It would've been more professional for the person checking me out to mention the total cost and then how much was taken off for a filled style pass card. My responsibility to have asked but I was so tired and dazed Iwas just ready to be done. This is meant to be helpful in developing a better professional demeanor for the students. My student was good inevery way. I will mention that at the beginning Ibrought up rod size and that hair had been too curly the last two times but she either didn't understand my concern and that Iwanted to talk about a change or she might have been to focused on getting prepared, Idon't know. My hair is too curly for the third time in a row. Next time I'll initiate my perm visit with an instructor. I think as a professional it pays to listen for hesitancy as, like me on that day, Iwas tired after a long day at work and tried to initiate a discussion in a somewhat indirect way. Most hairdressers will start a visit.with asking what is.wanted. this didn't really take place...that would've been the opportunity to discuss the perm, what Iwanted, any concerns, HOW I wanted my hair cut. She confirmed at that time that Iwanted a trim and at no time asked about length, etc. If only for confirmation. Nothing was said as the cut began, either. I mean this to be constructive! It's obviously too late to fix most things after the fact.