“In my whole career, this is a first - working with someone who is only wearing suits,” Ortega revealed to People. It’s different for me artistically, because I’m used to doing big, wavy, full hair on Blake. This forced me to do more simple, relaxed hairstyles since the silhouettes are much straighter than a flowy dress.”
He added that "Blake isn’t in black that often, so I wanted to keep hair nice and sleek.”
For the spy thriller's premiere, Blake's make-up artist created a glamorous look inspired by '20s screen siren Marlene Dietrich - famous for her edgy interpretation of classic tailoring.
"When I saw what Blake was wearing I thought a prominent eye would be a good choice," adding that the self-styled actress loved her plum-hued smokey eye.
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