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Published on 05/31/23 / In Education

⁣⁣In professional barbering & haircutting, there are several types of blades used for different purposes and styles. Let's look at the difference between wedge, fade, and taper blades:
1. Wedge Blade: The wedge blade is designed to feed hair better into the cutting blade, which is perfect for precision cutting and bulk hair removal. It's excellent for hairstylists who specialize in intricate styles, as it provides a sharp, accurate cut. These blades are usually more angled, allowing for a higher degree of closeness in the cut. It's also worth mentioning that a wedge blade typically requires more skill and practice to use effectively.
2. Fade Blade: The fade blade is specifically designed for fading hair, as the name suggests. It's built flatter than other blades, allowing for a closer cut to the skin, making it perfect for skin fades and blending. Fade blades are generally used for extremely short cuts and are favored by barbers for their ability to create smooth transitions in hair length.
3. Taper Blade: Taper blades are all-around blades designed for layering hair, as they have longer teeth. These blades are perfect for classic cuts and styles, and they work great for tapering hair. The design allows for more hair to feed into the blade at a time, making it efficient for different types of cuts.
Each of these blades has its unique strengths, and the choice depends on the cut that you are looking to achieve. Often, professional barbers will have all of these blades on hand and switch between them based on the haircut they're giving.

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