Cape Town girl, Charissa Copper features as this week’s LW Babe of the Week. A self proclaimed workaholic that likes to get the most out of her time, and doesn’t mind a Call of Duty challenge for fun. Get to know this sexy South African babe in our interview with her.
Nickname: Mini Cooper
Day job: Graphic Designer / Model / Visual Artist
Phobias: Rejection & failure
Claim to fame: Being first on the list when you Google my name
What does the average day in the life of Charissa include?
The average day would includes work work work! Time is valuable and I am not wasting any of it. I keep myself busy with working out at the gym, being creative and innovative – writing poems, drawing, photography. I also enjoy playing Xbox and Playstation for fun, don’t challenge me in Call Of Duty otherwise… game ON!
What other things would you like it to include?
Because I am a very busy little missy, I would love to have even more time during the day to spend quality/ valuable time with friends and family. I would also love to study more languages to feel and be a part of other cultures around the world. I am currently studying a extra language, Russian. You can never stop learning (puts nerd glasses on).
What goes through your mind when you’re in front of the camera and turning your sexy on?
When I am in front of the camera my mind and heart becomes equal with my body. I think about how to feel sensual through my eyes. Music totally brings out my sexy-side in front of the camera.
“It’s the little things that make my heart tick, especially when it comes to buying me cookies, then you are definitely on my good side for a possible date”
What attracts you to the modelling scene?
Modelling not only attracts me financially, but I always have been passionate about photography and how to use your body and eyes to express feeling and inner emotion. Modelling is not just about the pretty picture in the end, it is the expression of creativity and emotion that comes within a person that makes that picture beautiful.
Give us the Pro’s of living in Cape Town?
This year Cape Town is the capital city of design and what a honour it is for South Africa to share our nation’s beautiful talent, creativity and design. To be a part of Cape Town’s vibrant culture gives me a adrenalin rush. The beautiful landscape of Table Mountain, the architecture, beaches, energetic party vibes at clubs, the beautiful ladies and handsome guys… what’s there not to like?
Where else in South Africa would you like to live given the opportunity?
Definitely Hartenbos, nothing beats the feeling of a beach breeze, salt-water, surfing and old school ice-cream cones on a hot summer’s day.
You recently went on a trip to Thailand. What were some of the crazy and cool things you experienced while there?
What happens in Thailand stays in Thailand [laughs]. Thailand was by far the best holiday of my life, what an experience. To be introduced to other cultures and to meet new people from around the world teaches me how much there is to discover. The world out there is truly one big discovery. I partied with the Russians, British, Australians, Thai people, the party in Thailand never stops. The life begins at night. The beaches and islands are really beautiful, definitely a must see.
Give us guys some secrets into getting on Charissa’s good side and possible securing a date night?
I am a very mysterious girl and definitely not easy to persuade. It’s the little things that make my heart tick, especially when it comes to buying me cookies, then you are definitely on my good side for a possible date!
Some say red wine is guaranteed panty dropper. What are your thoughts on this and what’s your panty dropper?
[Laughs] Definitely not red wine…Vodka! Party like a Russian.
What attributes do you look for in a guy before you consider dating him?
Lately I have I thing for guys that wear flatcaps, otherwise I love a guy that is humorous, honest, open minded, trustworthy and fun. There is nothing more handsome than a guy that smells define, with a beautiful smile and has respect for women, that is just the melting moment.
Finish these sentences:
“Weekends are good for…”
party vibes with awesome friends!
“I feel sexy when i’m wearing…”
pyjamas and my captain hat.
“I wear my birthday suit when…”
I am alone at home.
hey, this girl doesn’t talk out of the bedroom.
“I can never leave home without…”
my pillow and happy face.
Photos by Faye Turnbull