Style is ever-changing, what once was old and outdated can be new and fresh again. With the existing amount of variations of the shaved sides from undercut, taper, fade, and others, it could be overwhelming to find the one that suits you. Thus, we have compiled 10 of the best ones for you to delve into.
Temple Fade and Choppy Side Fringe
Drop Low Fade and Relaxed Pomp
Check out this low fade if you’ve been searching for ways to transform the traditional taper fade. The drop cut behind your ear creates a curved silhouette that provides a more natural look, and with the loose pompadour at the top, it will give you the volume to balance it out.
Top Knot and Fade
This look is fairly simple to achieve, you just need a comb to pull your hair up and tie it up. Combining it with a thin fade that’s perfect for warmer weather, it simultaneously gives a strong contrast to your longer top.
Hardline Skin Fade
This variance of the side part trend will take you out of your comfort zone with its futuristic and modern characteristics.
Textured French & Choppy Fringe
Opting for a lower maintenance hairstyle doesn’t mean you have to compromise looking stylish.
The textured French crop requires only a little bit of hair product to be applied from the roots. Coupling the slightly messy fringe with an undercut also gives a perfect balance and effortlessly edgy appearance.
Vertical Hair with Designer Fade
With thicker hair comes great possibilities to style your hair. Bring your hair upwards and apply some product to maintain that upright look.
Don’t forget to ask your barber to create an alluring design that shows off your personal style.
Guess what? The Mullet is making a comeback, stronger and more stylish than ever with a modern twist. You can now literally have the best of all lengths: shorter sides, slightly longer top and front, and you can choose however long the backside is.
Hardline Design and Brush-Up
Side hardline design is a refreshing change of focal point so that people will notice the overall look rather than just the top and front. To balance out the rigid undercut design, you can style it up with a loose brush up to look effortless and relaxed.