Don't describe things in order of importance. If you describe what is the most important first the reader will quickly forget what you first said.
Describe things in order: Describing in order is vital. There are three ways to describe. from the top to the bottom, from the left to the right, from the back ground to the fore ground.
Here are two sentences I described wrong, then right.
Her eyes glistened deep sapphire blue, she had blond hair. And wore converse all-stars on her feet, and a Chinese orange blouse, with a matching orange bow in her blond hair. Her lips were covered with cherry lip-gloss, and he wore green skinny jeans.
She had blond hair, a Chinese orange bow pulling it back, under her blond bangs were glistening sapphire blue eyes. She had cherry lip-gloss on her perfect lips. She wore an orange blouse that matched her bow, and green skinny jeans and converse all-stars.