Rachael Ray: April Fools Fake-Outs & Hiding Adult Acne
On April 1 2013, Rachael Ray is getting April Fooled. Rocco DiSpirito has funny food pranks you can pull to get rid of carbs. Rachael gets makeup tips from experts on hiding your flaws. Tune in for the secret to fuller lips! Then, Bates Motel’s Vera Farmiga tells Rachael about playing the creepiest mom in movie history.
Rachael Ray: April Fools Fake-Outs
Chef Rocco DiSpirito has some not-so traditional April Fools pranks to play on your family. While some people might put salt in the sugar shaker, Chef Rocco has food fake-outs that cut the calories. Your family will be shocked when you tell them that they are eating carb-free pasta.
Rachael Ray: Foolproof Makeup Tips
Rachael is bringing in expert makeup artists to give you flawless skin. Do you want to hide your under eye circles? How do you get rid of stubborn acne? As an adult, your skin can really turn against you. The problems don’t go away after puberty.
Also in this segment, Rachael teaches us how to get fuller lips. If you’ve ever dreamt of Angelina Jolie lips, you should probably just get plastic surgery. But if you want an illusion with makeup that will give you a nice Hollywood lip, Rachael can help.
Rachael Ray: Vera Farmiga Bates Motel
I’ve seen some scary shows. I’m a weekly devotee to the Game of Thrones violence and have tortured myself with Paranormal Activity. Bates Motel is going to be the newest thriller phenomenon. After watching the first two episodes it’s pretty obvious why Norman Bates is a psycho killer.
Vera Farmiga plays Norma “Mother” Bates. To put it simply, chick be cray. Mother is manipulating and turning Norman against everyone but her. Vera is phenomenal at the role.
I originally tuned in for Freddie Highmore, who plays Norman, but his performance is only so-so. I’m excited to see what happens with his half brother Dylan, played by Max Theriot. Last week had the brothers fighting in the kitchen, but Dylan knows a secret about Norma. Whatever she did, it’s not good. Dylan needs to watch his back.