I have very healthy hair and whenever I consistently go to a hair dresser it grows to a considerable length. Instead of me paying the money to a hair dresser, I decided to do my hair myself at home and save money this way, however I notice that during the winter months my hair sheds a lot. Is this normal among African Americans? My hair will not grow to a considerable length because it sheds so much during the winter. Is there anything I can do to prevent this?
Humans have asynchronous hair growth, which means that we do not shed in seasons, but do so relatively uniformly over the year. I can not explain your situation, but an examination is a good start, because your time frame view may not go back to every winter.