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Believe it or not, your hair can really determine the outcome of your day. A good hair day can make it a good one, but a bad hair day, well, that can have a disastrous snowball effect that starts out with putting you in a bad mood, and end by having you shaving your head (or worse).
Most save the best for last. But we’re so excited about this new hair trend, we’re starting with the best – and that is Beck’s. David Beckham’s high-on-top fade is actually the most Googled haircut in America. His hair is literally making America Great Again (unlike you know who). If you’ve got Beck’s volume (and even an ounce of his style), then this fade is for you.
If you prefer your fade a little less close to the skin on the sides, then Maroon 5’s frontman, Adam Levine’s the guy you need to follow.
No sport has more fashion icons than basketball. While Russell Westbrook’s the NBA’s leading style all-star, the Bull’s Jimmy Butler has every kid with hoop dreams rocking his high top on the court. Heck, you don’t even need to be able to dribble. As long as you have coarse / curly hair, this fade with end twists is the perfect choice for you.
If you don’t know who Cameron Dallas is, then you probably don’t know what Vine is. You’re also probably under 25. If so – and you have a full head of voluminous hair – then this one’s for you.
This one’s bordering a little too close to faux-hawk territory. So proceed with caution if you’re going to attempt soccer’s biggest star, Christiano Ronaldo’s hair. However, if you have his body and boyish good-looks, then full steam ahead, as you can get away with anything.
So it may be over for Brangelina. Heck even we’re still recovering from that news. Nevertheless, it’s far from over for Brad’s killer fade. His is military inspired, faded right up high, combed slick to the back. You don’t have to enlist in the Army or anything to get it, just print out this picture and bring it to your barber.
The official new king of pop, has long been the official king of cool poster hair. From his curly locks back in the day, to the chemically straightened fade of today – Justin’s proof that anything’s possible. Well, what we mean is that if you have curly hair, you can still pull this off.
Didn’t we already show you this on Jimmy Butler’s head, you’re thinking? Not at all. Swaggy-P’s got his longer in the back for almost that mohawk look. This is Nick Young’s signature look, now adopted by streetballers and style icons everywhere.
Go to a lot of conservative business meetings? Maybe you’re a banker or real estate agent and need to look as polished as possible. Could a fade still be for you? Absolutely, just look at Ryan Reynolds here. We purposely picked a pic of him in a suit to show you that he’s totally boardroom ready. And the biggest plus – because it’s short – it doesn’t need too much styling.
Look. Just look at what a fade can do for you. Soccer star Sergio Ramos is more popular for his hair than his game, as his hair transformation was so huge – it became an internet meme. Need any more proof that this do is for you?