The Caesar haircut may be one of the oldest and most classical hairstyles for men. Before it was popular in the 90s, the Caesar cut was introduced by Julius Caesar of the Roman Empire, from whom the name is derived. The Caesar haircut requires short hair, although your fringe can be long, and should be styled by bringing the hair forward. Because of its simplicity and ability to cover hair loss or a receding hairline, the Caesar hairstyle is a great option for men who may be balding or have thin hair. Here are some examples of the best modern Caesar cut hairstyles, including long and short ones, to help you determine whether this look is right for you.