How to Style a Taper Fade on Long hair

The taper fade is a stylish haircut that gives a sleek appearance. It works best on straight medium length hair.

Low Taper Fade

A low taper fade adds subtle yet modern style. It has an even taper around the ears and neckline, creating a clean look. It also works well with curlier hair, as it contrasts with the coils on top.

Medium Taper Fade

A classic taper fade with a disconnected line is a chic and timeless style. It is ideal for slick back, pompadour, or faux mohawk styles. This style adds length to the top, creating more contrast.

Slicked Back Taper Fade

Slicked back hair with a fade and wax gives a sophisticated appearance. It is a great way to modernize your style, with options ranging from low to skin fades. It pairs well with side part, quiff, or pompadour styles.

Long Taper Fade

The long taper fade is a stylish choice for men with thick hair. It starts at the temples or ears and features longer locks up top.

To add a taper fade to your long hair, ask your barber for a low taper fade starting at the ears. It will give you an elegant finish.