I realized I have the habit of adding small sentences that don't provide much information:
Eri searched her memory, but came out blank. She couldn’t even remember what she was doing at that time. Which was odd. She didn’t consider herself particularly smart, but when it came to remembering things, her brain never failed.
But what struck me the most were her eyes. Even though there was nothing unusual in them, they made her face look expressionless, lifeless. It felt strange. Like staring at an empty canvas.
(I don't do this all the time. Maybe two or three times per story.)
But no matter how I think about it, I feel the paragraphs will lose their flow/rhythm if I remove those short sentences.
Is this a bad writing practice? If so, how should I modify the examples above in order to fix the issue?