Former America’s Next Top Model winner Eva Marcille posed with a platinum, dirty-blonde hairstyle for the March/April 2011 Urban Lux issue entitled ‘Breaking Stereotypes’ issue. The digital edition will be available online on March 4h, while the printed editions will be released at a fund raising event for the Anti-Prejudice Consortium on March 10th from 6:30pm-10:00pm in Atlanta, GA. For more information about the event, click here.
Check out the behind-the-scenes video from the shoot below:
Behind The Scenes Video: Eva Marcille Urban Lux Photoshoot
Tia Mowry Does Regard Magazine Spread
Tia Mowry-Hardrict is featured in the most recent issue of Regard Magazine. The 32 year-old mother-to-be did a fierce six-page spread and shared a bit about growing up with parents who stressed the importance of education. The ‘The Game’ actress also talked a bit about balancing her career and marriage:
On the importance of education:
My mother always told me when I was growing up, that the key to success is an education. In our house, it was, and still is, a priority. College taught me a lot about myself. Not only is it a place you should go to and figure out what you want to pursue in life, it is also a place to grow as an adult. It is a great practicing ground for discipline. You have deadlines, homework, speeches, and volunteer work to complete. These tactics build character. At least that is what it did for me, and I am so happy I finished and graduated.
On balancing her relationship and career:
Balance is a big goal of mine. To be honest, I am still figuring it out. What I strive to do now, is of course make time for the people I love and hold so dear. If you don’t work into a relationship, the relationship will die. I know that reality. So with my family, husband, and friends, I make it a point to spend quality time with them. In any relationship, communication is important. With the fans, that is why I love twitter. It is an outlet that allows me to converse one on one with my fans. See what they like, why they don’t like, etc. I also have an opportunity to show them what I have been up to…[Read more]
Keisha Knight-Pulliam Gives Relationship Advice in Rolling Out Mag
Actress Keisha Knight-Pulliam (formerly known as Rudy Huxtable in the 90s television series, The Cosby Show) posed for the cover of Rolling Out Magazine. The 31 year-old shared what it was like working with Bill Cosby and Tyler Perry and dropped a bit of dating knowledge for the ladies and gents:
What are three things that you think every woman can do to keep a relationship strong?
Be who you are. The biggest mistake women make is trying to be who the other person wants them to be. And if that’s the case, that’s not the person for you. You can never love another person more than you love yourself. I also think people take stuff way too seriously. I’d rather laugh — not fuss and fight. You can articulate your point without arguing. When you’re arguing constantly, you just need to say, “You’re real cool, but you’re not
What can men do to help keep relationships strong?
[Laughing] Stop hoeing. Some men have a problem with being satisfied with what they have. Men have a tendency of always having a feeling that they’re missing something over there. And that’s not always the case…[Read more]