I’m female and I like long hair but I have noticed when my hair gets about 2 inches past my shoulders it starts to fall out. But when its short I don’t have any hairloss at all.
Your hair length is determined by your hair cycle. What that means, is that longer hair may not be possible for you, because your hair cycle ends when the hair gets just beyond shoulder length (let’s say 14 inches). Assuming your hair grows at 1/2 inch per month, at 28 months the hair cycle kicks in and the hair falls out, being replaced by a new hair grown from the scalp. We cycle hair all of the time ‘asynchronously’, which means that we do not shed our hair like furry animals at seasons, but replace hair at about 100 hairs per day. This is a normal process for you. If your hair grew out 3 feet, then your hair cycle would be 6 years rather than 28 months.