1) HIGH FADE W/ SIDE PART
The high fade with a side part is very similar to the comb over, yet involves a more defined part. Which side you decide to part your hair on will depend on how your hair grows, but the final look is always classy.
For a more modern side part, ask your barber for a thick, shaved part to accentuate the split.
2) HIGH SKIN FADE
The high skin fade is the shortest way to cut the hair on your sides and back. A high bald fade haircut starts near the top of your head and quickly blends down to the skin for a very tight finish.
As you can see, this haircut offers a ton of contrast while really accentuating the hairstyle on top
3) HIGH FADE w/ CURLY TOP
The curly hair fade is a testament to the versatility of the different types of high fades. While curls can be hard to manage, coupling curly hair with a taper fade on the sides can make styling just a little bit easier.
The most popular high fade curly hairstyles include the fringe, textured crop and messy hair.
4) HIGH FADE w/ CLASSIC CUT
With a subtle but sexy pompadour above the forehead, this zero fade comb over cut is a true classic hairstyle paired with the high fade haircut.
Brush back the hair with a wide-toothed comb, then style by using a modest amount of your favorite holding gel or spray for extra hold.
5) HIGH TOP FADE w/ PART
The high top fade with a part is often styled with naturally coarse, kinky or curly hair.
This hairstyle is usually cut with a high skin or drop fade and is both edgy and unforgettable. It’s most commonly worn by black men.
6) HIGH FADE POMPADOUR
The high fade pompadour is a cool hairstyle that fuses both classic and modern together. The high fade pomp is both an edgy and stylish cut that requires buzzed sides and longer hair on top.
The long hair on top can then be styled to your liking and held together using a strong hold wax or pomade such as our ShapeShifter.
7) HIGH FADE w/ SIDE BANGS + FRINGE
You can give your facial features a little edge by adding some stylish side bangs. This high fade cut is defined by an asymmetric line running across your forehead, with one end being significantly shorter than the other.
Additionally, the top hair, which is kept longer, is brushed to the front to add volume and texture. For this look to work, it’s best the keep the sides shorter near the crown.
With short sides and the addition of a side-swept fringe, this simple hairstyle is perfect for Asian men with thick hair because it’s so easy to style. As you’ll notice with this example, the wavy fringe on top and short taper fade on the sides becomes is a very cool hairstyle that’s worth a try.