If the cause of the traction alopecia is gone and the loss is short term, then it might grow back. If it is a chronic thing that you are doing, it may never come back
To properly diagnose hair loss in women, an up close exam needs to be done. You needs to be seen in person by a physician. It's not clear based on the photos and story you have told what diagnosis you have.Telogen effluvium, androgenetic alopecia, traction and alopecia areata need to all be considered.