10 Cool New Fade Haircut Trends For Guys to Check Out
Fade your own way.
Looking for a new haircut for 2017? Why not give the classic fade haircut a whirl? Fade haircut trends can be transformed into fun and totally different looks that work on everyone from clean cut dudes to those that are a little edgy. From molded cuts to low buzzed fades, we’ve got you covered. Read on to check out some of our favorite new fade haircut trends for guys that are sure to inspire your new look.
10 Fade Haircut Trends For Guys to Wear in 2017
1. Tapered Top Fade
For a stylish and slightly shaggy look, try out this tapered top fade. It makes fade haircuts for guys much easier to wear if you don’t like to do a lot of hair styling. Great for virtually every hair type, use some Bed Head by TIGI Hard to Get Texturizing Paste to help mold and sculpt your tapered ‘do.
2. Curly Top Undercut Fade
The undercut fade is a great way for any guy who wants to rock their natural texture, without go for all-out curls. To perfect your natural hair texture, use the Dove Men+Care Control Gel to tame and mold your curls.
3. Extra Long Fade
The long fade is a good cut for guys who love length, but maybe not enough to go for a complete long haired look. Tight fades that buzz all the way down to skin can let in a little more contrast than you may want. Just keep the edges of your hairline faded for that perfectly cut look.
4. Buzz Cut Fade
We’re all about the military haircut for guys in 2017. Fade haircuts for guys mixed with a buzz makes for a confident, strong haircut that will look good on anyone. Wear this cut and stand a little bit taller.
5. Faded Edges
We love the look of a longer on top haircut with faded edges. This look is extra high contrast making it look particularly dashing. Wear this cut with a classic quiff, or as a tousled crop. You can style both with the Axe Smooth Look: Shine Pomade.
6. Bald Fade
The bald fade haircuts for guys basically means the fade goes all the way down to your skin. This makes your fade (and hairline) end a little higher up. We like bald fades paired up with a buzz cut like our model above, or an extra long pompadour.
7. Temple Fade a.k.a the Brooklyn Fade
This too cool for school fade cut is focused on the temples only. It makes your front hairline look extra smooth and can even out a mismatched hairline. We especially like this haircut with a curly high top. It’s the kind of cut that just turns up your style a good few notches.
8. Scissor Fade
For a much longer faded look, go for the scissor fade. This one is done with, you guessed it, scissors. It makes sure that your long, straight hair sits at a comfortable and obvious angle. This cut is best suited to dudes who like to keep their hair on the medium to long side.
9. Receding Fade
If you’re dealing with a receding hairline, try a receding fade. Chat with your barber to start your fade based around your hairline. This makes the fade much more flattering and can give you a huge boost in confidence.
10. Medium Cropped Fade
For a longer look try this cropped fade. Styled with a long pomp and an undercut, this look is all about some awesome volume that you’ll wear on top of your head. This style lets the bottom half of your hair steer the focus to the top, while making sure you get that clean cut look.
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