Take another look at the passage:
Like amber honey, Helene's long hair dripped
over her shoulders and spilled down her back. Styling products, moreover,
made the tresses as sticky as pancake syrup. Catching pieces of thread,
feathers, dust, and even an occasional insect that buzzed too close.
You chose the first part, Like amber honey, Helene's
long hair dripped over her shoulders and spilled down her back. This
part has a main clause:
hair is the subject;
dripped and spilled
are the verbs. A
fragment will not have a main clause.
Go back to the passage to try again.