Fades are the number 1 ranked trendiest men’s hair cut out! Voted by brands like Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Harpers Bazar in 2021.
We believe fades are so trendy because they are easily added to any type, length, or style of men’s haircut. Fades are also a great looking, low maintenance cut, not counting barber visits for upkeep.
Here are a few different styles and cuts of fades.
Men’s Skin Fades
“Skin fades” are the cuts that begin almost right down to the skin at the back of the neck and commonly be seen with an ultra-short skin or #0 fade on the back and sides, with anywhere from a #1 to a #5 on top.
Skin fade can be considered the most popular due to the contrast of shaved sides and a full head of hair is instantly attention-grabbing. This style has been made popular with l models such as Ricki Hall bringing it to the fore in fashion.
Men’s Shadow Fades
A Shadow Fade is any haircut that starts lighter on the sides and blends into longer hair on top.
This style is sooooo trend because it is so diverse it can blend low, medium, or high. You can also choose to keep the length on the sides light, medium, or dark. The hair on top can also be any length just if it is longer than the sides.
Men’s Temple Fades
Temple fade cool look with a temp fade between the sideburns and beard and a quick fade at the neckline. The areas with shorter hair make other hairs appear fuller in contrast.
Temple fade is a stylish way to achieve a younger look, seeing as the ability to grow a full beard up to the temples is seldom found in men younger than 24, jump on this trend with celebs like Michael b Jorden who rock this look.
Men’s Burst Fades
The burst fade is a semicircle that leaves length at the back of the neck. Like any other fade or undercut, the burst fade can be added to any men’s hairstyle, short or long.
Burst fade is a trendy comparable to a cool edgy mohawk the burst taper also styles nicely with a trendy comb over, faux hawk, curly top, South of France, flat top, or cool hair design.
Men’s Buzzcut Fades
A traditional buzz cut is an all-over fade of the same length normally no longer than a 1.
If you have an elongated or oblong face shape, the buzz look makes it look more masculine and adds some width to it.
Men’s Tapered Fades
The taper fade is a quick fade at the sideburns and neckline. Those areas blend right into the skin from your haircut of choice and will grow back looking clean and natural.
A taper fade is a trendy choice for men with Afro hair. It’s less high maintenance than a full Afro and helps frame your face, making your features look sharper.
Men’s Undercut Fades
An undercut fade is a men’s haircut that features a mid to high blurry fade, with hair that’s medium to long on top and short on the sides.
The strong appeal to the undercut fade is the way it looks effortlessly cool, it does not need a lot of time, not to mention the one and only brad pit rocked this cut as a staple for many years.
Men’s Pompadour Fades
The pompadour fade haircut is a men’s haircut that combines the classic pompadour with a taper fade.
It is a hairstyle with a lot of volume on the top and can be styled by slicing it back or leaving it to lose. The pompadour fade is generally very neat and Classie style
Men’s Low Bald Fades
A low bald fade is a type of fade that starts at skin level and increases in length shortly above the ear as it goes to the top.
Next time you go to the barber say “I want a temple fade with a line in the back, but I want to keep it longer on the top” is the best way to describe a low bald fade.
Men’s Box Fades
Box fade is the back and the sides of the hair are faded. Then, the top portion is shaped into the “box”.
It’s commonly known as the Fresh Prince of Belair cut, why? because you guessed it the popular Will Smith owned this hairstyle through the 90s and is the reason why it is so popular.
Men’s High fades
The high fade usually follows a line that goes straight back from the corner of the forehead.
The high fade is very dramatic as it gets rid of quite a lot of hair however, they look excellent for men with curly hair as it creates a contrast to compliment the style.
Men’s Sideburn Fades
A very mature fade that is very light and smooth, you will mostly see this fade paired with bread which is where the maturity of the look comes from and there is no denying that sideburns can make a man look very attractive.
Men’s Long Hair Fades
The long hair fade is generically designed for men with very thick long hair that want it to be more manageable and thinned out however it is also a very trending style when tied into a ponytail to display the fade underneath, it’s the perfect way to rock both short and long hair with style
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