The Taper Fade haircut is one of the hottest shaved hairstyles of the year for any guy.
It is a version of the undercut that separates hair from short to skin instead of the usual blushing hairstyle . This type of faded haircut can also fade a skin called bald fade, shaver fade and blurry fade.
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Look up the dictionary and you will find this picture. Not every barber or stylist has these skills. If this is the right path for you, look for a barber with great clipper skills.
These pictures show the phases that go between the traditional short sides, long on top haircut and a skin fade. The end result might look simple, but do not try it at home!
One of the most common haircuts that comes with a taper fade except for a buzzcut is this combo style. The high fade rejuvenates to the skin around the temples. A shaved part and perpendicular align add geometric definition. Finally, long hair will be top with a combed shiny hair product .
Just as the name implies, this high-low fade begins around the ears and follows the hairline down to the nape of the neck. A cool hair design follows the same bow on one side. For guys with a beard, notice how this cut burns to the skin on the side and rejuvenates into longer facial hair.
A skin fade creates the perfect canvas for hair designs . The only limits to what you can do are your imagination. Talk to your hairdresser about a unique design that is as simple as these curves or as complex as the logo of your favorite team.
Here’s a close-up of how a crossfade works with a beard . The hair is cut on the side of the skin and rejuvenates to full facial hair. This beard is also groomed to a perfect bow on the cheeks and mustache, which extends towards the chin base.
The term “low fade” means that the hair rejuvenates to the scalp, compared to a high shrinkage. This blurry fade is a seamless hair-to-skin transition that keeps the hair easy to care for and provides an ultra-clean cut.
As we have seen with the beard, a rejuvenation can happen anywhere on the head. It is an excellent choice in the neck area, because the book looks much cleaner than a defined line.
For 2015, the taper fade is undercut. This flattering and versatile style can be worn high or low, with a beard or neck, and looks great with shaved parts and hair designs. Find a picture of a cut you love, or talk to your hairdresser to create your unique version of this men’s hairstyle trend.