60 Different Types of Fade Haircuts for Men That Rock

11. Low top fade


Low top fade is similar to the high top fade. However, the top part is cut much shorter. This haircut will appeal to Prince of Bel-Air fans who are not ready to spend a long time styling the top of their fades.


12. Regular fade with spikes


This is another complicated variation of the regular fade haircut. You can enjoy the long top hair since it gives you an opportunity to experiment and enjoy the stunning results. Spikes are very trendy right now and they are easy to create. All you need to do is run the gel covered fingers through your hair and spike it up.


13. High fade with low spikes


High fade haircuts are appealing thanks to the easy maintenance and rare touchups. In order to make spikes, you need to grow the top part long. But if you are looking for a maintenance-free option, consider leaving the hair about one inch long and spiking it up a little to make a low and subtle crest.


14. Regular fade with a wet look


This regular fade hairstyle is easy to create thanks to the hair gel. The hair on the sides is cut into a regular fade while the top is left about 3 inches long. The more gel you apply to the top hair part, the more complicated the upper style can be.


15. Scissors + trimmer fade


The fade haircut made by using both scissors and a trimmer always look especially effective. The high part is cut with scissors while the lower is left to a trimmer. The top part is left long enough to create wild spikes and other complicated options.

    1. Virginia Livingston

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