Hydrated hair is healthy hair. There is a difference between hydrated and saturated tho. Some conditioners (usually cheaper ones) will leave a wax-y film and make the hair heavier and thus more difficult to put up. It is mostly a personal decision since everyones scalp is different. My hair gets oily fast, so I only condition every few times I was my hair. Some people that have dry hair need to condition more often. It mostly depends on you and what you prefer for yourself. Also, I never really have hair fall out or even end up in my brushes/combs, but like I said, everyone is different. Some people also like leave-in treatments and other various health treatments.
Ooooh. I think I vaguely remember. I remember my boyfriend getting pissed at you. And you getting pissed back. He is just protective, usually doesn't mean harm unless its deserved. I don't have any negativity towards you, I don't even know you really. :P
Hm, thats odd I don't see you around more often... you think we would cross paths.
I also get swamped with school. I'm enrolled in 3. x_x
Um. when is it? And how much is it? I'm pretty broke.
Thinning your hair how?
It does happen, especially when you put your hair up daily and dye it frequently, but there are ways to protect it too. My best advice is just to listen to your hair and give it what it wants. Also leave your hair down for a few days at a time if you can, it will relax the roots and reduce the stress on your hair.
If you want it to look fuller I suggest a volumeing/thickening mouse and to stop thinning it.
Sounds like a good plan, like I said, just listen to your hair. If it is oily wash it, it its dry condition it etc.