The mix and match between fades, braids, and occasionally designs are highly popular at the moment among both white and Afro-American men. And what’s not to love about these modern hairdos?
They keep the back area clean and are highly versatile. There are various types of braids that you can choose from: from box braids to Dutch or French knits, cornrows, and even fishtails. And now we’re talking only about the braids; wait til you find out about the fades. Bald, high, mid, or low taper fades and even fades with freestyle designs can go and accompany a braided top.
So if you are here to make a noticeable change, you are in the right spot. Check the images below and write us in the comments about your favorite braids with a fade.
1. Box Braids with Fade
To recreate this hairstyle, your braids must be very clean, dope and well-executed. Get a mid-taper fade that is very simple but very effective. Create a bump and messily tie the plates in a ponytail.
2. Taper Fade with Braid
Parting is the most crucial step for these braids. Use large and small sections of hair and beautifully blend them together. Pin them in the back, in a mid bun.
3. High Top Fade with Braid
Section the top in two parts and make two tight cornrow braids which you’ll pin in a bun. Style a bald fade and get a line up for the forehead. Give the beard an impressive outline.
4. Bald Fade with Braids
A thick long beard will be the perfect combo for the short bald fade with short sides and back. As for the top, two thin Ductch braids will help you get that rebel cool look.
5. Braid with Temp Fade
One of the cleanest haircuts that you can perform is one with a bald temple fade and a line up for the forehead. The edges of the braids must be highlighted and the plaits should meet in the mid-back.
6. Braided Dread with Fade
Die the top in a blonde nuance and create dreadlocks. Spare them in half and braid them towards the back. On sides, a high bald fade will provide such an amazing contrast.
7. Low Fade with Braid
Such a low bald fade with braids will only go a few inches above the ear. Moisturize that coarse hair and detangle it before creating the cornrow braids.
8. Two Braids with Fade
Section the top hair in two even parts and build the braids starting as close to the forehead as you can. Direct the braids close to the area that separates the longer hair from the tapered bald fade.
9. Braided Man Bun with Fade
Before you build the braids, pin the long hair in a bun and deal with the low bald fade from the sides and back. Also, you should go for an ombre if you want your plates to have some highlighted areas.
10. Braid with Fade for Boy
An unusual parting for the braids will differentiate you from all those who get similar hairstyles. Do a zig-zag parting and decorate all plates with golden hair rings.
11. Braids with Mid Fade
When you have thick dense hair, you will get a great-looking outline in the temple area. Using the clippers, trim the hair and begin building the fade.
12. Burst Fade with Braid
Coarse, thick hair is harder to manage and you need a hairstyle that suits your face shape and also looks brilliant. A braided mohawk with a high fade that follows the hawk will highlight the construct. Extend the sideburns and make them pointy.
13. Braid with Fade and Beard
Hair fibers are your best friend when you want to create a great outline for your forehead and make that lined up stand out. As for the braids, start all of them from the same point and direct them differently.
14. Skin Fade with Braid
Create very thin braids on the top. You will braid them together in two plates and gather them in a micro bun in the back. If your beard is rare, use the hair fibers to create a design.
15. Braid with Fade for Short Hair
These thick cornrows that go all the way to the back will give your face a longer appearance, and the bald fade will highlight the braids.
16. Braid with Fade and Design
A high fade with a design will look brilliant with freestyle and top braided cornrows. Using the trimming machine with no guards will help you get such a mind-blowing hairstyle.
17. Drop Fade Haircut with Braid
This drop fade looks so smooth when you start with really short hair and create a high-top fade that highlights the braid. As for the top, go for the fishtail braiding hairstyle. Longer the pony, the better.
18. Braided Ponytail with Fade
Start with no guard for the back and sides and as you move along towards the top, increase the length by adding a clipper. Tie the cornrows in a small ponytail in the back and use hair fibers for a clear outline in the temple and forehead area.
19. Braids with Undercut and Fade
Create a parting that will keep the top hair long and the sides and back in a short, mid taper. For the top, to make the braids look sleek and keep them tight. Don’t forget that you need to prep the hair with jam if you want them to get that slightly greasy aspect. .
20. Dutch Braid with Fade
For this hairstyle with Dutch braids, style the plaits close to the edges to make room for some smaller braids that go on top.
21. Braids with Fade for Black Man
Dyeing your hair is a great transition that you can embrace each time you want something new. If those baby hairs get in the way of your line up, comb them and use the up towards down movement when trimming them. It will help you create the line up.
All men love braids with a fade because they have a low maintenance process that gives them the opportunity to spend only a couple of minutes in the mirror before they get out of the house. Also, sporting these braids makes their whole hairstyle quite easy to wear and match with the outfits. Man buns, ponytails, or even plates that fall on the back are just a few options for men with braids and fades that want to look spectacular.