The undercut fade takes adds a blurry fade to that classic undercut silhouette.
The undercut, aka disconnect hairstyle, shaves hair down to one length from a line extending back from the temple. Hair on top is left medium to long. These medium length cuts can be slicked back, worked up into a pompadour or even create the illusion of a mohawk.
The undercut fade is very similar to a high fade haircut and could also be called that. Always bring a picture to show your barber to avoid confusion.
Check out these 9 cool ways to wear an undercut fade.
1. Undercut Fade + Taper
This fresh look contrasts a boxy line up with a pompadour that ends in a curl and and blurry fade.
2. High Pomp Fade
This high volume and textured pomp blends seamlessly into the undercut fade.
3. Long Slick Back
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A very subtle fade effect creates a dramatic contrast between pale skin and dark hair.
4. Matte Slick Back
The slick back is a commonly worn with an undercut, whether it worn shiny or matte. The combination looks as good, maybe better, with a fade.
5. Mohawk Hairstyle
Styling hair all the back creates the look of mohawk with the commitment of a haircut. The bald burst fade works perfectly with the lines of this unexpected hairstyle.
6. Bald Undercut Fade
Going from short hair to skin, this undercut fade is a dramatic transition below long hair slicked back into a point
7. Disconnect Hairstyle
The long hair with a fade haircut also looks good worn loose. Push hair over to one side and tuck it behind the ear.
8. Comb Over Fade + Hard Part + Beard
A shaved part and thick beard emphasize this skin fade. Hair is slicked over to one side with some loose curls at the back.