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Fade

Updated: May 19

- Low fade is a type of haircut in which the starting point of the guide is the temporal fossa and lower. The haircut direction is continued to the neck.

- Middle fade is a type of haircut in which the starting point of the guide is the temporal bone. The haircut direction is continued to the neck.

- High fade is a type of haircut in which the starting point of the guide is a point between the temporal bone and frontal cavity.

- Drop fade is any option above, but only when we lower the neckline far below the temple line.


- Temple, temp fade is a type of haircut in which we slightly taper the temple and the neck area, but only below the ear point.

- Neck fade is a type of haircut in which we only taper the neck area, also below the ear point.

- Taper fade is a combination of the two haircuts described above. Made in height and the bending line behind the ear.

- Mohawk fade is a type of haircut in which the weight line does not go beyond the frontal cavity. A striking example – Iroquois.

- Blast fade is a type of haircut in which the first guide is cut only above the ear and is continued in the shape of the circle to the neck area.

– Types of the Haircuts:

• Extended is the one with no weight line between the sides and the top of the head.

• Not extended is the one with the weight line between the sides and the top of the head.

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