Let me start off by saying that I'm a teen, which probably means that I shouldn't have thinning problems right? Well, that's what scares me.
Over the last (approximately) three months or so I've noticed that the front of my hair seems to be hanging down limp, which was a surprise to me because my hair never
gets weighed down, no matter what.
It seemed kind of thin for once, although I didn't see it as a problem then because I realized that I had less frizz.
Later on, my mom told me she realized that she's noticed a lot of hair fall, and she knew that it wasn't her hair this time. Even though I never really noticed, she called my attention to it .
I also tested out my hair density recently and found out that my ponytail that used to measure four inches, was now three and a half. I know it sound like I'm exaggerating, but is this normal to have more shedding in the front of your hair, than in the back. The back/bottom of my hair has been behaving so much better than the front. It still has a lot of density, very shiny, less porous, and doesn't have any dandruff. While the front (the part I just happen to pay more attention to) is the exact opposite.
Any recommendations as to what I should do? Could my dandruff (it's not a lot, just when I scratch my head,
I see very little amount of dandruff) be the cause of this? Oh, and natural remedies are better suggestions than products. (Trust me, I already spend too much money.) What could I put in my shampoo to get rid of the dandruff, other than buying a shampoo specifically made for that condition. Thanks!