#1: Pomp with a Mid Fade
The pompadour has been around for years and modern twists have been popping up since the first one. This pomp has been coupled up with a mid fade leaving enough weight to transition into the height. When it comes to this style, thicker hair helps with creating volume. I would advise you to blow dry some volume spray into it and finish off with a light paste. One piece of advice is to avoid this style if you have a long face shape as it can elongate your face more.
#2: Glossy Slicked-Back Pomp
The slick-backed pomp is an absolute classic that will always be on-trend. This retro style has been taken down to the skin and faded at the mid point into the top. This will need styling every day so make sure you have the time to do so. You will need a good glossy pomade to create the hold and style and a trip to your barber every 2-3 weeks to keep it looking fresh.
#3: Modern Pompadour Undercut Fade
Rock and rollin’ til the mornin’ with this modern pompadour undercut fade! Now there’s another way to style a pompadour fade with really short sides.
#4: Brushed Up Pomp with a Beard
One of the most classic styles is the pompadour and a brushed-up pomp couples well with a beard. The sides have been tapered to the skin and then faded back out into the beard to finish the look. If you can style this every morning, then you can rock the look daily. The best way to style is to blow dry it up with volume spray, shape it with a light paste and finish off with hairspray to hold.
#5: Long Hair Pomp with Drop Fade
A long hair pomp with a drop fade is ideal when wanting to keep it long on top. The drop fade makes it easier to blend into the pomp. You want a pompadour not a disconnected haircut. There’s a big difference, so keep that in mind.
#6: Textured Pompadour with Razor Fade for Curly Hair
A textured pompadour with a razor fade for curly hair is a great style because minimal product is needed. Grow your hair out a little bit more so it will lay better on top. It’s still a great style at a shorter length, as you’ll be able to train your hair as it gets longer.
#7: Low Taper Fade Pomp on Thin Hair
The low taper fade pomp on thin hair brings the focus away from the density and instead embraces the lightweight qualities thinning hair has. Bringing the sides in and tapering low, the hair does not have to cover as much space and brings focus to the sleek, sophisticated volume on top. To encourage the hair to be styled back without parting, the top is blown dry with a Demi or medium round brush and a volumizing hair mousse or gel. A light pomade or hair spray finishes the look and helps keep the hair in place all day long.
#8: Razor Faded Pompadour
Using a razor makes a smooth transition from skin to medium fade on this pompadour. The perfect form of razor faded pompadour makes the look all put together!
#9: Short Pompadour Fade Haircut
The fine lines really hit it home for this short pompadour fade haircut. Not too much going up top. It’s just the right height for short hair to have a modest cut.
#10: Loose Pomp Fade for Men’s Hair Style
Here for a good time and also a long time, this loose pompadour fade hairstyle is transcendent of numerous generations. It isn’t the typical old school or classic pompadour hairstyle as it shows an upgraded quiff finish.
#11: Skin Fade Pompadour
Tricky layers and a shaved line design keep this skin fade pompadour so smooth and sharp. This keeps your hair full and few at the same time!
#12: Side Part Pompadour
Tame those wild faded pompadour by combing them over to the sides. This side part pompadour gives a casual chill vibe while keeping everything professional.
#13: Pompadour Comb Over Fade
As the name suggests, a pompadour comb over fade is an easy style to do. Have a comb, wax, and some self-confidence and you’ll be rocking this classic style of cut in no time.
#14: Hard Part Pompadour
I can’t even imagine the suaveness of having a really polished hard part pompadour with a skin fade. The surgical line that defines the edges of fluff and skin shaved has been put together really well.
#15: High Fade Pompadour for Thick Hair
Ideal for guys with thick hair, this is a high fade pompadour that offers a clean and manageable cut without losing all the length. Recreate it by shaving the sides neatly, leaving longer hair as you go up. Create a section at the top and style accordingly for a full pomp fade look.
#16: Low Fade Pompadour
A softer approach to having shaved sides is to opt for a low fade pompadour. Hair in layers is rolled at the back while having a gradual fade at the sides.
#17: Long Pompadour Fade
Keep the pomp high on top, which subtly gives you more height and volume. The fade could very well connect to the beard for a more polished look. This long pompadour fade style will flatter men with straight to wavy hair.
#18: Pompadour Fade with Beard
This pompadour fade with beard makes a style that provides a masculine approach to hiding the ages away. It proves that a faded-out hairline serves a youthful look!
#19: Taper Fade Pompadour
This pompadour taper fade haircut will help you ease into having fades that actually flatters you. It’s great for men trying out those near scalp cuts. Opt for the razor fade to mimic the sides as it’s one of the easiest techniques to achieve it.
#20: Mid Fade Pompadour
Cutting skin short at mid-length is a great way to ease a mid-fade pompadour. This haircut is perfect for gents with straight or wavy hair texture who prefer a neat mid-skin fade to match their facial hair.
#21: Bald Fade Pompadour
Only the sleekest barbers could master this pompadour bald fade cut! The connect with the beard, the edges, the comb-over style—it’s the perfect package that you can get any time! Also, this high skin fade pompadour isn’t complete without the precise line-up.