Blowout haircut is also known as temple fade, Brooklyn fade, Afro Blowout, and temp fade. If you haven’t heard of any of those names you might’ve been living under a rock since this haircut has become really popular in the last few years. We don’t need to talk about how popular fade haircuts have become for men because literally, everyone is wearing some variation of the haircut nowadays. A blowout haircut is one such variation that is more popular among African American or black men. The reason for this is that a true blow out cut requires thick, heavily textured hair that is usually a characteristic found in black men hair.
A blowout haircut is similar to a low bald fade where the hair is cut really close to the skin from the top of ears to the sides of your hairline, tapering to the nape. This cut is different from a low fade in that the level and amount of fade is lower and the hair on top is left longer and fuller. When hair is cut this way, it automatically gets the appearance of being blown out. This haircut requires a lot of texture and height in your hair to get the blown out look just right.
The other options for the black men