The low fade, along with other types of fade haircuts, continues to be the go-to cut and style for men around the world. What makes low fades so popular is the option for guys to customize their fade haircut. For example, men can choose a low skin fade for a tight cut with strong contrast. Furthermore, the low fade works well with a number of different stylish men’s hairstyles.

Best Low Fades

From a low fade with long hair to a low bald fade with any cool short hairstyle, you’ll want to try one of these hot haircuts for guys in 2017.

Low Bald Fade with Slicked Back Hair and Beard

Low Bald Fade with Slicked Back Hair and Beard

Low skin fades are an awesome way to add contrast to your sides. Combined with a slick back style and beard, and guys have a stylish cut that looks great!

Low Razor Fade with Hard Side Part

Low Razor Fade with Hard Side Part

The razor fade is a very short men’s haircut for the sides. And this hard side part hairstyle is a modern variation of a classic cut.

Low Fade with Textured Spiky Hair

Low Fade with Textured Spiky Hair

Spiky hair goes with any type of fade haircut. Unlike the late 90’s when spiked hair was gelled, nowadays, guys prefer a textured finish.

Low Skin Fade with Messy Top

Low Skin Fade with Messy Top

For an easy, simple men’s hairstyle that looks hot with thick hair, try a messy top.

Low Drop Fade with Hard Part Comb Over

Low Drop Fade with Hard Part Comb Over

One way to customize your low taper fade is to add a drop that curves around the ear towards your neckline. Cut a hard part and style a comb over on top, and you have an awesome haircut!

Low Skin Fade with Line Up and Quiff

Low Skin Fade with Line Up and Quiff

The quiff hairstyle is another retro look that’s been revamped for modern men. With a clean skin fade, line up, and hair design part on the side, this hot cut and style is definitely worth getting!

Brushed Up Fringe with Low Skin Taper Fade

Brushed Up Fringe with Low Skin Taper Fade

Guys with thick hair always have plenty of hairstyle options.

Curly Hair Fringe with Low Bald Fade and Beard

Curly Hair Fringe with Low Bald Fade and Beard

While thick wavy or curly hair can sometimes be difficult to control, a fringe that shows off your curls can be a cool way to leverage your hair type.

Pompadour with Low Skin Fade

Pompadour with Low Skin Fade

The pompadour hairstyle is one of the top “short sides, long top” styles of modern day. Styled with a low skin fade on the sides only further accentuates the longer hair on top.

Slicked Back Fade with Full Beard

Slicked Back Fade with Beard

A slicked back fade can work even with a slightly receding hairline. And let’s not forget that a thick, full beard is always a great addition!

Low Fade with Thick Textured Hair

Low Fade with Thick Textured Hair

For a trendy way to manage your beard, consider blending it into your fade. A fresh beard fade offers cool contrast, especially with thick side swept hair on top.

Low Fade with Neck Taper

Low Fade Neck Taper

A low neck taper extends your fade to your neckline. By fading down to your skin, guys can keep their hair shorter for longer.

Bald Taper with Shape Up and Side Sweep

Bald Taper with Shape Up and Side Sweep

Guys who have thick hair can style many different looks. If you want a short haircut on top, similar to a crew cut, leave the fringe long enough to sweep to the side or brush up, and you’ll have a different hairstyle everyday of the week.

Low Taper Fade with Shape Up and Beard

Low Taper Fade with Shape Up and Beard

This textured hairstyle allows you to comb or brush your hair in a variety of ways. For example, with the right pomade, guys with longer hair on top can always style a comb over for a classy look or messy hair for a more relaxed appearance.

Low Skin Fade with Spiky Hair

Low Skin Fade with Spiky Hair

A low fade with an edge up around the temples works with all types of hair and lengths. Combined with a full beard and spiked hair, guys should try this new hairstyle in 2017.