Everyone on the internet is talking about the ‘Home Depot Girl’ this month, but who is she? Here’s everything you need to know.
Photos of the Houston-based college student have taken over social media and everyone is obsessed with her on TikTok and Twitter.
It’s all thanks to her beauty…
Who is the ‘Home Depot Girl’ from TikTok?
Ariana Josephine, better known as the ‘Home Depot Girl’, is a young woman who works at the American DIY store Home Depot.
The 21-year-old went viral on Twitter after sharing two bathroom selfies in her work uniform in June 2023 and everyone began commenting on how pretty she was.
In the first picture shared on June 9, she wore an orange Home Depot apron and wrote in the caption: “The one job I work at that I get reminded I’m too pretty to work at.”
… has had a staggering 35.7 million views and she then went on to post another selfie two days later, on June 11.
“Home Depot Girl Taking Over 2.0,” she wrote – and the post took over Twitter again, gaining a whopping 7.8 million views.
Employee goes viral thanks to her beauty
The Home Depot employee from Houston has now gone viral thanks to her good looks and everyone is commenting on how pretty she is.
One person wrote on Twitter: “Why don’t the girls look like this when I go to Home Depot?”
“You gonna have people going to all the home Depots in Houston to find you,” said another.
A third person added: “Which location you be at? Gonna get all my materials from there from now on.”
“That’s so crazy I just remembered I need my entire house inside outside painted… so weird how I just remembered,” someone else joked.
Ariana Josephine racks up followers
The college student has now racked up more than 183,000 followers on Instagram where she describes herself as a “video creator”.
Ariana has a YouTube channel where she posts beauty, fashion and lifestyle videos – and she just clarified that she didn’t get fired from Home Depot in her latest video.
However, the 21-year-old has slammed internet users for illegally doxxing her location and job and said she won’t be doing any more Home Depot posts.
“Y’all turned something innocent into something crazy, and ruined my way of making money by seriously taking the internet TOO far,” she wrote.
“Thanks for all the nice people I’ve spoken to and inspired and thanks to the hate because it’s helped me grow closer to God and be more tough-skinned.”