A buzz cut is one of those hairstyles that looks great on guys with a nicely shaped skull. After all, it's almost like being bald. And speaking of bald, buzz cuts are the right way to go if your hair is thinning out. It brings less attention to your hair loss. But not all buzz cuts are the same. As simple as this hairstyle may seem, it has variations.
With its messy, sexy appearance and low maintenance upkeep, a comb over with low fade is one of the most versatile types of haircuts a man can sport. But a high, chiseled fade to the skin may look a bit more impressive and statement-making when paired with long hair on the top of your head.
A fade haircut is actually a form of tapering the hair, but the hair is cut drastically lower than a regular taper. Many barbers tend to bald the hair around the sides and back of the head beforehand and taper the cut so that it gradually gets thicker as it extends to the top of the head giving it the “faded” look.
The pompadour is a hairstyle named for Madame de Pompadour (1721–1764), a mistress of King Louis XV. Although there are numerous variations of the style for men, women, and children, the basic concept is hair swept upwards from the face and worn high over the forehead, and sometimes upswept around the sides and back as well.
What is a slicked back undercut hairstyle? The slicked back undercut is a hairstyle that involves keeping the sides and back of your head in an undercut haircut while the hair on the top is kept long enough to be able to slick it back. Such a hairstyle setup keeps the hair polished and sharp as the hair on the top is slicked flat so that it blends into the undercut on the sides and back of the head.
An undercut hairstyle women currently consider as one of the trendiest in 2017, is an extremal type of haircut with one or both temple areas cut very short or even shaven. Although it’s a very popular men’s style, women also keep up with the trend.