The Low Fade Haircut Is Taking Over the NBA
It’s a winning cut. When Stephen Curry took his low fade — a few centimeters on top, tapering down around the ears to a clean shave at the base of the skull — on Golden State’s historic rampage through the regular season last year, it was bound to score. Now young stars like Phoenix’s Devin Booker and Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo are rocking the fade, rather than the traditional high-and-tight. With barber shop and hoops culture intertwined, expect to see more fades on your local blacktop soon.