Best Men’s Faded Haircuts

If you’re looking to try the best men’s fade haircuts of 2018, you’ll love our list of fades to choose from. Just check out these stylish haircut styles before your next visit to the barbershop for ideas on awesome cuts to get!

Low Fade Haircut

Low Fade

The low fade starts just above the above the ear and is a great haircut options for guys getting their first fade. Combined with the thick, textured medium length hair on top, this look is one of the best trends of the year!

Mid Fade Haircut

Mid Fade

The mid fade is a popular cut that offers a trendy, yet professional appearance. Starting at the middle of your sides, it can be worn with a variety of hairstyles such as the brush up, faux hawk, or spiky hair.

High Fade Haircut

High Fade

The high fade is the perfect haircut for high-contrast hairstyles, including the slick back, pompadour, and quiff. This high faded undercut starts at the height of your temples and shortens downwards. The beard adds a hot, masculine touch to the final look.

Skin Fade

Skin Fade

Keeping your hair shorter for longer with a skin fade cut makes maintaining your look easier. The skin fade is versatile and can be easily paired with both short and long hairstyles. In this case, you will find a textured crop with line up and full beard.

Box Fade Haircut

Box Fade

A fashionable choice for a black men’s haircut, the box fade looks good with a design or shaved line.

Bald Fade

Bald Fade

This bald fade, like the skin fade, has become a stylish “short sides and back” hairstyle that can be paired with just about any style on top. Not to mention that this particular example also features a loose comb over and beard fade, where the sideburns are also faded into the man’s facial hair.

Long Hair + Fade

Long Hair + Fade

Long hair and a fade represent the crux of the “short sides, long top” phenomena that has been sweeping men’s barbershops. This long faux hawk and shape up fit in seamlessly with this high fade.

Short Hair + Fade

Short Hair + Fade

On the other hand, another common cut and style option is the short hair and fade combination. Getting a short haircut all around your head can make your hair easy to style and maintain.

Drop Fade

Drop Fade

The drop fade gets its name from the fact that the fade curves around the ear and drops towards the neckline. This picture depicts a slicked back comb over with a low skin drop fade.

Burst Fade

Burst Fade

Lately, the burst fade has blown up as a trend. Typically combined with a mohawk or fohawk, this type of cut fades into your hair on top.

Shadow Fade

Shadow Fade

The shadow fade blends your sides beautifully. Like any other kind of fade, it comes in high, low, or medium styles.

Comb Over Fade

Comb Over Fade

The comb over fade is a classic haircut that can be slick or textured with a part!

Undercut Fade

Undercut Fade

The undercut fade is a cool variation, and looks best with a slick back.

Taper Fade

Taper Fade

The taper fade is the most classic way to cut your hair on the sides. Longer than modern fades, this look has been trending this year as hairstyles get longer!

Mohawk Fade

Mohawk Fade

Fohawk (aka Faux Hawk) Fade

Fohawk (aka Faux Hawk) Fade

Temp Fade / Temple Fade

Temp Fade

Fade with Part

Fade with Part

Fade with Hair Design

Fade + Hair Design

High Top Fade Haircut

High Top Fade

Blowout Fade

Blowout Fade

Pompadour Fade

Pompadour Fade

Fade + Curly Hair + Long Full Beard

Fade + Curly Hair + Long Full Beard

High Skin Fade + Long Textured Fringe

High Skin Fade + Long Textured Fringe

Razor Fade + Pompadour

Razor Fade + Pompadour

Low Skin Fade + Line Up + Short Top

Low Skin Fade + Line Up + Short Top

Faux Hawk Fade + Shape Up

Faux Hawk + High Fade + Shape Up

Low Taper Fade + Short Wavy Hair

Low Taper Fade + Short Wavy Hair

Low Bald Fade + Brush Up + Beard

Low Bald Fade + Brush Up + Beard

Faded Sides + Long Textured Quiff

Faded Sides + Long Textured Quiff

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