What’s a trim line-up? This look involves straightening the hairline with clippers, sometimes also known as the shape up or edge up haircut. This means there are straight lines and sharp angles over the forehead, temples, and sideburns instead of a natural hairline. This leads to a clean look that is often combined with a fade and comb over razor.
A razor fade on the side ends in a square row over the temples. It helps maintain the feel of the fashion clean and put together.
Soft Crop With Edge Up
While the curly top locks were left longer, the sides were cut short with the clippers; providing volume for this look. The barber has applied a curved line over the temples to finish off the feel.
Ultra trendy cutting patterns! On the side are seen patterned linear lines created with varying hair lengths and are complimented by a triangular line-up.
Understated Edge Up
In this look an understated shape up helps to balance this hairstyle with volume in the upper locks and a tight razor trim separated by a high hard edge.
The beard is highlighted here by a curved edge leading up to the angular form of the temples.
This angled line-up draws attention to the small region of fade on the sides while the straight front hairline distinguishes.
Flat Top With Straight Edges
This flat top hairstyle is well complimented by straight front and sharp lines over the temples. A short hard front parting helps to balance this flat top shape.
Patterns like these are suitable for thinning hair pieces. With a low fade on the sides and a smooth edge over the temples, the hair was cut here.
This line-up is remarkable not only because the barber has developed a unique shape over the temples and sideburns, but it has also been paired with a precise razor fade.
The hard part separates the comb-over and the impeccable razor fade and the stylist has included an angular line up in the temples to add to the sharp look.
Fade And Curve
This hairstyle features precise razor fading, rough splitting and combing over combined with angular shape up feeding into sideburns and beard.
Vintage With Shape Up
In this look we see a mix of the vintage dapper style in combination with the form of a step alongside the temples. These sharp sides are feeding into a fading bald.
This look gives an allled texture to the longer wavy hair models and sets them to appropriduct. The barber added squared off line ups on both temples to suit the voluminous feel.
Full Look With Clear Cut Lines
The cutting line on the side of the blade draws attention to the straight line on the forehead and the outline on the hand.
In this fashion, the beard line flows in a curve to the temples where it meets a square off form. The hairline was cut straight forward and at the back the hair was trimmed into a razor fade.
The squared front hairline contrasts with the brushed-up quiff and pulls the eye into the high, quilted part.
New look Afro
This retro style has been given a modern feel by straightening the front hairline and adding curved lines along the temples.
Straighten And Fade
The high, rough parting here draws attention to the square edges of the hairline which are also connected to the beard’s precise lines. A comb over and a razor fade in the hairstyle.
In this example, the barber trimmed the hairline straight ahead and blended the sides softly. This creates a clean, not too sharp look.
The hairline has been squared off the forehead in this style and the hair is separated by a high hard parting. There is a comb on one side and a razor fade on the other side.
In this look, the barber straightened the hairline over the front and added a jagged line over the ears, both rounded and straight.
The barber combined a sharply squared line over the temples with an angular line over the beard, perfectly linking the two.
Edgy Up Do
This design incorporates a straight cut with a rounded beard outline along the temples. The hairstyle features a complicated parting as well as a brushed-up edgy.
Shape Up With Curly Hair
In this look, the natural curls fall softly over the straight hairline while the temples have a smoother S-shaped pattern. These lines are perfect for controlling curly hairstyles and the razor fade.
The rounded outline of the upper portion of the beard and sideburns pulls the eyes over the temples to the angular line. The hairstyle is characterized by a razor fade and this length of stubble is carried to the beard.
This model sports straight sideburns and the stylist gave a square off form to the base of his haircut.
On Trend Edge Up
In this trendy look, the model wears long upper hair, pulled into a man’s pony with faded razor sides and a sharp line over the temples.
The stylist merged a corner line over the temples with rounded lines on the stubble beard for this look.
On the edge
In this pompadour-inspired style, the hair was snipped to give it an edgy look and the outline of the sides was neatened by the barber.
The line-up is often used with a hard parting as well and can be used to tie bearded looks into the hairstyle. Here are some excellent line-ups with precision combined with different hairstyles.