Adjective phrases with nouns
One of the main functions of adjective phrases is that they go with nouns and change or add to their meaning.
Hair: black hair, brown hair, straight blonde hair, long red hair.
Adjective phrases before a noun are called attributive phrases.
Adjective phrases before a noun occur after determiners.
If the head of the noun phrase is one of the following pronouns, the adjective phrase occurs after the pronoun:
If an attributive adjective needs a word or phrase to complete its meaning (a complement), either the whole adjective phrase or just its complement must follow the head noun.
For a number of adjectives, the whole adjective phrase must follow the noun when a complement of the adjective is used. These include closed, eager, full, happy, keen, open, ready, responsible, (un)willing, worth.