A fade is a stylish and modern addition to any men’s hairstyle. What’s a bland haircut? Instead cut the hair in a length to the sides and a well-defined line on the neck, a fade-rejuvenated hair from short to shorter and with a bald bland, down to the skin.
Fade haircuts may be the start-up high, down low, or in the middle of the head. Here we take a look at 6 ways to wear a low fade. As you’ll see, a bland-working with all sorts of haircuts for guys, from short to longer.
1. The neck cone
The lowest fade of all is the neck cone. This fast fade eliminates a hard neckline for a blur down to the skin. It looks good and grows clean.
2. Low Skin Fade
Add a modern touch to the classic side hairstyle, this cut has a bland down to the skin all the way around. The look effectively lifts the hairline and creates a clean cut finish.
3. Middle cone + low skin fade
For a stylish way to manage the sides and back of thick hair, this cut features a cone starting from the center of the head and ending in a low bare fade. Combined with a line-up on the forehead, the hairline is groomed to perfection all the way around.
4. High and Narrow + Low Bald Fade
The high and tight is one of the most popular hairstyles for men with black hair. As the name implies, the hair is left more up to high, while the sides are cut short and tight. The skin fade down low is as firm as it gets.
5. Long Buzz Cut + Low Taper Fade
The low fade works even with an ultra-short-cut. The low fade adds style and ensures that buzz does not look like a DIY job.
6. Low Fade + BART
In addition to working with all types and lengths of hair, bleach can be worn with a BART. Hair-tapers down to the skin on the temple and quickly back up on hair on the face, the sideburn for a seamless transition between the two. Like all the faded cutouts, the growing-out process looks natural so you do not need to see the barber every week, unless you want.