Low Fade

A low fade tapers just above the ear and transitions through the hairline for the right amount of style. Since this cut has low sides, it’s perfect for those who like to make the longer length of hair on the top the star of their look.

Mid Fade

With a mid fade the skin runs higher up on the head, starting from around the brow, it again drops down behind the ears and behind the back of the head, but dropping only a little at the back.

High Fade

Similar to a low and mid fade with the key difference being that the high fade typically starts around your temples or forehead, and then gradually tapers off for a more dramatic look.

Burst Fade

Typically the burst fade is cut around the ear on the sides of the head. It also comes in a low burst fade, mid burst fade, high burst fade.

Taper Fade

A taper fade typically involves a gradual decrease in hair length from the top of the head down to the sides and back, but it maintains a bit more length around the ears compared to a traditional fade.

Modern Mullet

The hair on the sides is faded up, creating a distinct contrast with the longer top and back. Towards the back, the hair gradually increases in length, forming the classic mullet shape.