16. Razor shape up
No matter what type of fade you choose, you can ask the hairstylist to create a razor shape up. He or she will use a razor to make the edges of your haircut sharp. This way the hairstyle will look neater and will stand out more prominently.
This medium-leveled fade is similar to an undercut. The fading layers are rather slight; however, the transition from long to short hair is obvious. This is a good choice for men who are looking for a unique hairstyle.
18. Fohawk fade
The fade technique in this hairstyle is used to create a fohawk. The sides are faded while the top is kept high enough to make a contrast. Eventually, you will get a hairstyle very similar to a mohawk while keeping the hair on the sides intact.
19. Low side part
The low side part is a popular technique used with a high fade haircut. The reason for its popularity is the stunning appearance of the top part styled into a comb over or spikes. The lower the side part is, the more effective the hairstyle appears.
20. Grease hairstyle
A high taper fade is a great addition to the modern grease hairstyle. While three-quarters of a century ago, grease hairstyles were made on more or less long hair, the modern ones look terrific with a high taper fade.