31. Around the ears
The link between the hairstyle and faded beard style is a great opportunity to play around. You can make it run as far or close to the ears as the hair on your face allows. Make it a little farther away for a special look.
32. Reverse fade
This reverse fade starts near the chin and ends near the ears. This smart approach can easily make you stand out of the crowd. If you decide to add a goatee and a mustache, the appearance can be stunning.
33. Cool fade
There isn’t anything complicated about creating a cool fade. All you have to do is make your beard appear more prominent by the right shaping. It makes sense to go to the barber shop if you are trying this for the first time.
34. A wide style
Making the hair on the cheeks wider than the thick patch on your chin is a great way to make an impression. It feels as if you have two facial hairstyles. One of them is a faded beard style while another is a special goatee.
35. Thin fade
If you have thin facial hair, it’s hard to create an impressive fade style. However, you can try by outlining the difference between a shag and your sideburns. Thick hair on top makes a good contrast to the thin hair on the bottom.