I'm trying to construct a relative clause that's deliberately crammed with a lot of info. This is to illustrate to someone the flexibility of relative clauses (versus adjectives).
Here's my independent clause: I met a girl...
Now, I need to make a relative clause that starts with "who" and contains every one of the following details:
has big, brown eyes
has long, black hair
Now my question is: how many ands do I use? Also, at which points do I place the commas?
This is what I came up with on my own:
I met a girl who is beautiful, smart and tall, and has big, brown eyes and long, black hair.
Should there be an "and" before "has"? In fact, are all my "ands" and commas placed correctly? I would like to avoid making two separate sentences.
P.S. I hope this particular example doesn't sound sexist to anybody.