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Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Care to learn for some haircut style?  It’s not something that you easily learn by simply watching since it’s a skill that you have to develop.  But for those who already have the skill and looking to enhance it, continue reading and you may find this interesting.

Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Fade Haircut Tutorial

Haircuts are expensive so knowing how certainly has a number of advantages.  You can be a part-time barber, accept haircut services in your neighborhood, or simply enjoy doing what you love.  “Fade” haircut is a style that’s very short on the bottom and gradually gets longer approaching the top of the head.  Take a look at this basic fading tutorial and start eyeing for techniques.

 

What you will need:

 

Step 1. Decide where the fade starts

Step 1. Decide where the fade starts | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Decide where the fade starts.  Everyone has his own preference but normally it starts at the ears and gets shorter down to the neck.

 

Step 2. Draw a line with the shortest guard

Step 2. Draw a line with the shortest guard | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use the shortest guard first to draw a line above the ears and keep it as neat as possible.

 

Step 3.  Use the longest guard to trim the remaining hair at the side

Step 3. Use the longest guard to trim the remaining hair at the side | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use the longest guard about 2 and a half to trim the side until it blends neatly with the portion cut by the shortest guard.

 

Step 4.  Flick motion with one and a half guard

Step 4. Flick motion with one and half guard | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use a one and a half guard on the side of the head in flick motion.  This is important to prevent your clipper from leaving a line.

 

Step 5. Use a zero guard at the line

Step 5. Use a zero guard at the line | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use a zero guard just at the line in flick motion.  Make sure not to go any higher to avoid creating more lines.

 

Step 6. Switch to a two guard

Step 6. Switch to a two guard | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use a two guard to remove any imperfections or dark spots.

 

Step 7.  Clipper over comb technique

Step 7. Clipper over comb technique | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

Use a clipper over comb technique to remove more dark spots and polish the blend a little bit more.

 

And you’re done!

And you're done! | Trends and Style: How To Do A Fade Haircut With Disconnected Top

So there goes your fade haircut.

 

Here’s the full video by Chris Cuts Hair for a better look at how it’s done:

Different hair types call for different techniques so you may not be able to use the same procedure for a curly hair.  It takes time to master even just the fade hair style for each head.  But practice makes perfect and eventually you will know what to expect just by looking at the hair.

 

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