This hairstyle, shown with the moniker, “Key West” is another simple style, taking the long, slightly-layered locks and waving them into
a cascade of ripples. The weight and bulk at the top and sides of the style gradually diminishes as the ends taper to points created
by the defined strands. This style of wave is often created using “rag rolling” techniques and by braiding the hair in large swaths
to give deeper, broader switchbacks. Some women opt for a permanent wave style using these techniques in order to get this look more
easily on a daily basis.