2015 is the year of fading . This cool, tapered cut can be worn in many ways and here’s one of them – the temple fades. This version is not Pauly D’s famous Jersey Shore Blowout, where only the temples are shaved. It is more a temple skin fade. How to get the look.
This cool style was cut by Kevin Luchmün of Toni & Guy London based on model Jimmy Launay . Luchmun describes the look as a fusion of American and British barbers. It’s the UK at the top and the fading is USA, all the way. We have seen many of them fringe hairstyles from England and look forward to seeing them on the streets of the USA. For boys with wavy or curly hair These layered cuts look good and are easy to style.
For bleaching, the sides and back are cut short. Hair rejuvenates to the skin, aka a razor fades in the temple. The hair-to-skin transition takes up most of the side of the head for a cool and different style to rock the fade. It’s worn here with a beard, but of course this style would look just as good with a clean, shaved face.