If you listen to the Hawk Morning Show then you've heard my partner, Traci talk about how her hair can look like she's has a bird's nest on it. She asks me my opinion but I'm not falling for that trap. I will acknowledge that I noticed that something is different (in a good way) about her hair but that's it.

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If case you didn't know, Traci has really frizzy hair and has been trying to get away from using a curling iron on it. It's been harming her hair and our eyes. Since she gets up at 2 a.m. for work, she takes a shower at night and wraps her hair in a t-shirt (that seems weird to me but who am I to judge).

She lets her hair dry while she sleeping and then she does this strange thing where she piles her hair on top of her head and comes to work. At least she's not like this teacher from Kentucky. First, Traci doesn't really wear much makeup and second, she doesn't really care what people think about her bird's nest.

Doing Your Hair And Makeup Before You Go To Bed

There is a teacher who a lot of people are talking about who shared a video on TikTok and in her video she talked about how she does her hair and makeup at night before she goes to bed. She doesn't like to get up in the morning and said she gets ready at night and it helps her get right out the door in the morning.

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I asked Traci if she would do something like the teacher and she said no. It isn't that she doesn't want to find easier ways to do things but because she sleeps like a little kid. She goes to bed in an odd position and wakes up with her head at the end of the bed and her leg hanging off the side.

She said sleeping "prim and proper" sounds like "a nightmare." What do you think about this? Would you get ready for work before going to bed if it meant that you didn't have to get up as early in the morning?

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