Interior Designer Roxy Sowlaty may be a familiar face to you as she also stars on the E! hit show, Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, currently in it’s third season. A Beverly Hills native, this gal knows a thing or two about design as she’s launched her own fashion line with her sister at the ripe age of 16. After getting her Master’s Degree in Interior Design from Parsons New School of Design, Roxy worked on various residential projects in Manhattan and when she moved back to California, she opened up her own high-end residential interior design firm. Now, making it on her own without her parents’ support, Roxy becomes resourceful when it comes to her beauty routine, and we find out what her drugstore beauty go-to’s are and what she doesn’t skimp on.
Now that you’re in your 3rd season of #RichKids of Beverly Hills (Sundays at 10pm on E!), what do you love most about being on the show?
I love being able to grow from what I see about myself and my cast members on the show. It's a great insight to what's real and who's actually your friend! The coolest part, though, is being able to connect with fans.
We learn that you have a major financial setback and are completely on your own. What are some of your favorite skincare treatments and products that are affordable?
I've always been a huge fan of some drugstore skin treatments: Clean and Clear’s Deep Action Cream Cleanser, Neutrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser, Clearasil Rapid Action Treatment Gel and Neutrogena Night Calming Cleansing Wipes.
Do you still indulge in beauty treatments, massages, manis/pedis, etc.?
Mani and pedis are a must - no matter what! That's something that always needs to be maintained. The massages and facial treatments I don't do as often and only as-needed. But I think indulging in yourself is always important even when on a budget - if you feel good about yourself, you have more confidence and work harder!
You have gorgeous hair. What products do you use to help maintain that glow and shine?
Thank you!! I'm recent really into Frederic Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Shampoo and Conditioner [which contains olive oil]. I always put a few drops of a shine serum on my damp hair after the shower, either Morrocan Oil or Rodin oil. I then use a lot of dry shampoo or texturizer once it’s dry to give my hair a second day look, my favorite is Oribe Textururizing Spray. Sometimes the texture spray can make the hair look dry, so after I use it, I then add a little oil again or leave-in conditioner to bring the shine back - but not too much or it will look like an oily mess! I'm very into hairspray right now. My favorite is Morrocan Oil Medium Hold.
If we grabbed your handbag, what beauty products would we find?
Lancôme Hypnose Drama Instant Full Body Mascara, travel size Oribe Texturizing Spray, perfume, powder and too many lip pencils!