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    Smile foam-formed curly hair

    I try to combine the following sentences into one sentence as written.
    Is it acceptable?

    1. Amy is a young girl.
    2. She was on her way home from her office.
    3. She wore a foam-formed curly hair.
    4. She took a purse in her left hand.

    Amy, a young girl with a foam-formed curly hair, with a purse in her left hadn, was on her way home from her office.

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    Re: foam-formed curly hair

    I have no idea what 'foam-formed' hair might be, but your sentence needs work in any case:

    Amy, a young girl with foam-formed curly hair and a purse in her left hand, was on her way home from her office.

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