The south of France is the official name of the Usher haircut. It’s a burst fade haircut that leaves a wide mohawk cut. Hair on the tip can be shorter or longer.
The haircut in southern France is especially for curly hair and especially popular black hair . It has been a must for years because it looks good and is easy to wear.
Mix it by adding hair color, sponge curls or a V-shaped neckline .
Take a look at these different ways to wear the haircut in the south of France.
1. Usher haircut
From the side, the Burst Fade and Iroquois effects are fully visible.
2. Fade haircut
From the front, Usher Burst’s faded haircut keeps the sides tight, but has a little bit of it from the top of the curl.
3. V-shaped neck
A cool way to finish this haircut is with a V-shaped neckline. Blonde tips complete the look.
4. Burst fade Mohawk
The south of France can be worn longer or shorter and looks great with some sponge curls and a round neckline.
5. Burst Fade + Beard
This type of fade haircut also works with a beard. The burns rejuvenate back to facial hair, which is shaped into a long beard.
6. Short burst fade
You are never too young to have style. The south of France is an excellent hairstyle at any age.