SOME HAIRCUT STYLES
The Fade consists of a very short taper that “fades” into the skin — thus giving this haircut its name. You can ask for your fade to end high on the sides and back (High Fade), low (Low Fade), or at the temples (Temple or Brooklyn Fade).
If you love Mohawks but don’t want to give your grandma a heart attack, why not opt for the Faux Hawk instead? Think of it as the Mohawks younger brother. For this cut, the sides are cropped shorter than the two-to-three-inch strip of hair that goes down the center of your head. This cut allows you to spike your hair up in the middle, creating a sloping point.
If you’re looking to rock a Top Knot, the first step is to make sure that you have enough hair to tie up in the first place. You’ll need at least 6-10 inches. If you currently have a buzz cut, expect to be growing it out for six months before you can pull off this look
The High & Tight has extremely short sides and about an inch and a half on top. The fade of the High & Tight extends from the nape of the neck to the sideburns. One reason this cut is so popular is that it requires much less maintenance than similar cuts.
The Comb-over Fade consists of a fade on the side and back but with longer hair on top. The hair is then “combed-over” to the side