Ah yes, I know the comma rules when it comes to adjectives... or do I? All right, so I know the rules of when to use commas with adjectives. Sally is a happy, active child. You would use a comma in-between because Sally is happy and active, or active and happy. Got it. But, here is where I am pulling my hair out. I could be just overthinking it, but it has been bugging me now for a couple of days. He sat on the red leather sofa. He sat on the red and leather sofa, or he sat on the leather and red sofa, doesn't sound correct, but the sofa can be red and it can be leather, so which is correct, comma or no comma? What about his thick black hair. Both thick and black are talking about the hair, and his hair can be thick and it can be black, but again, comma or no comma? Grammatically I keep leaning toward the commas, but every book I read I do not see them, so I think I am wrong. Yes, no? Someone please help me so I will quit ripping my hair out.