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Feb; '14, 1950
H. R. BEIN
2,497,714
HAIR CURLER
Filed Feb. 18, 1949
(î ttorneg
Patented Feb. 14, 1950
'2,497,714
UNITED STATES‘I PATENT GFFICE
2,497,714
HAIR CURLER‘“
Harold R. Bein, Westiìeld, Massai
Application’February 18, 1949," Seriali No". 77";241"
3 Claims.
(Cl. 1322-42)
1
This invention relates to apparatus'for Waving
and curling hair.
The "principal objects of the invention are'
directed to a device for waving and‘curling the
hair which is characterized by its simplicity of
operation and efficiency in attaining Vthe desired
results.
According to the novely features ofÁ construc-`
tion, the maximum control of the hair is pos
2.
similarly to'involute’gear‘te’eth. The depth of
the grooves, ‘asflwill’be observed, decreases out-->
wardly from' the‘centr'al portion of the member 2.`
It has been rfo‘und'that' the member formed
i substantially as shown and described may bey
easily and readily- manipulated as by rotating for
winding up the hair fofr wavingy and curling with
the'result» thaty the -wave 'for curl’ produced is
sion to produce a more perfect curl or'wave for
natural in appearance,y the ends of the hair are
not‘bunched or' distorted,v the winding is control
l'able and is uniform.;l
The member 2 'may `be lformed from various
materi‘als such asL wood, plastics and the like.
mation than is possible with prior art~ devices.
According to certain novel features of con
A 'winding vmember-"8 is provided' which hasfa
taperingy end I0 thatis insertable and frictionally
sible in the winding operation, the/end papers
commonly used in winding operations are elimin
ated, and the hair is »wound under uniform ten-`
struction the ends of the hair are not’ bunched,
engagea'bl'e‘ 'in sockets `I2- in opposite ends ofr
the winding of the hair is accomplished readily
and easily and the desired results may be obtained
the member 2.
by an unskilled- person, Whereas prior art de
vices require considerable skill in their opera
tion.
The device because-of its novel form is adapted
to pick up the natural trends of the hair and
operate so as to wind the hair naturally.
The Winding member is readily insertable in
and withdrawable from theude'vice and functions>
with the ldevice for vthe utmost control in» the
~
This member'fßï'may- be 'cylindrical' in form
and may- be'made fromwoodiplastic or the like
20 as may be desired.
A ‘retainer"l4"fis‘provided‘which in the form
of'thel invention‘shown is an elongated strip
havingfa central Íopening‘ "i5 `provided with in
wardly' extending»‘longitudinal convexed edges
' lßïwhich’are'" substantially vcornplem'entalïto the
concave sides' of the member' 2. .
Opposite' endsi 'of ‘the .member ' 2 'are provided
winding operation.
withßconcavefseats-MJ and the end edges of the
openingA `l B ofni‘e'mberl‘ I4' are' substantially convex
With the foregoing and..various other novel
features and advantages and other objects of 30 to‘ provide tabs A24î`which-are> receivable in the
seats" 20 ofthe" member 2.
my invention as will become more apparent as
the description proceeds, the invention consists
The member-‘I4’` will be made from materialv
which is» pliable or v'resilient so that it may be
in certain novel features of construction and in
the combination and arrangement of parts? as will
be hereinafter more particularly pointedl out-‘in
disposed around th’emember 2 with the tabs 2liY
thereof in‘the'l seatsï there asin Fig. 1.
`
In operating, the member 8 is inserted in the
socket at one end of the member 2 and by
accompanying drawings wherein:
manipulating the members 8 and 2 hair may
be wound on the arbor by rotating it. The
Fig. 1 is a plan view showing the winding arbor
of the invention with the retainer thereof as 40 amount of hair being wound and the number
of turns given the arbor may vary within Wide
sociated therewith;
limits according to the results desired.
Fig. 2 is a plan view of the winding member
of the apparatus;
With the Winding operation completed as de
Fig. 3 is a plan view of the retainer of the in
sired, the retainer is slipped over the arbor with
vention and
the tabs in the seats thereof whereby it is re~
Fig. 4 is an end elevational view of the device
leasably held. The sides of the opening of the
of my invention as sho-Wn in Fig. 1.
retainer substantially coincide with the sides of
the arbor and hold the windings of hair until it
Referring now to the drawings more in detail,
the invention will be fully described.
is desired to remove the arbor when the retainer
A winding arbor 2 is provided which is in the 50 is removed and the hair unwound.
form of a cylinder having concave longitudinal
The retainer may be applied while the member
the claims hereunto annexed and more fully de
scribed and referred to in connection with the
sides, as shown.
Intermediate the ends of the member 2 there
are alternate grooves and ridges 4 and 6. The
ridges in cross section are preferably formed
8 is associated with the arbor or it may be re
moved for that purpose, the procedure depend
ins on the user.
The invention may be embodied in other spe
2,497,714
3
ciñc forms without departing from the essential
characteristics thereof. Hence, the present em
provided with longitudinal side edges comple
mental to the contour of the sides of the body
and opposite end edges for engaging opposite ends
of the body, the length of said opening being
being restrictive, the scope of the invention being
slightly less than said certain length of the body,
indicated by the appended claims rather than by
said retainer being manually longitudinally
the foregoing description, and all modifications
stretchable for receiving said body in the opening
and variations as fall within the meaning and
thereof whereby when released the end edges
purview and range of equivalency of the appended
of said opening yieldingly embrace opposite ends
claims are therefore intended tobe embraced 10 of the body and the longitudinal side edges of
therein.
`
said opening tend to lie against longitudinal sides
What it is desired to claim and secure by Letters
of the body, said body having opposite trans
bodiments are therefore to be considered in all
respects merely as being illustrative and not as
Patent of the United States is:
verse end faces and the end edges of the open
1. A device for receiving windings of hair for
ing in the retainer having engageable recesses
waving or curling the same comprising in com 15 and projections for engagement with the end
bination, an elongated cylindrical body of a cer
tain length having alternateannular grooves and
ridges intermediate opposite ends thereof and
relatively smooth end surface portions outside
said grooves and ridges and at opposite ends
of said body, the outer peripheral faces of said
ridges and end surface portions curving outward
ly in opposite directions from intermediate op
posite ends of said body to said opposite ends
whereby said body is of relatively larger diameter
at its opposite ends than intermediate said ends,
a retainer of resilient stretchable material hav
` faces of said body.
3. A winding device for receiving windings of
hair comprising in combination, an elongated
cylindrical body having alternate annular grooves
and ridges intermediate opposite ends thereof and
relatively smooth end surface portions at opposite
ends of said body, the outer- peripheral faces of
the ridges and the end surface portions of said
body curving outwardly in opposite directions
from intermediate opposite ends to the opposite
ends of said body, a retainer of resilient stretch
able material having an elongated opening there
ing an elongated opening therethrough which is
through with longitudinal side edges comple
provided With longitiudinal side edges comple
mental to the contour of the sides and ends of
mental to the contour of the sides of the body
said body for engaging said body, the length of
the opening of said retainer being slightly less
and opposite end edges for engaging opposite
ends of the body, the length of said opening being slightly less than said certain length of the body,
said retainer being manually longitudinally
stretchable for receiving said body in the open
ing thereof whereby when released the end edges
of said opening yieldingly embrace opposite ends
of the body and the longitudinal side edges of
said opening tend to lie against longitudinal sides
of the body.
40
2. A device for receiving windings of hair for
Waving or curling the same comprising in combi
nation, an elongated cylindrical body of a certain
than the length of said body, said retainer being
manually longitudinally stretchable for receiving
said body in the opening thereof whereby when
released the end edges of the opening yieldingly
embrace opposite ends of said body and the longi
tudinal side edges of the opening tend to lie
against longitudinal sides of said body.
‘
HAROLD R. BEIN.
REFERENCES CITED
The following references are of record in the
ñle of this patent:
length having alternate annular grooves and
UNITED STATESy PATENTS
ridges intermediate opposite ends thereof and rel
atively smooth end surface portions outside said
Number
Name
Date
grooves and ridges and at opposite ends of said
2,062,893
Lackenbach _______ __ Dec. 1, 1936
body, the outer peripheral faces of said ridges
2,243,173
Smalley ___________ ._ May 27, 1941
and end surface portions curving outwardly in
2,374,291
Klein ____________ __ Apr. 24, 1945
opposite directions from intermediate opposite
2,388,797
Panushka ________ __ Nov. 13, 1945
ends of said body to said opposite ends Where
2,473,115
Vaughn __________ __ June 14, 1949
by said body is of relatively larger diameter at
FOREIGN
PATENTS
its opposite ends than intermediate said ends,
a retainer of resilient stretchable material hav
Number
Country
Date
ing an elongated opening therethrough which is 55
609,428
Germany __________ __ July 2, 1932
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