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TODAY Style Heroes 2018

Meet the 2018 TODAY Style Heroes, the actors, athletes, activists, artists and more who inspired us the most this year.

This mom couldn't find hair products for her multiethnic kids — so she made her own

Ena Hennegan founded the multiracial hair care line Many Ethnicities for her daughters and anyone else who doesn't fit just one hair type.

WWE star Nia Jax on why she loves her butt: 'It's what makes me, me'

Wrestling star Nia Jax recently opened up with a message promoting self-confidence, posting a rare photo of herself in a swimsuit to celebrate her body.
WWE Live 2017
WWE Live 2017

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Awkwafina loves her voice — even if it sounds like a '58-year-old divorce attorney'

Awkwafina, aka Nora Lum, has had quite the year starring in hit films like "Ocean's 8" and "Crazy Rich Asians."

Beanie Feldstein loves her body — and wants everyone to stop talking about it

"They were coming from a very kind place, but it was sort of more startling than I ever anticipated it being."

Olympian Mirai Nagasu on struggling with self-acceptance as a figure skater

The 25-year-old also told us what she loves most about figure skating — and what she's learned from friend Adam Rippon.
As-told-to essay from Mirai Nagasu about self-expression and confidence
As-told-to essay from Mirai Nagasu about self-expression and confidence

'They called me a one-arm freak': Model overcomes bullies to live her dream

Years after a modeling agency rejected her, Shaholly Ayers, who was born without a right arm, is proving her early critics wrong.

'GLOW' star on the advice she wishes she had as an insecure teenager

Being a young woman in Hollywood isn't easy. But up-and-coming actress Britt Baron thinks her new show is "helping to break a mold."
Britt Baron on "GLOW"
Britt Baron on "GLOW"

Debra Messing loves her curly hair — even though she once looked 'like a poodle'

Debra Messing originally thought her hair made her "stand out too much" until she realized it made her unique.