Stephen Harvey is an actor, writer, producer, and comedian who has had the high-top fade hairstyle. He has appeared in a variety of movies both as an actor and director. Most people will remember him from his talk show The Steve Harvey Show or his television sitcom Steve Harvey’s Big Time Challenge. These days he maintains his hair to be bald even though it was not always this way.
Stephen Harvey Career
Stephen Harvey, Sr. has been the host of many popular shows on TV One including The Steve Harvey Show and Family Feud; both of which have won awards from various organizations such as NAACP Image Awards. In addition to his hosting duties he also had a cameo role in the movie Think Like A Man Too.
Harvey Hatcher came into this world in Welch, West Virginia. Raised without a father figure, he nevertheless found himself on a prosperous path at the age of 13 when his mother brought him to Chicago. Here they lived hand-to-mouth – she working two jobs just to make ends meet while still trying her best to give her son all the opportunities she could provide for him. When it came time for Harvey to continue his education after high school, he did so under the auspices of ROTC programs available through his local school district.
There were only about 2 other black cadets out of 120 students admitted yearly – but Harvey made it through thanks to hard work and perseverance that are traits we can see today in everything from his speeches at rallies around America to sporting events or charity walks supporting causes near and dear to hearts like ours here at.
Harvey has accomplished many things in his life; he started out earning a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Fisk University and later went on to earn a Masters of Marketing degree from DePaul University while still working as an executive at Kraft Foods. It was during this time that Harvey decided to continue his education with law school which he attended for two years before deciding it wasn’t for him.
Stephen Harvey’s High Top Fade Haircut
Stephen Harvey’s hairstyle features a high fade on the sides and back, while the top portion of the head remains long enough to create an elevated pompadour effect. You will want to keep your hair at least shoulder-length so that you can style it into one of two desired styles: Pompadour or Quiff.
High Top Fade Haircut
The high-top fade haircut is one of the most classic styles in existence, having been around for years and being able to be styled by both genders. The high-top fade is different than a crew cut however – instead there are longer strands of hair on top that range from closely cropped at the forehead to longer locks at the back of the head. It can be worn by people of all different ages, but it is especially popular among African-American men.
A high top fade starts with short hair on the side and back of your head. You keep some length in the front – around an inch or two – so you can either slick it back into a ponytail, braid it, or put it up somehow; this looks good with pretty much every hairstyle because it draws attention to your eye line.
The High Top Fade Haircut is often paired with an Undercut, which means there’s no hair on the sides or back of your head–instead, plugs/pads are applied to fill in where the sideburns would usually be.
Stephen Harvey’s Bald haircut
Harvey’s complete lack of hair has been a defining aspect since the beginning of his career. In fact, when he gave an interview on The Today Show in 2010 and was asked about how fashionable he was, he laughed off the question and said I’m not one of those people who agonizes over what to wear each morning. When questioned whether anyone else does that at all, Harvey shook her head negatively and said never.
How to get the High Top Fade Haircut?
The high-top fade is a popular men’s hairstyle, originating from a slicked down version of the traditional buzz cut that ends somewhere between your eyebrows and just above your nape. You can ask for one at any barbershop and give it a try for yourself with these simple instructions:
Eliminate any extra hair by brushing it out with a brush or comb. Use clippers or scissors to shorten the length of the hair to just one fourth an inch from the scalp. Ensure that there are no stray hairs protruding out of your hair during this process because they will spoil your look if left unattended.
Use clippers or scissors again for further trimming until you get to around 1/8 inch from your scalp (for those who have thick hair). If there are no stray hairs sticking out after each step, proceed with another step.
The high top fade hair cut is very common among African American men nowadays. This is a classic style of a normal high top that has been lifted up into an extremely high top fade hair cut. It is popular with both males and females, whether in its original or blended form. The popularity can’t be ignored; there’s something about the look which makes people want to copy it all over town.