Are you an old school soul that has a passion for adding modern touches to timeless trends? Inspired by the iconic flat top haircut , the high top fade is one of the hottest hairstyles men with textured hair can try! High top fade styles are a flawless blend between classic and classy, all while saluting the golden age of hip hop. Take a trip back in time and feed your nostalgia with your own take on the traditional silhouette. Both practical and aesthetically pleasing, dreads are the go-to solution for men with longer hair.
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1. Traditional High Top Haircut
Short High Top with Taper Sides
Originated in the hip-hop Golden Era, the high top fade haircut, aka the hi-top fade, does not lose its leading positions among the most requested black men hairstyles of nowadays. Its appearance was highly symbolic as it signified the milestone of hip-hop entering the pop culture. After the short recession, it reemerged with a bang in the late s. Coming a long way, this look has generated a cluster of omnifarious variations that are notably prevalent in the African-American community today.
Hi-Top for Long Hair with Fade
Hailing from the s, this cut is a favorite among black men for its indefinite variations of styles to choose from! You can even pair your look with a hipster beard and an impressive fade art to complete the freshest look! One of the classic hi-top fade looks was popularized by the legendary Will Smith, and now its modern versions can be seen on son Jaden Smith and basketball star Nick Young!
Hi-top fade is a hairstyle or male haircut where hair on the sides is cut off or kept very short while hair on the top of the head is very long. The hi-top was a trend symbolising the golden age of hip hop and urban contemporary music during the s and the early s. The hi-top fade is commonly called a Crew cut , due to the great likeness of the two styles.