Juice Box Fade Haircuts for Men
A juice box fade is a popular haircut for men. The cult classic film “Juice” features the style prominently; Tupac Shakur sported this haircut while playing his infamous character, Bishop. Since then, the style gained the affectionate nickname of a juice box fade. The cut is similar to a high top fade, but the hair is typically divided into two sections by adding either a shaved part and/or shaving one side of the hair lower than the other to create an asymmetrical look. There are several variations of the juice box fade, giving you lots of different looks to choose from. Here are 33 juice box fade haircuts for men.
1Juice Box Fade
Here’s an example of a classic juice box fade. The hair is cut into a high top fade, then styled with a diagonal part down the center of the head.
2Juice Box Fade With Curved Part
This juice box fade features a curved part that starts at the center of the hairline. One side is shaved lower than the other to give this cut its distinctive look.
3Deep Part Juice Box Fade
Here’s a more modern take on the classic juice box fade. Featuring a deep part on one side of the head, this style allows you to show off your natural texture a bit more. For even more definition, try using a hair sponge.
4Subtle Juice Box Fade
This cut is a slightly different take on the juice box fade: it still has the asymmetrical quality of a juice box fade but the hair is sloped to one side. This is a great look if you want a more unique-looking cut.
5Textured Juice Box Fade Haircut
If you’re looking for a more contemporary juice box fade, try this version. The hair is shaped into a fade, but this look is slightly less boxy. The side part helps create an asymmetrical shape.
6Two Level Juice Box Fade
This juice box fade has a prominent asymmetrical look, with one side being significantly higher than the other. This creates an eye-catching high-low effect that’s sure to make this cut stand out.
7Faux Juice Box Fade
This cut has a more modern look and gives you the option to work on your waves while wearing a cut that’s similar to the classic juice box fade. As this cut grows out, it will look a bit more like a juice box fade.
8Classic Juice Box Fade With Red Color
This classic juice box fade features a pop of red color on the ends. Adding a bit of color is a great way to make a cut pop even more. You can use permanent color or for a more temporary commitment, try a hair chalk or wax that will easily wash out with shampoo.
9Multi-Level Juice Box Fade
This cut takes the juice box fade to the next level: literally. Instead of the classic high-low look, this cut includes a unique multi-level shape that really shows off the beauty of natural hair. Only a skilled barber can execute this look.
10Juice Box Fade With Deep Part
This cut features a deep diagonal part, giving it that classic juice box fade look. An immaculate line-up gives this cut a clean, fresh look.
11Juice Box High Top Fade
This high top fade features a deep side part that creates an asymmetrical shape, making it more of a juice box fade. The way the hair is shaped and styled really shows off the thick texture of the hair.
12Low Juice Box Fade
This low juice box fade is another more modern take on this classic cut. Use a curl defining product (like a pomade or moisturizing cream) to give this look a more defined texture.
13High Low Juice Box Fade
This cut features an extreme high-low effect and the hair is styled into a unique shape, all while maintaining look of the classic juice box fade. Use a pick to help shape the hair in between cuts.
14Juice Box Fade Haircut
This classic juice box fade haircut features prominently curved edges, showing off the barber’s immaculate skills. It’s not hard to see why this style continues to stand the test of time.
15Juice Box Fade With Shaved Design
This cut is classic juice box fade with a twist. In addition to the asymmetrical shape created with the help of a shaved part, this style also features a shaved design on one side of the head. This is a great way to customize a common style and stand out from the rest.
16Contemporary Juice Box Fade
An extreme side part and a sharp line up give this juice box fade a more modern, conservative look. You can’t go wrong with a stylish look like this one.
17Asymmetrical Juice Box Fade
This eye-catching juice box fade features a three-dimensional geometric shape that really sets it apart from other similar styles. This is a great example of how versatile black hair can be.
18Sweeping Part Juice Box Fade
This juice box fade features a sweeping part that starts at one end of the hairline and makes its way across and back, giving this classic cut a unique look and a slightly different shape.
19Low Juice Box Fade With Matching Facial Hair
If you like to keep things low and simple, then this low juice box fade is a great choice for you. The slightly asymmetrical shape shows off the hair’s texture and the low, neat mustache and beard perfectly complement this haircut.
20Classic Juice Box Fade
This classic juice box fade has a slightly more rounded shape, making it a great option for those who want a slightly less boxy look.
21Subtle Reddish Brown Juice Box Fade
Another more contemporary take on the juice box fade, this cut features a subtle part, giving this look the slight asymmetrical look of a classic juice box fade. Use a hair sponge to help create this slightly defined curly look. Use temporary hair color to create this reddish brown ombre look.
22Side-Set Juice Box Fade
For those who like a more subtle juice box fade, try this side-set cut with a deep part. This cut gives you an asymmetrical shape that’s much more understated.
23Juice Box Fade With S Part
This style is a slightly different take on the juice box fade. An S-shaped part divides the hair down the center of the head and the front of the hairline is embellished with a small shaved design.
24Alternative Juice Box Fade
This unique alternative juice box fade features a side part and asymmetrical shape but instead of one side being higher than the other, the front is higher than the back. This is a stylish cut that you don’t see every day.
25Juice Box Fade With Deep Sloping Part
This juice box fade featuring a deep, sloping part that divides the hair into two sections. A small patch of blonde hair tops off this style (literally).
26Coily Juice Box Fade
This look is created by cutting the hair into a variation of the juice box fade, then wetting the hair and creating a coil out. This can be done using a hair sponge. Add a styling pomade or cream for even more definition.
27Juice Box Fade With Full Beard
This contemporary juice box fade features a deep side part and is paired with a full, combed out beard. This is a great look for guys who want to embrace and show off their natural textures.
28Three Level Juice Box Fade
This cut is a unique take on the juice box fade. Instead of two levels, the hair is cut into three levels, giving this cut a distinctive look.
29Extreme Juice Box Fade
This extreme juice box fade takes this style to new heights with its asymmetrical shape. This cut has a retro look that still stands out today.
30Modern Multi-Textured Juice Box Fade
This modern juice box fade features a deep shaved side part and the classic asymmetrical shape of the juice box fade. One side of the head is picked out and defined, giving it a more textured look.
31Medium Height Juice Box Fade
This cut falls somewhere in between a high and low cut juice box fade. This is a great look for those who want a more conservative cut but still want to enjoy some of the qualities of a classic juice box fade.
32Modern Juice Box Fade With Beard
Here’s a newer take on the classic juice box fade. Instead of a curved part, this cut features a straight part down one side of the head, but one side is still cut shorter than the other, giving it a more classic juice box fade quality.
33Retro Juice Box Fade
This retro juice box fade features a curved part down the center of the head, and a perfectly coiffed box shape that never truly goes out of style. With so many ways to vary this style, you can never go wrong with the original.