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This is a continuation of prior application No. 61/317,659
There is no U.S. Government agency that has a property interest in the application.
Since the invention of personal grooming, a person has had great difficulty in quickly and easily trimming the hair along the back of his or her neckline. In the event a person could trim the hair, it was difficult to pre-determine if the resulting neckline would be straight.
The Neckliner is a device that allows a person to safely and conveniently trim the hair along the back of the neckline without the assistance of another.
A waterproof, rubberized headband, one size fits all, approximately 2 inches wide and approximately ⅛ inch thick.
The Neckliner is a headband that when worn allows the wearer to trim the hair along the back of the neck without the assistance of another. The device can be elastic, waterproof and a one size fits all headband or a waterproof headband which fastens at the front using Velcro, snaps, buttons, or any commonly used fastener.
What sets this apart from other headbands is it isn't used to absorb perspiration or as an ornamental headband to keep hair out of the users face.