12x NEW Trendy Styles

It’s no secret that hairstyles are constantly changing. New trends pop up all the time, and it can be difficult to keep up with them all. Well, you’re in luck! We’ve got you covered with some of our favorite styles right now.
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Sleek and Shiny

Shiny, sleek, smooth and clean: these are the elements that define the new trend in fashion. This style is cool, modern and very much in vogue.

The new trend involves wearing clothes that are either completely shiny or have a shiny look about them when in fact they’re not. If you want to pull off this look then you need to ensure that your clothes have a clean finish with no loose threads or unfinished seams anywhere on them.

Low Fade

A low fade haircut is not only a trendy look but also a classic one. The first step to getting the perfect low fade is to know how to tell if you have the right kind of hair for it. If your hair is curly, then this style won’t work for you as well since curls tend to clump together and create an uneven look that’s not aesthetically pleasing.

The second step would be finding a barber or stylist who knows what they’re doing when it comes to cutting black hair. You want someone who can give you precision cuts while maintaining their own creativity within their profession; no matter what type of hairstyle or style you’re looking for, there are certain things that everyone needs in order for them look their best!

High Fade

High Fade is a popular style for men with thick hair. It’s a short haircut that requires little maintenance and is suitable for all face shapes.

For the best results, you should work with your barber to get the exact style you want.

A high fade starts at the crown of your head and gradually gets shorter as it goes down until it reaches near-shaved levels at the nape of your neck or behind your ears.


The undercut is a hairstyle that was popularized by the British rock band The Kinks in 1964. It is characterized by long hair on the top of the head, with the sides and back shaved close to the scalp.

This look is perfect for those who want to be trendy, but want something simple and easy to maintain at home.

Slick Back

If you’re looking for a new hair trend, then the slick back might be what you need. The slick back is a classic hairstyle that was popular in the 1950s and has been making a comeback ever since. It’s very easy to do and can be used on both long and short hair, so if you want to try it out but don’t know where to start, this article will walk you through everything from how to get started with a slick back cut all the way through styling your own hair at home:

Slick Back Hair Style 101 – What Is A Slick Back?

The first thing we need to discuss is what exactly defines a “slick back.” In general terms, this style refers to any haircut where there’s no volume or height (i.e., no disarray) on top of the head—instead all of your locks are combed straight down across your forehead (or pushed back/tucked behind one or both ears). This creates an extremely polished look that’s perfect for formal occasions or simply when you want something more professional looking than messy curls or loose waves.

Drop Fade

Drop Fade

Drop fade is a type of fade haircut that goes from short to long. It’s ideal for all hair lengths and textures, as it can be worn in any texture and length. The drop fade cut works well on straight, wavy or curly hair types as well as thick or thin hair textures—plus they look great on both men and women!

Skin Fade

The skin fade is a type of fade that fades the hair down to the skin. It’s a popular hairstyle with men and women, and can be used to create many different looks.

For men, a skin fade haircut looks good on anyone with thick or thin hair because it gives you a clean look without too much maintenance. It also makes styling your hair easier in the morning if you have a busy schedule or just don’t have time to spend on your appearance in the mornings!

Women should consider having this haircut if they want something simple but stylish. The top layers will fall freely around their face while still maintaining an attractive shape that complements their curves well enough for going out at night or work during the day!

Flow Haircut

The flow haircut is a cool style that’s easy to maintain. It has been popular for a while, and it’s not going away anytime soon. The flow haircut is a low fade with long hair that flows down the back of the head. This style works best on men who have thick or curly hair because it can keep your locks looking fresh all day long without needing much attention in terms of styling products or tools.

Fohawk Fade

If you have thick hair and are looking for a way to add volume to your look, the fade is an ideal choice. It also offers plenty of versatility and can be styled in several ways: you can keep it short on the sides and back or let it extend out past your shoulders.

The fade haircut involves cutting hair shorter on one side than on the other. The result is a tapered effect that adds contrast between thick and thin areas of hair. This style works well with straight locks since it helps add additional texture without adding bulkiness at the roots (which tends to weigh down curly or wavy styles).

Burst Fade Haircut

A burst fade haircut is a variation of the high and tight, crew cut, or quiff. The hair on top is longer than the sides and back which are much shorter. A similar style is called an undercut combined with a high top fade.

The hair for this cut should be at least 4 inches long on top and shorter at the back and sides.

Disconnected Undercut

Disconnected Undercuts are a variation of the undercut hairstyle. The disconnected undercut is a hairstyle where the hair on one side of the head is shorter than the other, and it’s often referred to as an asymmetrical haircut.

There are many variations of this style, and some people get creative with their styling techniques:

Apply product to dry hair or dampen it with water first before applying product.

Use wax instead of pomade if you want more hold without all that shine.

Temple Fade Haircut

The temple fade haircut is a classic style for men with fine hair. It features short sides and back, which are buzzed short and even around the edges. The top of the head is left longer, but not too long—just enough so that it can be styled in different ways. The temple fade haircut will work well for men who want their hair to look neat and tidy, but still have a bit of length up top for styling options.

The temple fade haircut also works well on curly hair types because it helps contain some of those crazy curls into something more manageable. If your curls tend toward frizzy or unruly, then this cut might be better than others since it gives your locks some extra hold while still maintaining their natural texture without leaving them too crispy or dry-looking.

The barber shop is a great place to experiment with new looks.

If you are looking to try something new and different, the barber shop is a great place to experiment with new looks. Not only can you get your hair cut and styled there, but it’s also a great place to socialize and make friends. You may even receive advice on what types of styles would best suit your face shape or hair type.


We hope you’ve enjoyed our guide to the latest barbering styles. If you want to be on trend, the best thing to do is go and try some at your local barber shop. You never know what might suit you until you try it!