Actress Cassie Scerbo stops by Home & Family to talk about her upcoming thrill ride of a TV movie, “Sharknado 3,” which premieres July 22nd on the SyFy Channel. A cause that is close to Cassie’s heart is Boo2Bullying, an organization that encourages youth to find their inner voice and speak the truth.
Get more information at Boo2Bullying.org
Hair 101Kym Douglas is here to talk hair. She explains that when it comes to tangled hair, use the Everything brush or Paddle brush because it won’t pull or scratch because of its perfectly rounded nylon pin bristles. When it comes to the Curling brush, use at the roots horizontally to create more volume. The Smoothing Updo brush is the perfect brush to soothe your hair.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
DIY Kitchen Island out of an Old Dresser (Part 1)Ken Wingard answers a Facebook question about creating a kitchen island. First, take a used dresser or buy one and add a back bead board to it. A good tip is to add wheel casters to the dresser, which will add extra height to the island.
Check out more DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Ian Anthony Dale Interview
Actor Ian Anthony Dale sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about the return of the hit TNT drama series, “Murder in the First.” In real life, Ian’s brother is a homicide detective, so he picked up on a lot of police procedures from him. Ian has a passion for woodworking that stems from learning as a child, when he built his first skateboard ramp.
Don't miss "Murder in the First," Mondays, 10/9c on TNT
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Getting Your Body and Face Ready for Summer
Debbie Matenopoulos is joined by Glen Alianza and Mally Steves Chakola to talk abut the must have products and go-to tips for summer beauty. Tips include using the Omega-6 rich coconut oil that will leave your hairless legs smooth. The caffeine in coffee grinds helps temporarily reduce the look of inflammation and diminishes the appearance of cellulite. When it comes to eyebrows, threading is a gentle massage-movement and does not pull on the skin like waxing does.
Get more information at MSteves.com
Keeping Children’s Brains Active
Child Development and Behavioral Specialist/Best Selling Author Betsy Brown Braun gives you tips on how to keep your kids’ brains active while on summer vacation. She says the best kind of learning happens as the direct result of fun, a great example is sharing in cooking experiences. Another great learning tool is creation photo journals, that also encourages creativity and a wonderful keepsake. She cautions that over scheduling is just as bad as under scheduling when it comes to children’s daily routines.
Get more information at BetsyBrownBraun.com
DIY Almond Milk
Sophie Uliano is back to show you how to make your very own almond milk! She points out that making your own almond milk is a great alternative to store-bought boxed almond milk and has no additives, preservatives and sugars. When finished, dates and cocoa powder add a nice and natural sweetness to the milk.
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Get more from Sophie at SopheUliano.com
Sandie Newton is back to show you all the latest deals going on this week at Hollywood Steals! Remember, all items are first come, first serve so act fast!
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How to Alleviate Back Pain
Matt Iseman MD to talk about back pain and what you can do to alleviate it. 80% of people will experience back pain in their lifetime and that can be caused by posture, weight and poor physical fitness. He states that most back pain comes from the lower-back and when experiencing it you should apply ice then heat when needed. Finally, Matt encourages flexibility by stretching and investing in a good sleep mattress, too.
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