Skin fade haircuts have been a popular addition to men's haircuts for years and the trend will not go away any time soon. Skin fades look hot with modern, trendy and classic men's hairstyles. They can also start low, medium or high, depending on the cut, style and desired look. Mix and match to create your own unique combination. Fading hair down to the skin creates more focus on hair on top as well as facial Continue Reading
In this section we feature each type of fade haircut that you can get.
We will take a close look at your classic skin fade, the taper fade, high fade haircuts, low fade haircuts, the comb over fade, the drop fade, the mohawk fade, the burst fade, bald fades, and many more awesome styles.
Which new fade haircut style are you going to try next?
Check out each feature below to see all the latest new looks.
Just like all the other men's haircuts, we are seeing different ways to wear the classic mohawk in 2017. These mohawk fade haircuts feature new ways to wear both the sides and the mohawk itself. Continue Reading
Originally popular in the 1950s, the pompadour has since been been updated for the 21st century. The signature height and roll are still there but there are pompadour fade haircuts with every type of fade as well as variations for styling on top. Continue Reading
Fades are one of the most popular cuts for black hair. Whether it's a high and tight or temple fade with an afro, fade haircuts for black men work with short and styles. There are a wide range of fade hairstyles to pick from including high, medium and low, drop fades, burst fades, bald fades and more. Check out these pictures for some classic cuts and latest trends. 1. High and Tight Nomad Barber LDN A Continue Reading
Taper fade haircuts have been a popular choice for men for years and the trend will not go away any time soon. Here are some great examples of the classic taper fade that we are seeing in 2017. Continue Reading
Low fade haircuts and mid fade haircuts are gaining popularity in 2017 after a greater focus on the high fade last year. Low fades can be added to any men's hairstyle, from short to long. There is no cleaner cut finish to a haircut and the low fade looks great growing out, meaning you can go a couple extra weeks between cuts. Lets take a look at the different low fade styles that you can get. 1. Low Drop Continue Reading
Bald fade haircuts were very popular last year and will continue to be a cool men's haircut choice in 2017. They are great for keeping cool or extending time between haircuts. Also known as a skin fade, the bald fade cuts hair down to the skin. Like other fades, the skin fade can be low, medium or high. They can also be added to any hairstyle, from short to long and straight to curly. Check out these pictures Continue Reading
Mid fade haircuts are becoming even more popular in 2017. This type of fade cleans up the neckline while leaving some length above the temples. Mid length fades are also usually drop fades, which arc down behind the ears instead of following a straight line. This cut looks great with short, medium and longer hairstyles. Check out these pictures for few short and longer ways to wear mid fade haircuts. 1. Buzz Continue Reading
If you want to dip into the world of fades without making a major change, try a temple fade. Also known as a blow out or Brooklyn fade, this detail looks cool with every haircut and style. What is the temple fade vs the taper fade? The later refers to all kinds of fades including low, mid and high as well as the burst and drop fade. The former is exactly what it sounds like, a fade that limited to the temple. It Continue Reading
Every haircut should be tailored not only to your hair type but head shape. The drop fade works for all guys while other types of fades may not Continue Reading
High fade haircuts have been one of the most popular men's haircuts for many years. That's because it looks great, works for all hair types, even the thickest or curliest hair and grows out clean Continue Reading
Lets break down the differences between low fade vs high fade vs mid fade haircuts. The low fade tapers hair down the shortest around the hairline while the mid fade goes short a few inches up higher. Both are also drop fades because the line of the fade drops down behind the ear in an arc that follows the hairline and neck. The high fade usually follows a line that goes straight back from the corner of the Continue Reading
The burst fade took off in 2016 and will continue to be a popular fade haircut in 2017. The burst fade tapers the line of hair behind the ear, leaving hair longer at the neck. The shape is rounded, like a sun is rising behind the ear. From some angles, the burst fade can look like a drop fade. However, the drop fade is a low taper that follows the hairline all the way around. The burst fade is a semicircle that Continue Reading
The high top fade haircut, aka the hi-top, may have peaked in late 1980s and early 1990s but it is back. The cut has come a long way from Kid of Kid 'n Play's unforgettable look. A version of the flat top, the high top haircut is all about the contrast between ultra short sides and lots of length on top. The sides are usually cut in some kind of fade. That can high or low, burst or drop, or whatever your personal Continue Reading