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Yes it does to a certain extent.
The colour of a star depends almost exclusively on its initial mass.
The initial mass determines the evolution of the star. Depending on the initial mass it may become a neutron star,a black hole, a supernova, a nova, a white dwarf, a red giant. Ultimately it will be a burned out cinder, a black dwarf or nothing at all except Hawking radiation

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