Wow factor through the roof! Tégan Hartzer has our attention and we’re sure she’ll have yours too! Met her as our LW Babe of the Week.
Full name: Tégan Aimee Hartzer
Day job: Client Services Assistant
Likes: Baking, starry nights, shooting at the range, tattoos, and exploring new things
Dislikes: Spicy food, stormy weather, public places where strangers stand too close to you, and lemon in my water
Special talents: My unwavering sarcasm.
Give us a quick introduction to Tegan?
I’m a down to earth girl who’s just as happy in a pair of gumboots in the mud as I am at a beautiful restaurant in my stilettos.
What would you say is one of your most unique traits?
My down to earth-ness. It’s a dying trait in today’s society.
Weekends. What are they made for?
Sunshine, sparkling wine and good times.
If you could be anything for just one day, what would it be and why?
A trauma surgeon. Weird I know, but I am so passionate about medicine and I always wish it was something I had gone into.
What’s your addiction?
Tattoos for sure.
You have quite the collection of tattoos. What are some of the most random questions you get asked about them?
To recite the entire poem on my ribs out to random strangers. And, if they’re real?! Like no, I sat here with my ballpoint pen inking this massive intricate piece across my thigh (upside down) this morning.
Any plans to get more, and if so what?
Definitely! My next one will be gorgeous cherry blossom tree branches winding around and through my left thigh piece, and connecting to my rib and sternum piece.
What scares you?
Have you ever used you good looks to get yourself out of trouble?
More like get myself into it (hands over eyes).
Tell us something most people don’t know about you?
That I’m a twin. I have a twin brother and it always takes people by surprise.
What are your pros and cons of being a Durban girl?
Pros would be driving everywhere with the ocean view and salty smell in the air, and cons are that things are much further apart than in the small town I grew up in. I mean who drives half an hour to a jol?
If you had to take us out on a date, what type of experience could we expect?
Well I don’t have ‘Hopeless Romantic’ tattooed across my thighs for nothing. You could expect hundreds of fairy lights and candles, bottles of champagne, delicious finger foods and slow dancing to the sound of each others heartbeat.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when we mention:
Life hacks? Instructions – where are they?!
Turn on? A big smile.
Turn off? Sloppy drunkedness.
Photo shoots? Laughter.
Photos by Lyle Simes Photography.