What is hairstyles?
A hairstyle or haircut refers to the styling of hair, usually on the human scalp. Sometimes, this could also mean an editing of facial or body hair. The fashioning of hair can be considered an aspect of personal grooming, fashion, and cosmetics, although practical, cultural, and popular considerations also influence some hairstyles.
What is fade hairstyles?
A fade haircut is a haircut which does not affect the hair length on top but gradually cuts the hair on the back and sides. In other words, the hair blends and fades on the sides and shorter as it goes down the head. Eventually, the cut tapers into the neck and sideburns.
Different types of fade hairstyles:
Low Fade Hairstyle:
The low fade hairstyle is the most popular cut because it is trendy yet timeless. Low fades start just above the ears and curve around the hairline down to the neck. The low fade can be added to any short or long men’s hairstyle for a clean-cut, fresh finish on the sides and back.
High Fade Hairstyle:
The high fade hairstyle is among the shortest ways to cut your hair on the sides and back, offering a ton of contrast for an edgy style. The high fade works well with a variety of cool hairstyles for men because the blending starts very high on the head and shortens at a much faster rate than the low or mid fade.
Mid Fade Hairstyle:
The mid fade hairstyle is the perfect compromise between the high and low fade. Starting halfway up the sides of the head, the mid fade is becoming even more popular because it’s softer and more gradual yet still very much modern and hot. Mid fades look good with a number of styles and fit in both office and casual settings.
Taper Fade Hairstyle:
The taper fade is easily one of the most iconic hairstyles in the world. Timeless, classic and classy, the taper fade hairstyle blends your hair down the sides and back. It’s not as short as a skin or bald fade, but shorter than a classic tapered cut. While still sharp, neat and versatile, the taper is a more subtle trim and will cut your hair without cutting it down to the skin. This leaves the ends of your hair, around the hairline and neckline, longer than a traditional fade hairstyle.
Skin Fade Hairstyle:
The skin fade, also known as a zero fade hairstyle, is a barbershop favorite. Guys love the skin fade hairstyle because it is super clean, high-contrast, and gives off a bad boy style. Whether you pick a high, mid or low skin fade depends on how short you want the sides and back cut, but all of these fades will require your hair to be shaved down to the skin on your head.
Bald Fade Hairstyle:
The bald fade is another name for the skin fade. As such, bald fade hairstyel blend into the skin and finish with no hair. Often, barbers will use clippers with no guard to completely shave off the hair near the ends. Because of the sharp look, guys will also ask their stylists to fix their hairlines with a line up or shape up, creating a super fresh fade.
Short Hair Fade Hairstyle:
The short hair fade refers to hairstyle like the buzz cut, crew cut, French crop, high and tight, and spiky hair. To maximize contrast and avoid having hair that is one-length all around, we highly recommend guys get a high bald fade for very short sides when getting a short haircut on top.
Long Hair Fade Hairstyle:
The long hair fade has been the cut of choice for Millennials, hipsters, and stylish men. By pairing a high, mid or low fade with long hair on top, stylists offer haircuts ranging from the comb over and quiff to the man bun and top knots. Even man braids and ponytails look best when combined with faded sides. For anyone who wants to grow their hair out, there is a cool long hairstyle to fit their look.
Straight Hair Fade Hairstyle:
The straight hair fade refers to the many top men’s fade hairstyles that guys with straight hair are able to get. From messy textured styles to thick brush backs to long fringes on top, straight hairstyles for men work with a number of face shapes and lengths.