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When a guy is balding and needs to cut or shave his hair to suit does a guy with darker hair typically need to go shorter to make it look ok? My cousin for whatever reason seemed to think I should go less short because my hair is darker.

 There is really no hard and fast rule about this. It's all just a matter of how you feel you look best. I would suggest going shorter a little at a time to find the length you are most comfortable with and feel looks best on you. That's really the best that I can advise on this.
Best of luck to you.
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