The undercut fade shots add a blurred fade to the classic undercut silhouette.
The undercut, aka hairstyle, shaves the hair to a length of one line that extends back from the temple. The hair above is medium to long. These mid-length cuts can be combed back, made into a pompadour or even create the illusion of a mohawk.
The undercut fade is very similar to a high fade haircut and could also be called that. Always bring a picture to show your barber, to avoid confusion.
Take a look at these 9 cool ways to get an undercut fade.
1. Undercut Fade + Taper
This fresh look contrasts a boxy line up with a pompadour ending in a curl and blurry fade.
2. High pomp fade
This high volume textured pomp fits seamlessly into the undercut fade.
3. Long slick back
A very subtle fade effect creates a dramatic contrast between pale skin and dark hair.
4. Matt Slick back
The slickback is often worn with an undercut, whether it is shiny or dull. The combination looks so good, maybe better, with a fade.
5. Mohawk hairstyle
Styling hair all over the back creates the look of Mohawk with the requirement of a haircut. The bald burst fade works perfectly with the lines of this unexpected hairstyle.
6. Bald undercut fade
This undercut fade is a dramatic transition among the long hair, which is set back to a point
7. Separate the hairstyle
The long hair with a fading haircut looks well worn too. Slide the hair aside and put it behind the ear.
8. Comb over Fade + Hard Part + Beard
A shaved part and a thick beard emphasize this skin color. The hair is painted on one side with loose curls on the back.