When I was studying German, I saw the following sentence:
Sie hat braune Haare.
The word "Haar" has neutral article and it is the object of the sentence. According to "German adjective ending reference tables" I checked out, it should have taken "es" not "e" because there are not any articles in the sentence and the object is in accusative form. However, it did not. Could someone explain why?
P.S: My German is very limited. Could you please explain it in English as much as possible.