Title:
Standing feather beauty product applicator
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
An invention which allows the user to apply beauty products on a standing base applicator. The invention consists of a feather puff glued/clamped into a standing base. The top of the feather puff is held together with an ornate tie or clamp depending on the base material. Some bases are crystal, other bases are metal. The puff may be ostrich or marabou feathers. The feather puff is inserted into a standing base. The standing applicator and puff provide a new utility for beauty product applicators. The user may wash the feathers in cold water using baby shampoo and blown dry with a hair dryer to renew and freshen the feathers.



Inventors:
Hadden, Sherry Lynn (Long Beach, MS, US)
Application Number:
10/713897
Publication Date:
03/06/2008
Filing Date:
11/19/2002
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A45D33/02
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Primary Examiner:
STEITZ, RACHEL RUNNING
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Sherry Lynn Hadden (Jackson, MS, US)
Claims:
1. I claim that this invention allows the user to apply perfumed powder on a standing applicator. The standing applicator provides a new utility for beauty product applicators. This invention is different from a standard powder puff. While a traditional powder puff rests in a bowl or a powder box when not in use, this invention stands up on its own base. The user may wash the feathers in cold water or baby shampoo and blow it dry with a hairdryer to renew and freshen the feathers.

Description:

SUMMARY

The invention is a standing feather beauty product applicator. The invention allows the user to apply beauty products and then rest the applicator on a stand.

DESCRIPTION

As shown in FIG. 1, the invention consists of a feather puff glued into a standing base. FIG. 2(A) demonstrates the top of the feather puff, which is held together with an ornate tie as shown in FIG. 2(C) and FIG. 3(C). The puff may be ostrich or marabou feathers. FIG. 3 demonstrates the standing base, into which the feather puff is inserted. The puff is held to the standing base using a clear epoxy as shown in FIG. 3(D).