10 Mid Fade & Skin Fade Undercut Hairstyles for Men to Try

Mid fade undercuts are great for visually elongating your face with still having a neat and precise haircut. And for edgy look skin fade undercut is a right choice. Here in this article, we will try to make the choice easier for you.

 

How to Do Undercut Fade

How to Do Undercut Fade

Step 1: Choose the right hair clippers. For undercut fades you will need clippers that allow length adjustments.

Step 2: Locate the upper temple area. Part your hair there as that is where you will disconnect the haircut.

Step 3: To achieve a fade, start going with the clippers from your ears, and not all the way to the disconnection line. You are going to readjust the clippers to achieve smooth transitions.

Step 4: If you want a skin fade, you can set your clippers to 0, or use a razor blade to carefully shave off the part right above the ears.

Step 5: Use scissors to cut the longer part of the hair, and then stylize it.

Step 6: See how your beard and sideburns match the haircut and stylize them if needed as well.

 

Watch The Following Video to Learn How to Do High Skin Fade Undercut for Men

 

Latest Undercut Hairstyles with Mid Fade and Skin Fade

Following are the most trendy  undercuts with mid fade and skin fade that men love.

1. Skin Fade with Brushed Up on Top

skin temp fade with undercut

A skin fade undercut can be combined with simple haircuts and the effect will still be amazing.

Ideal for: Round and square-shaped faces.

How to Style: Use a small amount of hair wax to lift the bangs upward and you will be good to go.

 

2.  Long Side-Swept Hair

Mid Fade Undercut for Long Hair

Combining longer hair with skin or mid fade undercuts has been very popular in the recent few years.

Ideal for: Heart and square-shaped faces.

How to Style: If your hair is thick and voluminous, make a low fade and use hair wax to pull the hair to one side.

 

3. Faded Undercut with Curls

short curly hair with skin fade undercut

Linear hairstyles, such as temp fades go well with beards if they are styled in the same way.

Ideal for: Oval and heart-shaped faces.

How to Style: Combine the skin faded undercut with your natural curls on top. To define the shape of the curls, use hair oil or hair wax. Style your sideburns carefully to match the hair.

 

4. Messy Hair with a Low Mid Fade

Messy Hair with a Low Mid Fade Undercut

It would be a shame to cut off those beautiful, wild waves. With a fade on the sides, they will look great.

Ideal for: All face shapes.

How to Style: When your undercut with mid fade starts low, your curls and waves can fall naturally without you having to do much.

 

5. Short Spiky Hair

skin fade undercut with spiky hair

Spikes are always a favorite among hairstyles for men. Who could resist the effortless, boyish charm?

Ideal for: Round and oval-shaped faces.

How to Style: Use hair gel to create wild spikes. Also, don’t forget to trim and maintain your beard regularly.

 

6. Crew Cut 

This hairstyle is another simple variation combined with a modern mid faded undercut. It’s shaped in a way that it goes best with no beard.

Ideal for: All face shapes.

How to Style: Use hair gel and pull the hair to the front and the center. Maintain the sideburns regularly to match the hairstyle. It’s shaped in a way that it goes best with no beard. If you decide to grow a beard, you can always make small changes to fit the new look.

 

7. Hard Part Comb Over

Sleek Comb Over with Skin Fade Undercut

This skin fade undercut hairstyle screams with retro vibes, so you can try experimenting and combining it with a mustache.

Ideal for: Heart and round-shaped faces.

How to Style: Use a generous amount of hair gel to pull your hair to the front and to pull it down below the upper temple line.

 

8. Quiff

If you don’t want your long and voluminous hair to be messy and shapeless, this is one of the hairstyles you can go for.

Ideal for: Oval and heart-shaped faces.

How to Style: Try using as little hair product as possible to avoid losing volume on the top. Maintain the undercut with a skin fade around the sideburns and the beard also.

 

9. Undercut with Side Part

mid fade undercut with short hair

Mid fade with undercuts are great for guys who like to keep things simple, but still, want their hair to be shorter on the sides & long on top to achieve the elongating effect.

Ideal for: Square and oval-shaped faces.

How to Style:  Cut the hair on the top of your head short so that it doesn’t require a lot of effort when it comes to styling.

 

10. Undercut for Long Hair

Skin Fade Undercut for Long Textured Hair

Mid and skin faded undercuts are also very popular in the K-pop and J-pop culture.

Ideal for: Oval and round-shaped faces.

How to Style: Use hair wax to pull the hair from the back to the front and mess it out.

 

Skin fade and mid fade undercut hairstyles are great for all types of hair and almost all face shapes, and you should definitely try them.