If you want to immerse yourself in the world of fades without making a major change, try fading a temple. Also known as Blow Out or Brooklyn Fade, this detail looks cool with every haircut and style.
What is the Temple Fade fading from the taper? The later refers to all types of fades including low, medium and high as well as burst and drop fade . The former is exactly what it sounds like, a fading that is limited to the temple. It essentially shaves the sideburns and a small area on the ear.
It is a great addition to hairstyles for straight hair, curly hair and short and medium-length hair. Take a look at 9 ways to get the look.
1st Temple fade haircut
It’s a small detail, but it even highlights a simple zoom. Like other fades, this style can be worn with a beard. The hair is cut on the temple on the skin and burns laterally and rejuvenates in the facial hair.
2. Short Haircut + Line Up + Neck Taper
Surely you can make a buzz cut at home, but it will not look so good. With a sharp edge on top and low fade on the temples and neckline, this short men’s hairstyle has a lot of style.
3. Temple fade + neck taper
Unlike most fades that are around the neck area, this fading is only at the temples, so it is usually combined with a pair of neck cone to clean up the neckline.
4. Medium length blowout hairstyle
This type of backed hairstyle is most often seen with a rejuvenation of high fade. This cool version has a bit of both with a short cone fading all over and almost bald at the temples.
5. Temples fade with part
Would you like to add a part? Do it. This hard part, cut in a bow, looks good in short curls, but you could also take a straight line. Other side hairstyles would also work with this type of fade.
6. temples fade Afro
The Brooklyn Fade is a cool way to shape curly hair. Shaved temples update this afro hairstyle for 2017.
7. Twisted Curls
The blow-out works with longer hairstyles as well as with curls. It’s a great complement to a medium-length curly style and an edge, as the hair is long with clean cut edges.
8. Temple fade + curly hair
For longer curly hair cuts shaved brackets provide clean edges and a modern profile. A quick fade on the neck completes the look.
9. Temples fade Frohawk
A popular and good-looking hairstyle for black hair is a Mohawk with a burst on the sides. This is similar, but the fading focuses on the temples rather than the entire ear.
10. Temple fading Mohawk
The blowout adds something to any hairstyle, even this eye-catching platinum mohawk. The touch of skin looks cool as opposed to the longer cone and spiky hair at the top.
11. Blow out + beard
This burn-out hairstyle shows a short cut with a hint of Caesar pony. The fading on the temples and side burns acts with the sharp edges of hair and beard. If you’re looking for a way to update your favorite short hairstyle, this is one way to do it.
12. Blow out the pomp
And for something a little different, the fading part of this pomp-fade is limited to the temples to the hairline instead of the usual high fade. It creates a bit of a Mohawk profile that can be styled back in this cool high-volume slick.