The Best Roddy Ricch Hair Moments

Written By Bakes

Avid writer on Men's Hair, Grooming, and Lifestyle!

Whilst Roddy Ricch hair has been styled in multiple ways with previous styles such as dreads, braids and the buzz cut his signature style continues to be his afro fade.

Throughout his career Roddy has made various appearances on music videos, interviews, editorial press, and social media with his signature afro fade.

Our editorial provides images of his current look as well as his past buzz cut and twists.



Roddy Ricch Hair(Gallery)


Roddy Ricch Hair in an Afro Fade (Signature Look)

One of the most popular hairstyles amongst black males is the Afro fade which is identified by the gradual hair tapering on the sides along with a line up.

afro fade

Artists within hip hop such as Roddy continue to help popularize this style. What makes this look even more distinctive is the light sponge twists throughout his hair.

Roddy Ricch Hair in an Afro Fade

Images above feature Roddy in his press interview with GQ and photoshoots in the small Afro hairstyle!



Starter Dreads

During a press tour back in 2021 we saw Roddy in starter dreads which seemed to be the start of a new hair journey.

As well as visiting leading mass media in this hairstyle he also documented the style via his social media accounts.

Take a closer look and we can see with a few inches of his hair were comb coiled but he later reverted to his afro fade.



Buzz Cut

During the early parts of his career, we saw Roddy in a relatively low buzz cut. This style has been the staple haircut for most men across the world for good reason, its low maintenance whilst enhancing masculine features.

buzz cut

Whilst this style was seen on the rapper a large focus was drawn to his eyes and fans loved it. The buzz cut best known for its association to the military and won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.



Key Take Away: Maintenance!

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The afro fade as well as most other hairstyles will require maintenance from you daily. Since Afro hair types is more prone to breakage its more important to keep up a good regiment.

This is not complicated at all, just requires discipline, ensure you

  • Oil your scalp
  • Visit your barber once every 2 weeks for a fresh taper fade
  • Use a sponge for your twists
  • Moisturise your Hair/Apply a softening cream


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