I've always found it interesting how much value is placed in a man's hair (or lack thereof). I might be a bit obsessive when it comes to the tresses of my own gender, but I think a man can look equally attractive either way. It's a double standard, I know, but there's nothing uglier than a guy with hair plugs or a comb-over— in my books, anyway. A simple short cut or shave can make a man look younger and more confident, though it seems the majority gravitate towards the exact opposite.
Take Prince William for example. He's lost a considerable amount of hair recently, and yet has chosen to grow-out what's left and brush it forward. At only 26 years old, this royal heir could easily pass for a man in his mid to late 30s. (Mind you, the beard doesn't help much either!)
What are your thoughts about hair loss in men— could you care less, or is it a potential deal-breaker when dating?