I am still fairly new to writing, so I am bound to make plenty of mistakes. The beginning goes like so:
The female protagonist wakes up in the morning after passing out at her female friend's house. She wakes her friend up, wanting an explanation.
So, I technically don't have a chance to describe the protagonist as I am writing in first person, but because I see the female friend as the narrator, with my own eyes, I end up describing her facial features, etc etc, before the protagonist's appearance is described.
I have considered that it would be weird for the reader to know about a more minor character's appearance first, rather than the main protagonist's, but I am not entirely sure if I am doing the wrong thing. Is this something I shouldn't have done? Does this matter?