Alexa PenaVega at the Spare Parts Movie Premiere

Congratulations to my client and friend Alexa for her new movie Spare Parts!  I had the opportunity to do her hair for the movie premiere and we decided to give it a Rapunzel inspired fish tail braid.

Hair Talk:

I first gave Alexa a deep right side part on and wrapped random pieced around a 1 inch curling iron for texture and body. Once finished I started french braiding her hair from the right temple to the lower left nape then continued it into a fish tail.  When done braiding, I secured the braid with an elastic and pulled some pieces out by the face and the braid for a loose and lived in texture. Use bobby pins to shape and pin unwanted loose pieced and finish with Paul Mitchell's Awapuhi Finishing Hairspray to hold the look and you are good to go!

Hair by Sienree

Makeup by Bebe Booth

Debby Ryan for Fault Magazine

So excited to share this fun editorial for I worked on with actress and singer Ryan Debby.  Although she's a Disney girl, that day we threw all that out the window and brought out the rock and roll in her.  Debby was such a pleasure to work on, she's funny, smart, cool, and was down to try new things and was so open to do anything.  I love it when that happens!


Hair Talk:

Debby Already had such awesome platinum blonde hair, I wanted to give it some dirty rock and roll texture and play with shapes.  

I first prepped the hair with Oribe's Soft Laquer to add some heat protection and then loosely wrapped around random strands around a 1 inch iron for a little bend but not a curl.  

Once the whole head is curled, I gave her a deep side part, back combed it a bit with a wide tooth comb at the mid-shaft to give it some body and generously sprayed Big Sexy Hair's Volumizing Dry Shampoo.  This will give it the dry texture and lots of grit to build shape and volume.  

Photograph by Brian Ziff

Makeup by Melissa Walsh 

Styled by Avo Yermagan

Hair by Sienree

Nails by Sarah Chue

Allison Janney At The Emmy Eve Parties

For Allison's look, she was wear a very sexy but casual outfit, leather shorts and a loose gold top. I wanted to give her something more loose and sexy to go with her outfit and also her very cool and confident personality. She looks like a super model in everything so less is more. 

Hair Talk:

-First I lightly prepped her hair with Oribe's Soft Laquer and working from the nape up, I curled the 1.5X1.5 inch sections with a 1 1/2 inch iron concentrating on the midshaft and leaving out the ends. For this look I like to curl each other section in opposite directions for more of a un structured look.
-Once the whole head is curled, cooled, and set, I emulsified a dime size of rough luxury molding paste in my hands and loosely separated each curl with my fingers to give it some chunky separation and also to tame any unruly strands. 
-Once all the curls are broken up, I lightly lifted up large sections and sprayed dry texturizing spray underneath the hair and finished off with Superfine hair spray.

Laura Fraser at he 66th Annual Emmy Awards

So excited to work with Laura again!  She is such a sweet woman and a pleasure to be around, I love it when I get set up with wonderful people!

Laura's features are so stunning, she reminds me of a 1950's Hollywood
starlet. She was wearing a simple black dress, and I wanted to give her more of a dolled up
Hollywood wave to compliment the classic red lip that her makeup artist
had given her. 

Hair Talk:

-First I prepped her damp hair with a cocktail of Grandoise Mousse and
Maximista then blow dried with with a round brush, concentrating on the
roots for maximum lift.
-Once the hair is dried, I lightly sprayed Soft Laquer all over and
curled 1X1 inch sections vertically and away from the face with a 1 inch
barrel iron. With each curl, make sure they are pinned in place to set
and cool. 
-When finished, I release the pins and lightly separated each curl buy
hand without disturbing it too much since I wanted to see defined curls
and not a wave.
-For the front panel, I wanted to give her a S curl for that Hollywood
look so I gently brushed it out and formed the S with my hands and comb.
Once the S curl is apparent, I finished up with a generous amount of
Superfine Strong to help hold it in place.

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

Claire Holt for Glamaholic

I had the chance to work with The Originals star Claire Holt again for Glamaholic Magazine.  This time we played with loose sexy waves to go with the gorgeous makeup Nicole Walmsley did for Claire.  This girl is so darn sweet and such a natural beauty.  Always a pleasure!

Photographed by J Squared Photography

Styled by Natalie Saidi 

Hair by Sienree

Makeup by Nicole Walmsley