The pompadour has originated in the late 20th century and this style has been updated for men with the combination of different styles. Hairstylist all over the world have been trying to style the pompadour in different ways and have been pairing up different hairstyles with the pompadour, but the faded pompadour has been the favourite among them and all the men who want to have this style. The pomp can stand out from the crowd or be low profile. Different kinds of faded looks have been complimented with the pompadour and there have also been variations in styling the top.
Faded look adds the oomph factor to any pompadour style, whether it is the classic old big slicked back style, to the latest and trendy loose or messy pompadour. The fade combination is sure to be in trend in 2018 as it is also easer to style because there are no sides to work on. Faded pompadour is also all about textures and finishes. The different fades act as bonus points to the pompadour and thus making the hairstyle far better that it was meant to be. The zero fade look is also among the best faded pompadour looks. The pompadour looks fabulous when it is of high volume and slicked back.
This is a boon to the hipsters with this great pompadour hair that fades down to skin. Wear this cut styled high as a pompadour or simply swept back and to a side. For extra style points pair with a neat facial hairstyle.
Here are the best styles to compliment the faded pompadour
Pompadour Fade With Beard:
Pompadour fade hairstyle with a beard is what majority of men prefer nowadays to get the sleek and funky look. It is sexy and the beard acts as the mirror image of the pompadour. The hair on top for this style can be short or long, and so is the case with the beard.
Pompadour Fade With High top:
The high top faded pompadour is the classiest of all the pompadour styles. This needs comparatively longer hair and the way it is styled, it adds the extra volume to the hairstyle. Men of different age groups try this hairstyle to look more stylish.