Tamar Braxton Covers PYNK Magazine
Tamar Braxton goes blond for the new issue of Pynk magazine.
Braxton is gearing up for the premiere of a 6-episode stint of Braxton Family Values, as well as the debut of her very own show with husband Vince. In this special Summer Issue, the reality star dishes on hubby Vince, how she keeps the fire int heir marriage burning, her favorite spot and more.
This issue of Pynk hits newsstands on July 13. Until then, check out some colorful shots from her shoot and some interview snippets below.
On when she first realized Vince was the one-
“I wasn’t checking for Vince at first. He and I were friends. But it wasn’t until I found out that he was seeing someone that it hit me. I realized I had feelings for him! When he told me that his relationship at the time was coming to an end, I knew it was my time to make my feelings known. After that relationship ended.. he and I started dating and eventually married.”
On her favorite date spot-
“To be honest, I LOVE Disney Land. Vince and I always have such a good time there. We love going on dates there so much that when we have a little girl, I want to name her Disney.”
On how to keep her man happy-
“I go to bed the same way I did when we first started sleeping next to each other- CUTE! Ladies, I do NOT go to sleep with rollers or a scarf on my head! My face is not completely beat with make-up but it’s not bare either.”
On her desire to start a family-
“I realized I wanted to have a child when Vince was sick in the hospital. I love him SO much and it was such a hard time for me. He is my rock. I was extremely nervous the entire time and I thought if I lost him tomorrow all I would have are photos. And I realized that I wanted more than that. A child would be a living reminder of our love.”
On her relationship with Mary J. Blige –
“My sisters are my best friends for the most part but I’m also very close to Mary J Blige. When Vince was in the hospital she was so supportive. Mary and Kendu are the best. They made sure to check in on me and prayed with me for Vince’s recovery. Mary is such a genuine and kind-hearted person I’m blessed to be able to call her a real friend… Not an “industry friend.”