Back when he was saving lives on ER in the '90s, George Clooney’s Caesar-style cut was bangin’ with just the right amount of frontal fringe.
This Caesar on Antonio Banderas features a harder line with less movement in the front.
This on-trend fringe is one of the more iconic, easy-to-wear "mod-style" haircuts, and you can tailor it to your hair type
After he ditched his infamous yellow ramen noodle curls, JT opted for this more natural look that suits both his face and hair texture.
In this case, his locs hit just at eye level for a look that embraces the style's natural texture and lets it all fall freely, front and center.
Let us introduce the Ashton Kutcher. Serafino pointed out how the length works with Kutcher’s natural wave and texture, and the blunted line
The ultimate testament to the versatility of the Caesar, Zayn Malik has taken the classic look to a stylish new level with a dose of edgy color.
The '90s curtain bang look is great if you’ve got a thick head of hair because it’ll flop right into place, as you can see by Jimin’s cotton candy style.
One of the hallmarks of early 2000s style, this look requires a flat iron to make sure hair lays flat on the forehead.
It's a great casual look that's both trendy and a bit classic. Start by spritzing damp hair with a salt spray and blow drying hair forward.