This 1934 coiffure was created by Clarence Felix, hairstylist, Minneapolis who was awarded first prize in a finger-waving contest at the American Cosmeticians Association Convention, Chicago.
A triangular-shaped section is created in the bang area to be used for sculpture curls. Hair behind this section is swept back and set in vertical shadow waves. Two waves are formed on the left side of the part. A row of curls are placed in the hollow of the first wave. At the back the hair is swirled from right to left across the neckline with an upward swing. At the left side the ends are shaped into two triangles of ringlets (indicated by dotted lines). Hair in the triangular section is arranged in soft sculpted curls.