Ryan Guzman | Bello Magazine

Such a pleasure working with this smoldering hottie! What a babe right?


1. Prep the hair with V76's Tonique spray. This helps re-activate any natural curl and helps loosen any stubborn cowlicks.

2. Lightly blow-dry hair upwards and back (especially in the front) until half way dry, I like to keep it a little damp so I can easily work product through the hair.

3. I used a dime size of V76's Natural wax and emulsified it in my hands before I applying it from scalp to ends in his hair. this product gives me pliable hold so I can re-work and mold his hair 

4. Once the initial shape is there, I used a little bit of V76's Control Balm on my fingertips to add any finishing touches to define more texture, shape the silhouette, and any finishing touches that need to be done.



Rachael Taylor for Bello Magazine

I had the opportunity to work with the gorgeous Australian actress Rachael Taylor from the new show Crisis.  She could really do no wrong, so gorgeous, so cool, and really fun to work with!

Check out the little feature Oribe wrote about the story-

Celebrity hairstylist Sienree got actress Rachael Taylor cover-ready for the May issue of Bello. “Rachael reminded me of a modern day Grace Kelly, so I was super inspired by the classic Americana look,” Sienree said. “The clothes were very colorful and had a retro shape to them, so I wanted to lean towards a typical ’50s housewife look, but with a modern touch.” 

Get the look:
1. Prep hair with Volumista and blow-dry with a round brush, lifting the hair away from the roots as much as possible for maximum volume and movement.
2. Once hair is dry, curl the ends with a 1.5-inch iron to give it a little bend and shape.
3. Roughly tousle the hair with your hands and some Dry.
4. Set the style with Superfine

Photographed by Alek Tomovic

Styled by Warren Baker

Makeup by Nicole Walmsley

Hair by Sienree