A Cut Above all started in a small little space at a building downtown back in the 70s. It was in Wisma HLA that founder and Chief Creative Director – Winnie Loo hung the first A Cut Above signage. Years have since passed and without having to say it, A Cut Above has grown into a giant chain in the hairdressing industry.

In the three decades, Winnie Loo has recruited and trained over a thousand employees, having turned them into some of the most sought after hairdressers and stylists in the industry. With a passion for education, the company churned out the inaugural A Cut Above Academy in 2004. “It was always my ambition not to only create jobs for the young potentials but also my belief in guiding them personally to ensure that they have a great foundation and career in this line of work that they have chosen,” she said.

Slowly the academy grew. With dedication and commitment, today, A Cut Above Academy not only enrolls local students but have seen foreign students passed through their doors, some of which from as far as the Middle East, and Africa not forgetting within the region. This year, after eight years in Sunway Pyramid, A Cut Above Academy has now moved to a bigger location in order to cater for the growing crowd of potentials who seek a successful career in the hairdressing/make up industry.

Amazing avant-garte hair piece from A Cut Above Academy.

The back- We must not the important cos this may be the most interesting part of the show.

Another beautiful piece that I love.


<A Tribute To Vidal Sassoon>

Finale group photo.

Here’s the finale video recorded by using my Samsung Galaxy Note:

Ribbon cutting ceremony.

Celebrities and Miss Malaysia invited to attend to this grand event.

Amber Chia lovely son.

me n prince edmund

me, prince edmund n alan

Till my flash batt died, I couldn’t take any proper photo in the dark room.
me, manne n friend. (copyright credit to leon ng)

beautiful Datin Maylene n me

me n luxanne

me n forest

me, Koujee Beatbox n manne

me in MQ06 Bespoke Collection