an
from the spirit of the invention. One of which other similar applicator, said applicator provid
60 changes may be in the use of other means of. ‘ing holding means therefor, and a ?ange or bead
forming a bead or base on the said device, an {at its base.
other may be in the use of other means of hold
7. An applicator as‘ described in claim 1, char-,
ing a plurality of said devices together to form a '
acterized in that it is substantially bullet shaped
stick, and still another may be in the use of other.
65 means for forming a suitable surface on the ex
terior of said device.
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The construction will be readily understood
from the foregoing description. In-use the de
vice may be provided preferably in the design as
70 shown in Figure 1, and a plurality of these de
vices'may be nested as shown in Figure '7. pre-»
senting ‘a plurality of rims or rings formed by the
bases‘, and the-device atithe upper end my be
covered by the master cap 2 having a smooth
having a relatively straight section at the base
adapted to telescope over a similar base section.
and further characterized by a cap form of clo
sure.
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8. An applicator comprising a relatively thin,‘
rigid shell, having a relatively straight section
at its base, and the upper portion consisting of a
relatively soft material, and further characterized 70
in that the entire structure is substantially bullet
shaped.
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ARTHUR N. SNYDER.
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