The low fade, along with high and mid fade haircuts, remains the most popular way for guys to cut the hair on their sides. Because low fades are versatile, they can be added to any men’s hairstyle – short, long, curly or straight. For instance, you can ask your barber for a short low skin fade all around the back and sides, thereby creating a high-contrast look with your long hair on top. Guys can even request a disconnected low razor fade or a cut that tapers their hair into their beard. Ultimately, low cut fades work well with today’s best hairstyles, including the comb over, slick back, and quiff.
If you’re looking to get a low fade haircut, check out this guide to learn what a low fade looks like and examples of this stylish cut for men.
- 1 Best Low Fade Haircuts
- 1.1 Low Skin Fade + Quiff + Part
- 1.2 Low Taper Fade + Long Comb Over
- 1.3 Modern Pomp + Low Razor Fade
- 1.4 Faux Hawk + Low Skin Fade
- 1.5 High Pompadour + Low Taper Fade
- 1.6 Low Fade + Messy Top + Beard
- 1.7 Low Drop Fade + Curly Afro
- 1.8 Textured Spiky Hair + Low Skin Fade + Full Beard
- 1.9 Low Fade + Long Hair on Top
- 1.10 Low Fade + Line Up + Textured Side Swept Fringe
- 1.11 Low Fade + Edge Up + Curly High Top
- 1.12 All Around Taper Fade + Messy Wavy Top
- 1.13 Low Skin Taper + Brushed Back Hair
- 1.14 Mohawk + Low Skin Burst Fade
- 1.15 Low Cut Fade + Longer Textured Top
- 1.16 Buzz Cut + Low Bald Fade + Beard
Best Low Fade Haircuts
For some cool men’s hair ideas, let’s take a look at the different low fade styles you can get. From a tight low fade with long hair to a bald fade haircut with a line up, these are the best low taper fade cuts and styles to try. You’ll quickly notice that low fade haircuts work well with short, medium and long hair, as well as a variety of textures and hair types.