Abstract: The present invention discloses an electric pet hair brush. The electric pet hair brush. comprises a shell, a roller, a control module and a power module. The shell has an accommodation space. The control module and the power module are electrically connected and are accommodated in the accommodation space. The roller is arranged at the front end of the shelf and is connected with the power module. The roller can be driven by the power module to rotate. The roller comprises a roller main body and multiple comb assemblies. The power module drives the roller main body to rotate, and the multiple comb assemblies can alternatively and circularly extend from the roller main body or retract into an accommodation space of the roller main body with the rotation of the roller main body.
Abstract: A dry-cleaning brush includes a body, a base plate and a bristle component. A storage cavity used for storing shampoo powder is formed between the body and the base plate. A powdering device is arranged in the storage cavity and includes a pressing rod arranged on the base plate, lever assemblies, pistons, and at least one leaking hole formed in the base plate, and the pistons are located at openings of the leaking holes. Each lever assembly includes a lever having two ends respectively clamped on the pressing rod and the corresponding piston. A rebound mechanism is arranged between an elastic gland, the pressing rod and the base plate. The powdering device controls the pistons based on the lever principle, the elastic gland and the pressing rod are pressed to drive the levers to pull the pistons away from the leaking holes.
Abstract: Disclosed herein is a portable folding type hairstyling tool. The hairstyling tool includes a casing unit which also serves as a handle, and a hairstyling unit which is inserted into or unfolded from the casing unit to be used by pivoting. The hairstyling unit includes an electric heating part for applying heat to the hair, and the casing unit includes a power source. The hairstyling unit has a rotary switch around a hinge part, thus allowing power to be supplied to the electric heating part by a power source only when the hairstyling unit is unfolded from the casing unit.
Abstract: A multi-functional hairbrush with storage compartments for grooming, storing and organizing small beauty accessories, the hairbrush having a hollow brush head and main chamber, a brush lid portion attached hingedly to the hollow brush head, a plurality of spring clips mounted removably therewithin. The hairbrush also has a slot chamber positioned underneath the main chamber and a flat comb portion fitting within the slot chamber and inserted removably therewithin. The hairbrush has a hollow, elongated handle portion and an elongated chamber, with handle lid portion attached hingedly to the handle portion. The elongated chamber also as a plurality of spring clips mounted removably therewithin.
Abstract: A hairbrush for allowing trapped hair to be easily removed therefrom. The hairbrush comprises a handle for grasping the hairbrush and a head joined to the handle. The head comprises an array of bristles that protrude through a layer having an array of corresponding apertures. In an initial position the bristles fully protrude through the apertures. In a final position the layer is shifted to the free ends of the bristles. By shifting said hairbrush from an initial position to a final position tangled hair is gathered along the layer and easily removed from the hairbrush.
March 8, 2007
Date of Patent:
January 4, 2011
M.L.A. Developement and International Trade Ltd.
Abstract: One embodiment of a combination hair tool may include a handle having a head portion, which may include a first surface portion and a second surface portion adjacent to the first surface portion. The combination hair tool may also have a plurality of bristles that may include a row of tufts extending from the first surface portion. The row of tufts may be configured to apply a hair product on hair. The combination hair tool may also have a plurality of teeth that may include a row of tines extending from the second surface portion. The row of tines may be configured to comb the hair.
Abstract: A hairbrush assembly includes an elongated first cylinder having a first end and a second end. An elongated second cylinder is positioned on and is rotatable with respect to the first cylinder. The second cylinder has a distal end and a proximal end with respect to the second end of the first cylinder. The second end extends outwardly from the distal end of the second cylinder. The second cylinder has a plurality of rows of aligned apertures extending from the proximal end and toward the distal end. A plurality of bristle assemblies is provided and each is positioned between the first and second cylinders adjacent to the first end of the first cylinder. Each of the bristle assemblies is selectively positioned in an extended position extending outwardly of the apertures or in a retracted position positioned within an interior space defined between the first and second cylinders.
Abstract: A retractable bristle brush of the type for retracting the bristles into the brush is provided. The retractable bristle brush includes a handle adapted for grasping by a user and an elongated, cylindrical inner mandrel extending from the handle; a plurality of bristles extending outwardly from the inner mandrel; a cylindrical external mandrel is slidably mounted on the inner mandrel, the external mandrel forming a bristle orifice through a top surface thereof in connection with a bristle cavity formed by the external mandrel wherein each associated orifice and bristle cavity disposes at least one bristle; and a mechanism for controlling bristle extension in connection between the external mandrel and the internal mandrel limiting longitudinal movement of the external mandrel between an open position wherein the bristles extend through the orifice and a closed position wherein the bristles are retracted to a position within the bristle cavity proximate the top surface of the external mandrel.
Abstract: Collapsible hair brush with a brush retaining housing. The housing is open on one end. A bristle holding plate and attached bristles are capable of sliding into the housing and out to the the open end of the housing. A bristle plate end block has an outwardly protruding stop pin that interacts with a longitudinally disposed slot in one side of the inner brush retaining housing. The bristles are each comprised of a shaft member whose bottom portion terminates in a spring retaining shoulder and integral downwardly disposed flexible shaft member. An extension spring surrounds each the downward shaft and penetrates and is retained by the bristle holding plate. This configuration allows the bristles to bend when they slide into the housing forming a compact unit that can be carried in a pocket or purse and to then pop up when slid out from the housing.
Abstract: Collapsible Hair Brush with a brush retaining housing. The housing is open on one end. A bristle holding plate and attached bristles are capable of sliding into the housing and out to the the open end of the housing. A bristle plate end block has an outwardly protruding stop pin that interacts with a longitudinally disposed slot in one side of the inner brush retaining housing. The bristles are each comprised of a shaft member whose bottom portion terminates in a spring retaining shoulder and integral downwardly disposed flexible shaft member. An extension spring surrounds each the downward shaft and penetrates and is retained by the bristle holding plate. This configuration allows the bristles to bend when they slide into the housing forming a compact unit that can be carried in a pocket or purse and to then pop up when slid out from the housing.
Abstract: An ultra-thin folding bristle hairbrush, capable of being operated with one hand, suitable for back-pocket storage. A base enclosure comprising a plurality of spaced transverse bristle bars, each bristle bar pivotally mounted within the base enclosure. At one end, the base enclosure is pivotally attached to a handle member. A kinematical linkage assembly adjoins the handle with the plurality of bristle bars whereby the opening and closing motion of the handle results in a synchronized articulation of the bristles from a stowed, generally horizontal, position, to a generally vertical position of use. The linkage lends itself to contouring the base enclosure and handle for ergonomic consideration such as back-pocket storage. The handle can also operate as a cover element. A unique one-handed “switchblade” action can be employed to flip open the brush, installing the bristles into their position of use.
Abstract: A combination brush and cleaning comb to remove hair and other debris from the bristles. The cleaning comb is specially sized to have teeth that are complementary or slightly larger than the space between the bristles, allowing for minimal effort when cleaning. The matched sizing also reduces the possibility of damage to the bristles. The handle of the brush contains an ergonomically designed enclosure to store the cleaning comb without affecting the feel of the handle.
Abstract: A twist hairdo roller is provided, which consists of a structure for wrapping the hair on a head of a woman into a twist hairdo. Components are for retaining the hair in the twist hairdo by frictionally engaging the hair against the wrapping structure.
Abstract: An improved structure of a foldable comb having a handle and a hollowed frame pivotally connected therewith, the hollowed frame has an elastic member for implanting thereon a plurality of brush pins. The handle provides an eccentric wheel at the pivotal connection thereof, a push rod having a block thereon can be moved with the eccentric wheel and having an elongated shank thereof inserted into a rod sheath beneath an elastic member in a cavity of the hollowed frame to move therewith; therefore a plurality of brush pins on the elastic member being capable of stretching automatically when the handle and the hollowed frame being spreaded and being capable of contracting automatically for storage when the handle and the hollowed frame being folded.
Abstract: A cleaning brush for a shaver is provided which comprises a substantially plate-like main member divided into a first and a second half, the first and second halves being coupled on the side of one surface by a hinge member with their side faces being substantially adjacent to each other, the first half being provided at the side face thereof with bristles extending perpendicularly to the side face, the second half being formed in a second surface thereof with a recess which opens at the side face thereof to accommodate the bristles, the cleaning brush further comprising a holding portion provided on the first and second halves and on a mounting surface, respectively, for cooperating with each other to detachably mount the main member on the mounting surface.
Abstract: A brush includes a housing unit and a bristle plate disposed within the housing unit. The bristle plate has a plurality of parallel bristle elements projecting downward therefrom. A guide unit guides the bristle elements to move through the bristle holes of the housing unit. A resilient unit biases the bristle plate to move upward in the housing unit, so as to retract the bristle elements into the housing unit. A bristle-pushing member includes a generally inverted U-shaped body riding on the bristle plate, a rotating shaft provided on the body and journalled in the housing unit, a rotary lever connected securely to an end of the body, and a push lever connected securely to the other end of the body. Rotation of the rotary lever moves the bristle elements between an extension position and a retraction position.
Abstract: A compact portable brush having a handle which is collapsed to reduce the size of the brush when carried whereby the handle extending from the housing for the brush bristles is interconnected with the bristle support means to cause the bristles to be retracted into the housing when the handle is collapsed in the compact, carry position. In the preferred embodiment, the bristles are supported on a bristle support member which when actuated from retracted to extended position, or vice versa, is moved along a path inclined to the longitudinal axis of the housing whereby the bristles in the retracted position are caused to be arranged at an angle inside the housing, such angle being accommodated by a living hinge connection between the bristle support and the bristles.
Abstract: A retractable brush includes a hollow casing combined by a lower cover drilled with a bristles holes therein and an upper cover, a bristle base slidably held in the casing having a plurality of bristles formed on the base extendible outwardly from the lower cover for combining and brushing use, and a bristle extender having a push button slidably held in the upper cover which is depressed to push the brittle base downwardly in order to extend the bristles outwardly until being locked on the upper cover and upon a disengagement of the push button from the upper cover, the bristles will be retracted into the casing as restored by a restoring spring. Upon the extending of the bristles for combing or brushing operation, a water stream may also be applied through the hollow casing, the bristles holes to spray onto the hairs as being combed or brushed.
Abstract: In a hair curling rod having retractable bristles passing through apertures in a cylindrical body for winding up the hair and a device for directing a stream of heated air through the outlet apertures, the bristles or prongs are retractable independency on the temperature of the heated air stream. Preferably, the bristles are secured at one thereof to a movable support controlled by a temperature dependent element of a shape-memory alloy situated in the stream of heated air to expand or contract in response to predetermined temperatures.
Abstract: A brush in which the individual bristles are arranged in clusters so that the bristles are parallel to one another and perpendicular to the brush body for improved gathering and aligning of hair without damage thereto. One embodiment also has a casing having a panel with a plurality of openings extending therethrough, a cradle member positioned within the casing carrying a plurality of elongate support members with thread-like monofilament bristles attached thereto. Each of the bristles extends into one of the openings in the panel in a close-fitting relationship. The embodiment also includes means to retract the bristles into the casing through the openings whereby the close fitting relationship between the openings and the monofilament bristles exert a scraping action to the bristles to clean them of any foreign matter adhering thereto.
Abstract: An implement includes first and second elongated legs that are joined by a first hinge between respective one ends thereof to permit those legs to be folded toward and away from one another. The legs are mutually shaped to define a cavity within a handle when folded together about the hinge. Third and fourth elongated legs are each of a size to be nested within the portion of the cavity defined by a respective one of the first and second legs. A second hinge couples one end of the third leg to the other end of the first leg. A third hinge couples one end of the fourth leg to the other end of the second leg. Finally, a fourth hinge couples together the other ends of the third and fourth legs.
Abstract: A brush is detachably engageable with a hair grooming device, such that the handle of the brush forms an integral part of the backbone of the grooming device. A pair of lugs, each having a socket formed therein and extending upwardly from the backbone, matingly receive the ends of the handle. A wall formed in the backbone receives a cluster of bristles depending from the lower edge of the handle.
Abstract: A retractable bristle brush comprising a housing having a bottom side, a top side, spaced side walls and spaced end walls, a plurality of openings extending inwardly from the bottom side, a plurality of bristles aligned with said openings, means mounted for movement between retracted and extended positions of adjustment relative to the housing, the inner ends of said bristles being connected to said means for movement of said bristles through said openings to retracted position within the housing responsive to movement of said means to retracted position and for movement to extend perpendicularly outwardly from the bottom side of the housing responsive to movement of said means to extended position.