Bridgett Rowley

Bridgett has been in the fashion and beauty industry for over 20 years. Her diverse experience ranges from being a handbag designer in Los Angeles to calling on some of the top Plastic Surgeons as the Botox rep with Allergan Aesthetics. Bridgett's vantage point of both industries has enabled her to be on the cutting edge of fashion and beauty.

Bridgett is also an artist, writer, and a huge animal advocate. The Bev Hills Belle encompasses Bridgett's multifaceted interests. 

Bridgett was born in Atlanta and went on to live several places including Hawaii and Los Angeles. Bridgett is the quintessential Southern Belle. She even named her two rescue pups, Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler. Bridgett currently lives in Charleston, SC, but travels to Los Angeles often. Her wanderlust takes her to amazing places. 

Bridgett's latest artistic endeavor is photography and mixed media. You can find her work in various galleries across the country.

Bridgett has received numerous accolades for her animal rescue charity work. Bridgett started Canines & Couture five years ago to create awareness around the puppy mill problem and promote animal adoption. Visit Caninescouture.com for more information on how you can help "Save the Pups".

The Bev Hills Belle chronicles a Southern Belle's perspective on everything fabulous from North Carolina, South Carolina to Beverly Hills and everywhere in between.

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Spotlyte Feature

When Allergan® employee Bridgett Rowley enters a room, the energy shifts. Perhaps it’s her vibrant attire (mauve fur is not off limits) or her ability to make friends with quite literally anyone she meets. After all, Rowley was born in Atlanta — and has the deep-seated Southern charm to prove it.

In addition to serving as Director of Business Development for SpotlyteTM, Rowley maintains a flourishing fan following via her Instagram account, @thebevhillsbelle. The page is dedicated to the bicoastal beauty’s outfits, travels, and everything fabulous in between. As if the Instagram star and businesswoman weren’t busy enough, Rowley is also a fervent animal advocate. (Six years ago, she started a grassroots movement to help stop puppy mills and promote animal adoption.)

When she’s not saving animals or bustling around the office spreading positive energy, you can find Rowley jet-setting to business meetings — and looking good while doing it. Rowley credits her makeup artist, Amy Kennison, and stylist Brandon Summers, for some of her best looks. But she’s also a beauty girl at heart herself. Below, the Bev Hills BelleTM shares the products that maintain her look — even during impossibly busy days and long flights.

  • Moroccanoil® Intense Hydrating Hair Mask ($35): “I've been using this for so long. I was actually at a party in LA, and it was in a swag bag — like a whole Moroccanoil swag bag! I got addicted to this mask, because I love that heavy, heavy moisturizer. Again, my hair is so curly and wavy that I love a deep conditioner!”
  • Chanel® Rouge Coco® Lip Gloss ($30): “This lip gloss is my go-to; oh my god it's so good! I love the neutral sparkly shade, Caresse.”
  • Naked Urban Decay® Highlighter ($34): “This is my highlighter that I use on my cheekbones and right on the bridge of my nose. So it gives just a little bit of a sparkle.”
  • MZ SkinTM Hydra-Bright Golden Eye Treatment Mask ($106): “Oh, these I use constantly. I put them in the refrigerator at home and when I'm traveling. So if I've gotten off the plane and my eyes are puffy, I put those on and it gets rid of all the puffiness. They’re very moisturizing, too.”
  • Injectable wrinkle reducers: “I get these every four months [to smooth the appearance] of my crow’s feet.”

    [Editor’s note: Injectable wrinkle reducers are used to temporarily smooth the look of moderate to severe wrinkles in certain areas of the face such as the forehead, frown lines, and crow’s feet. They should not be used more frequently than every three months. Like any medical treatment, they have potential risks and side effects. Be sure to talk to a licensed provider to see if they’re right for you. Have more questions? Chat with our team of trained aesthetics specialists now.]

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