Shower + losing hair

For as long as I can remember, whenever I shower I lose chunks of hair. I know it's normal for some to fall out, but I get almost a handful. Just wondering I'd anyone has an idea what the cause might be. Is there something my hair might be missing?

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Medium - Fine texture
Normal porosity
Normal elasticity
Halo frizz (and a bit on the sides/back)

Using:
Live Clean Purple Jewel shampoo and conditioner
Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque (once a week) (which just got fired due to the silicones it didn't tell me about)
DevaCurl AnGel

Put on hold
Live Clean Exotic Argan oil shampoo and conditioner
Don't dislike it, not sure if I love it
They say that it's normal to lose 50-100 hairs per day, which are being replaced by new growth. I wash or co-wash daily and lose at least that much (a good sized little hairball). If I skip a day, I'll lose double that amount when I wash. If your hair isn't getting thinner, I'd guess you're probably okay.
2C/2B; Med-fine texture, Normal porosity/elasticity, med-thin density; Color treated
Cleanse: Jessicurl GLS, L'Oreal EverCreme cleansing conditioner
Co-Wash: SNES, VO5 Kiwi Lime
RO/LI: Jessicurl Aloeba and TooShea!, KCKT, GVPCB
Stylers: KCCC (HG!), SM C&S Milk, BRHG, Jessicurl Gelebration Spray, Confident Coils
CG since 4/23/12
Located in Houston, Texas

"Hair really is the crowning glory of a woman. It lights up her person, it frames her face, it makes a halo around her." - Ann Harding
This happens to me all the time. I get chunks and chunks and chunks no matter how often I wash. It's so bad that I am constantly having to clean my drain, even when I try to make sure I don't let the hairs go down there. Curse of having curly hair. When you have straight hair, the 100 strands just slip out but with curly hair you have to physically remove it. My boyfriend hate hate hate hates it lol
When hair is wet, it's fragile. If you pull, comb, or mess with wet hair too much, it can break. Try to limit your handling of your hair to when it's covered in conditioner, as much as possible.

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2c/3a-M-ii porous, good elasticity, APL, dark brown with a silver lining. Biggest enemy: frizz!

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