US 1576567 A
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
March 16,1926. 1,576,567
L. BUHL-BONANNO LIP STICK Filed March 21, 1925 ATTORNE rs.
Patented Mar. 16, 1926.
UNITED STATES 1,576,567 PATENT OFFICE.
I LUCILLE BUHL-BONANNO, OF MOTIN'I. VERNON, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOB TO LUCILLE ZBUHL VANITY PRODUCTS 00., 1110., OF NEW YORK, N. Y., A CORPORATION OF NEW YORK.
Application filedlarch 21.,125. Serial No. 17,158.
T all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, LUQILLE BUHL- BoNANNo, a citizen of the United States, residing. at Mount Vernon, in the county of 6 Westchcster and State New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Lip Sticks, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates .to improvements in .10 lipsticks. The principal object thereof. is to provide a combination, lipstick in which'o'ne half of the lipstick consists of cold cream, which has a soothing but not a coloring effectupon the skin, and the other half con- 1 sists ofrouge for coloring the lips.
' A further object of this invention is to provide a combination lipstick in which the cold cream and rouge form adjacentlateral portions of the same lipstick, instead of being placed end to end, so that it is possible to provide a combination lipstick with these double properties, of the same length as the ordinary lipstick.
Further objects of the invention will-be apparent from the specification and drawings in which-- Fig. 1 is a perspectlve view of the container for my improved lipstick.
Fig. 2 1s a perspective view' of the coni tainer and improved lipstick thereinzwith the coverremoved.
Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the cover only.
Fi .4 is an enlarged view of the lipstick and holder.
Fig. 5 is a sectional view of the lipstick and holder.
Fig. 6'is a section along theline 6-6 of- Fig; 4.
For various reasons it is desirable that only one end of the lipstick be exposed as the material of which lipsticks are composed i s fragile and likely'to. gather dust and for this reason I have deemed it. desirable to provide a lipstick in which only" one end thereof is exposed and in which the cold cream and rouge may be applied almost simultaneously, without reversing the lipstick or removing it from its holder.
In the drawings, 'A represents the metallic holder for my combination li stick, and B the metallic cover therefor. I have desig- I claim is:
nated the cold cream portion of the lipstick as C, and the rouge portion as D. The end of the lipstick is inserted into a separate metallic cup E having the button F traveling in the slot G. The cold cream and rouge in order to beefiective, must be composed of soft nnctuous materials which will adhere to the skin, butonthe other hand, means must be provided so that the rouge and cold cream will not flow and coalesce into each other. To achieve thisobject, I have provided a thin diaphragm or separator H which extends along the entire length of the lipstick and which may be made of waterproof paper, metal foil orof a similar substance. The lipstick is provided with a coating on the outside of tinfoil K which may be torn off as the material is used up.
Having fully described my invention, what 1. A cosmetic consisting of a semi-cylindrical body of cold cream and a semi-cylindrical body of rouge adjacent each other and in a common wrapper and a cylindrical metal container therefor. I
2. In a cosmetic, the combination of a stick of cold cream and a stick of rouge separated from each other, but in a common wrapper. i
3. A combination lipstick comprising a rouge rtion and a cold cream portion laterally djacent each other and separating means intermediate the same, said rouge portion and said cold cream portion contacting with said separating means to form a single composite body.
4. A combination lipstick comprising a hollowjeylindrical container, 3, stick of cold cream and-a stick of rouge adjacent each LUCILLE BUHL-BONANNO.