The Fade is the must-have hairstyle for 2015. Compared to the undercut, the Fade offers a lot of variety – carry it up or down low , rejuvenate to short hair or to the skin. Look at these new photos for 5 ways to fade the taper . You can get the entire haircut or add the fade to any hairstyle you like.
This side pomp cut by Nicholas the Greek is a retro style made modern. The hair on one side of the part is medium in length and styled on one side using a layrite effect. On the other side of the part, the hair is cut as short as possible without getting up. Then the hair fades until it is ultra-short everywhere.
This fuzzy rejuvenation by Jay Fades is masterfully executed. The hairstyle gradually tapers from short to the skin. Whether you are fading for a razor or that bland fade, it will look clean cut as you grow.
Another way that fades is how fast the cut goes from hair to skin. This cool style of Braid Barbiere is similar to the first cut, but instead a high level of skin fades. The hair on top is also combed back on a diagonal instead of on the side. You can mix the direction of the slick back as you like. Of course, the waxed mustache is a cool addition to any beard or goatee.
The Taper Fade can also be a subtle addition to any haircut. This version of Gregory Max hair salon fades hair down almost an inch from the hairline around the skin. It works with a beard for a more cutting style than the undercut.
Crossfading can be a bold statement or a clean style. This light fades by Eric Soto is conservative, but still in vogue.
Shaving is the must-have of 2015 men’s hairstyle. There are so many ways to get started in this cool trend, so find a picture you like and bring it to your hairdresser. All these cuts grow smoothly, so there is no reason not to opt for it.