Low Fade Haircut

Posted by Mamun on January 25th, 2013

When it comes to outward appearance every man tries to find the look that best suits their personality and at the same time still attractive. A haircut is very important to a man and in particular African American men.

Barbershops have a special place in the hearts of most African American men and in most cases they will say it is like their home away from home. Due to these reasons, most African American men pay special attention to the type of haircuts they receive.

low fade haircut

One of the more prominent types of haircut that most African American men receive is the low fade haircut. The word low in the name of the haircut trend is used in reference to how, during the haircut, the hair is shaved completely around the bottom and the sides of the head and then fades into the hair at the top part of the head that is not shaved.

Though the low fade haircut is quite popular, there are still a wide number of haircut styles and trends that black men don, they include;

low fade haircut

The high top fade

This type of haircut is highly popular among black males is certain communities.

The juice haircut

This type of haircut is generally popular with the young black males who have a passion for old school hip as this particular haircut style was at one time donned by the late and legendary hip hop rapper, Tupac Shakur.

low fade haircut

The other more prominent haircut styles that can be found with African American men are based on the haircut styles that are donned by other African American males who have made great achievements in their careers and in turn made their personal haircut styles signature brands. Such stars and their famous haircuts include Jay-Z, P-Diddy and Usher to name a few.

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