The Carey Bros. Contest
Since the beginning of the new "Home & Family" season, the Carey Bros. have been hard at work completely remodeling our bathroom. If your bathroom also needs a facelift, the Carey Bros. are generously offering to makeover the bathroom of one lucky viewer. Participants can enter once per day between now and December 13. As an early Christmas present, the winner will be announced on December 23.
Be sure to visit www.onthehouse.com for more with The Carey Brothers.
The Voice of Entertainment Terry Fator injects personality into Winston, the Impersonating Turtle. Terry and his shelled sidekick talk about winning the season two title of "America's Got Talent," headlining an act at the Mirage in Las Vegas for five years running, and their upcoming Christmas show. Terry also explains how he discovered his talent as a young lad. He and Winston entertain us with spot-on Kermit the Frog, Michael Jackson, and Etta James impressions. Later, Elvis impersonating puppet Maynard Tompkins steals the spotlight as The King.
For more with Terry and his puppet pals, go to terryfator.com. The "Terry Fator Live in Concert" DVD will be released on February 18.
Kym Douglas schools us on the dangers of expired beauty products that can cause infections, irritations, and adult acne. She points out what symbols to look for on makeup containers to determine its life expectancy. Too tell if your makeup has gone rancid, look for discoloration and sniff for a foul odor. As a rule of thumb, Kym advises you to replace mascara every three months and lipstick should be disposed after one and a half years of breaking the seal. To further prevent contamination, Kym suggests using disposable makeup applicators.
1. Keep track of makeup expiration by labeling new products with the date you first opened it.
2. Never store makeup in the bathroom. Heat and humidity promote mold and yeast growth. 3. If you notice oily beads on lipstick surface, it's time to toss. Get additional tips from lifestyle and beauty expert Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com.
Best selling author and actor J.R. Martinez recounts his severe injuries and lengthy hospitalization and recovery following an incident while serving in the armed forces. J.R. is now reliving this experience as a burn victim on a new show, " SAF3." He tells us what it's like working alongside Dolph Lundgren. J.R. compares shooting the Malibu-set show in Cape Town, South Africa versus filming "All My Children" on a soundstage. Off screen, J.R. is relishing fatherhood. Later, former "Dancing With the Stars" partner Karina Smirnoff surprises him with a special video message.
Fabio Viviani Cooks Angry Eggs
J.R. Martinez joins Fabio Viviani in the kitchen to learn how to cook his wife and daughter a delicious breakfast. They begin by making Fabio's tomato sauce with oil and garlic. The "Dancing With the Stars" champ shakes his hips to the beat as Fabio counts onion chops. This angry eggs recipe will get your day off to a happy start!
Dr. Gregory Eckel
Dr. Gregory Eckel, Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology at UCLA, delivers excellent news to Tanya Memme. Her mammogram results are negative! But, due to dense breast tissue, he advises her to get an ultrasound as an additional diagnostic tool. He explains how the sound waves can detect suspicious masses that mammograms may miss and how technology has improved over the years. To closely monitor health, Dr. Eckel suggests that Tanya consistently get screened annually for early detection.
To further educate yourself, please visit www.harbor-ucla-radiology.org.
Tanya Memme's DIY Hourglass Time-Out Stool
Tanya Memme has a crafty way to discipline your kids the next time you send your naughty son or daughter to the corner for a time-out. As they contemplate their bad behavior on this hourglass stool, they can watch time elapse until they are free. Tanya discloses how much sand or salt to use in the hourglass for different durations of time.
And, you can get more great recipes and crafts by visiting us on Pinterest at pinterest.com/hallmarkchannel.
Ashley Koff is an internationally renowned registered dietitian on a mission to improve the health of people everywhere. She visits us here at "Home & Family" to help us get through the holidays. She explains what sugar shock is and how detrimental it is to your body. Can you believe that holiday sugar stays in your body through March? Sugar sticks to the proteins in blood cells. Ashley explains it is impossible to cut out all the added sugar in your diet, but using each meal to cut down on sugar can allow you to enjoy the holidays!
For more on the recipes and items Ashley discusses, you can visit her website at ashleykoffapproved.com.
Family member Tanya Memme nominates her mom Beverley Barber for an ambush makeover this Monday! Debbie Matenopoulos greets her at the door and immediately whisks her away for a morning of pampering with the glam team. After declaring her arms as her favorite body part, stylist to the stars Jeannie Mai chooses a dress to accentuate that asset. Hairsylist Julia Papworth takes on the challenge of taming Beverley's mane. Single and ready to mingle, Beverley is now prepared to confidently hit the dating scene.
To get Beverley's new look:
Dress- New York & Company $79.95
Boots- ShoeDazzle.com $40 Jewelry- provided by Lia Sophia Check out the glam squad at:
Jeannie Mai, celebrity fashion stylist and host of "How Do I Look?," iheartjeanniemai.com
Viviana Martin, pro makeup artist for Kevyn Aucoin, KevynAucoin.com
Julia Papworth, celebrity hairstylist, juliapapworth.com
Tanya Memme, Beverly's Daughter, tanyamemme.com
You can follow Debbie on Twitter @iamdebbiem.