Easy Step by Step Tutorial for the Perfect Fade Haircut ✅ Fading Guidelines Explained!

In this tutorial, I am taking you through the step-by-step process of achieving the perfect fade haircut. I also know most of you spend a lot of your haircut time struggling with bald lines. I’ll show you my technique to make that so much more simple and easy!

Fade haircuts were common in the military in the 40’s and 50’s and continued in Black and Hispanic barber shops. Seeing a big resurgence in the late 80s and early 90s, the styles were cleaner cut yet maintained individuality. Fast forward to current society where the fade is gaining popularity in all ethnicities and the look that was formerly seen as too edgy for the workplace is being embraced for its sculpted precision and aesthetically pleasing appearance.
With the surge in popularity and little room for error, it is important to know how to properly construct a fade haircut. This step-by-step tutorial will simplify the process and help remove the struggle from the most difficult parts.

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  1. If this video was helpful please do me a favor and share it with someone else it will help! Make sure you hit that 👍🏻 and subscribe while you’re here! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  2. Great tutorial. I’ve watch quite a few , practice on my home boys hair it came out decent. But I was battling a couple lines on one side. But the other side went smooth . This video answered a bunch of my transition questions

  3. thank you. Obviously took time out of your life to make a video to help other people…this video really really really helped me out. Your explanation of the steps you took and the reason why you took those steps, really got me to understand what I SHOULD be doing. I really appreciate the video thank you.. Because of this video, my clients are getting better more efficient cuts.. cheers

  4. I do 1/2 open for the 1 open guideline 👀 since 1/2 open is equivalent to 1 closed

  5. I use this to cut my brother's hair, thanks for the tutorial. Punching in that bald line has drastically improved the cut.

  6. That's such a stupid look. Slick the top back or put it up, but lose the dorky looking bangs and you got yourself a decent haircut. Kids these days

  7. Finally a video that shows up close how to fade. I would’ve never figured it out without you thx.

  8. Great video man, But I must know what that song is you have in the background its so fire

  9. Thanks for this very informative video. Would this work the same way with slimline and t outliner?

  10. Im a starting barber man and this really really helped me out now i know why i struggle to fade out the line

  11. I keep coming back to your videos, it’s bad for my friends, they’re who I practice on 👍😂

  12. Bro amazing video but I didn’t fully understand what you said about the 0.5 and 1.5 guards and not to use them on the whole section? Could you explain a bit more?

  13. I’ve struggled soooooo badly watching you well just wow you’ve made it so simple to my over worked and over whelmed brain!!! I’m so so happy I’ve come across you!! 👍🏻🙌🏻🥰

  14. Ive watched this over and over and will continue to until it’s burned into my eyelids 😂 THANK YOU 🙏🏻

  15. This was the most helpful fade tutorial I've ever seen… and I've seen hundreds.

  16. So I’ve been using the half guard open for a full section. You said that might be throwing off the look of my blend? Is it because it’s too stretched out?

  17. Thanks for sharing your knowledge! I learned a lot by watching your videos 👍

  18. I’m currently in barber school and it really helped to know you shouldn’t use the 1.5 for a whole section I was doing that and my fades come out clean but sometimes inconsistent and I think that is why. Thanks! But I do have 1 question when you were done I feel like I would have clipper over combed the top around the corner just because I feel like there’s a hard line or even used texture sheers but idk if that’s correct am I trippin pls lmk! Thanks for the great vid tho

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