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In the barbering world, a fade is a technique whereby differing lengths of short hair are blended together with clippers. When executed well, this results in a smooth graduated look, from short stubble (or even no hair at all – a skin fade) at the bottom into slightly longer hair further up the head. It looks sharp, clean and modern, and is an excellent way to breathe new life into more traditional haircuts, just like the classic comb over. First off, make sure the hair is grown out sufficiently to allow it to be styled into a quiff to begin with. Ask the barber for a comb over fade and explain that you want enough length left on top to wear it in a loose quiff. How long will you leave the top? You’ll need at least 2 inches on top to really get that comb over look, but the style works best with 3-4 inches of length on top. If your hair is much shorter than that, it may not resemble a combover fade until the top grows out enough to keep it parted to the side. Keep in mind that the longer the top is, the more work you’ll have to put in to style it. But if your hair has good natural texture, you may be able to air dry and go for a casual version of this cut!
We think this is a soon-to-be classic haircut that would be a good choice for any guy looking for a new style with a modern edge. Whether you’re opting for a more traditional polished look or something a bit edgier, you’ve got options with this cut. You should have a perfect even fade that has no noticeable fade lines if everything is done correctly. As the hair comes closer to the skull base, it should gradually get shorter. This modern variation of the classic comb over fade dials things up by mixing longer-length hair on top with a high fade to create a sharp contrast between lengths.Getting a nice fade haircut is not only about the side hair. A fade haircut is still a haircut. Your client (or you) may want also to cut the top of his hair.
If you’re the kind of person who likes a 2-in-1 shampoo or has a less-is-more approach to life, this is the comb for you. Not only does it offer two combs at once, but it also fits conveniently into your wallet for grooming at any time. To have a perfect #1 fade haircut, follow the steps below: Choose The Right Hair Clippers (High Quality) I personally love a high fade. I have a pretty round head and the higher you take the fade on the sides, the more elongated your head and face appears. It’s up to you how short you would like it but the fade itself usually happens higher up the head to avoid that triangular shape. Entirely up to you where you’d like the fade to connect to the top, too.”Using an ordinary comb, clean up the fading. (For dark hair, use a white comb; and use a dark comb for light hair.) We can write hundreds of things and tips to cut better with scissors but you came here mainly for the fade, didn’t you?
This short, side-swept haircut with a striking hard part looks classy and refined, especially on dark and shiny hair. Pair this style with a short beard and groomed eyebrows to create a polished, office-ready look. It requires a low amount of product and styling to maintain as well. It’s important to make a distinction here – one that can make or break your desired look. “This shouldn’t be confused with ‘taper’, when your hair gradually changes from one length to another,” says Kidd. “A fade is shorter than a taper and ends when it reaches the skin, essentially ‘fading’ in.” Kidd recommends you make sure you’re going to a barber in the know. A good fade requires skilled hands.Scoop a small amount of pomade and apply throughout your hair. Using less at first is a good idea, as you can always add more pomade later. Also, more product will create a sleek, shiny look while less will keep your hair textured with some volume.