Patent application title: Easy color hair Brush
Varughese Mathew Madappattu (Tempe, AZ, US)
IPC8 Class: AA46B1102FI
Class name: Coating implements with material supply multiple-tip multiple-discharge tool (e.g., massage tool)
Publication date: 2011-12-08
Patent application number: 20110299909
Self hair coloring made simple & easy with the new design of the Easy
color hair brush. Easy color hair brush has the look & feel of a
conventional paddle brush. The head of the color brush is a container to
hold one full application with an easy fill cap, the squeezable handle
pumps the right amount of hair color with no mess, and each pins at the
bottom have 2 holes each at different levels for maximum coverage. The
easy color hair brush is easy to clean and is reusable.
1. A hair products self applicator with the shape of paddle hair brush,
the head portion of the brush act as a container to store hair products
like hair color, hair oil or hair gel, and has a cap on top of the head
for filling the container, a separate squeezable handle directly
connected to head for applying controlled pressure to the product inside
head container, the evenly placed multiple pins on the bottom of the head
container have 2 holes each in every pins one hole on one side and other
hole on other side of the pin 180 degrees each other.
2. The hair coloring brush applicator of claim 1, has handle act as squeezable handle which is separate from container but it is connected horizontally to head container and has approximately 5 inch in length.
3. The hair coloring brush applicator of claim 1, has pins at the bottom of the brush which has two holes each located 2/4.sup.th and 3/4.sup.th length of the pin, each pins are 180 degree apart for hair products (color, gel or oil) to come out.
4. The hair coloring brush applicator of claim 1, has head portion act as a fill able container to store hair products (color, gel or oil). and has a cap at the top for filling products.
CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATION
 61/241,915 Sep. 13, 2009 Varughese Madappattu.
SUBSTITUTE SPECIFICATION STATEMENT
 This substitute specification includes no new matter.
STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH OR DEVELOPMENT
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REFERENCE TO SEQUENCE LISTING
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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
 1. Field of the Invention
 This invention is applies to applicators used for self application of hair color, hair gel, hair oil products.
 2. Description of Related Art
 Hair coloring is one of the necessities of a human life in today's fast moving world for many like daily shaving. Applications of hair coloring effectively without the help of additional hands and without making mess are an extremely important requirement.
 There are many types of applicator combs in prior art and some are currently available in market. But what Easy color hair brush focusing is on a faster way of applying color using hair brush and it should be as simple and easy as daily brushing hair.
 The applicator that mentioned in this invention has the same look and feel of ordinary paddle brush, with almost all functionalities of paddle brush, plus can be used for applying color, gel, or oil evenly to hair. For example the invention mentioned in prior art U.S. Pat. No. 7,647,933 Morgenstern , et al. Jan 19, 2010 has the limitation on number of pins the color comes out, at one step user may not be able to apply more areas of the hair like a brush covers in one comb, also the container itself is used for squeezing color out with that a controlled amount of liquid is not possible, the prior art mentioned in U.S. Pat. No. 6,526,987 Gioia Mar. 4, 2003 has the difficulty to hold the applicator perpendicular to the hair or application area so applying back area of the hair makes it even difficult, and that too cover only root portion of the hair, not the whole part. This prior art has the limitation of number of pins.
 Like many prior art like these have the common difficulties of not having the shape of brush, more area coverage, and squeezing handle separate from the color holding container, position and direction of the squeezing mechanisms.
BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
 An easy self hair coloring applicator with the shape of a paddle brush, applicator has mainly three parts, the squeezable handle, a container top portion to hold the products (color, gel or oil), and several pins at the bottom, with each pin has two or three holes for liquid to flow out.
 The paddle brush design allow user to apply more areas in one combing. The product (color, gel or oil) filled in the head portion of the brush which acts as container; this has a cap on top. The handle connected to the head portion of the brush horizontally act as a pumping mechanism, based on the amount of squeeze pressure the limited amount of product flows through pins. The pins of the brush have two holes evenly located 2/4th and 3/4th position of each pin for even spread and maximum coverage.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
 FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the applicator according to the invention.
 FIG. 2a is a right side view of the applicator
 FIG. 2b is a right side view of the applicator
 FIG. 3a is a left side view of the applicator
 FIG. 3b is a left side view of the applicator
 FIG. 4 is a top view of the applicator
 FIG. 5 is a bottom view of the applicator
 FIG. 6 is a side view of applicator pins with the view of two different holes
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
 As shown in FIG. 1 the perspective view of the easy color hair brush applicator has the look and feel of paddle brush.
 As shown in FIG. 2a & FIG. 2b the right hand side view of the easy color hair brush applicator has a container 1 for storing products like hair color, hair gel or hair oil. The container is directly filled by opening the cap 3. and close the cap 3 once product is filled. The squeezable handle 2 connected directly to head 1.
 As shown in FIG. 4 the easy open and close cap 3 is directly connected to the head container 1 portion of the applicator brush. The cap 3 is circular in shape and has 1.5 cm external radius. The cap 3 is rotates clockwise to close and anticlockwise to open.
 As shown in FIG. 5 the pins 4 of the brush are connected to head container 1. The pins 4 are evenly distributed with a gap of 0.3 cm apart. The close-up look of pins 4 are shown in FIG. 6. Each pin 4 has two holes 4b and 4b located 2/4th and 3/4th of pin 4 length. In each squeeze of handle 2 the product comes out from container 1 though these holes 4a & 4b. Approximately 150 to 175 pins are connected to head container 1 with equal distance between pins.
 As shown in FIGS. 3a & 3b head container 1 has a length of 5 inches, and hollow space inside to store the product. The product can fill into container 1 by opening the cap 3. Container 1 is connected with squeezable handle 2, and pins 4 at the bottom portion. The squeezable handle 2 is used for building pressure inside the container 1.
 As shown in FIG. 3a, squeezable handle 2 has a length of 5 inches. The squeezable handle connected to head container 1 and it has a hanging hole 5 for hanging applicator.