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Short Natural Hairstyles for Women 2019 : Tapered Haircuts
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Short Natural Hairstyles for Women 2019 : Tapered Haircuts

Best Tapered Haircuts and Fades for Women

Tapered and fade haircuts have been trendy and popular of late. For the longest time, tapered haircuts were associated with men but have over time gained more popularity with women for being an easy and beautiful style. While a tapered haircut and a fade may look the same, they have their distinct differences.

Differences between Tapered haircuts and Fades

Tapered haircut

For a tapered haircut, the hair is usually longer at the top and shorter on the sides and back. The top is usually 2-4 inches longer than the rest of the hair. A tapered haircut has more hair on the sides with the perimeter remaining intact.

Different types of tapered haircuts for women

 

Fade haircut

The fade haircuts are normally identified with no hair on the back and sides of the head with a little more hair on the top.  Most barbers completely bald around the sides and back of the head and taper the cut. This gives it a faded look because the hair gets thicker as it gets to the top of the head. The major differentiator is that in a fade the hair is cut much shorter than the tapered cut.

Fade haircuts for women
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colored fade haircut black women
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Below are the different types of Tapered Haircuts:

  1. Buzzed Haircut with a half parting

The shorter the hair, the easier it is to handle and maintain. With this tapered hair, the hair is cut very short with a semicircle or straight part to give it an edgy and interesting look.

Short tapered natural hair
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Tapered haircut for women on short hair
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  1. Curly top with tapered side fades

If you have a large amount of hair and wish to give it a cool look, this is the style for you.  You can go for a variety of razor cuts to have a unique style and even change up the colors.

Tapered haircut on curly dyed natural hair
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Tapered haircut for women on curly hair
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  1. Waves with side designs

The waves have made a comeback, being one of the popular sought after styles. Adding a side design will turn heads.

Make sure to keep the hair wrapped in a silk bonnet during the night. This helps preserve oil and retain water content giving the hair a moisturized and effortless look.

waves hairstyles for women
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waves hairstyle for women
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black woman rocking a colored wave haircut
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  1. TWA for natural locks

A teeny weeny afro (TWA) is a much smaller version of an Afro. A shorter length is usually more manageable compared to a tapered natural afro. This is a simple style and requires very little maintenance.

TWA haircuts
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  1. Twist out curls with an Undercut

Regular styling of textured hair or a natural mane can   be time-consuming. Twist outs are styles that take a very short time. Getting the perfect twist out involves twisting clean hair with shea butter, some coconut oil or a curling cream to help with defined curls. Adding an undercut to your tapered kinky hair gives it a great edgy look.

Tapered haircut on kinky hair
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  1. Buzzed sides on dyed kinky hair

For kinky hair, maintenance can be a daunting task. The best way to take care of kinky hair is to limit too much heat exposure and keep it moisturized for easy styling. Choose a hair color of your choice to make it pop.

Tapered haircut for women on kinky hair
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Kinky hair tapered haircut

 

 

 

When choosing the best haircut for you , make sure to consider the size of your head and the shape of your face as well. The maintenance of each style varies according to your hair texture. Identify the style that you want to achieve and rock your tapered haircut with confidence. Find more of these haircuts on our  Pinterest page.

 

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