Ludwig Göransson: Long Wavy Hair With Centre Part

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The multi award winning music producer and composer, Ludwig Goransson, is blessed with the healthiest-looking long, bronde (browny/blonde) hair MFH has seen in a while.

Worthy of an Oscar, frankly.

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Ludwig Goransson’s long, bronde, centre parted hair is clearly kept in prime condition by its owner.

Who happens to be an uber-talented music producer, composer, songwriter and conductor who has worked with the likes of Childish Gambino, Adele, Rihanna to name a few.

And, he took home the Oscar for best original score for Oppenheimer.

Yup, he clearly earns enough to keep himself in expensive hair products. Though, phew, there’s no need to have an Oscar winner’s budget if you want to grow, or maintain long hair.

It’s all about making sure you get it trimmed regularly to get rid of split ends, use shampoo and conditioner with as few chemical nasties as possible, and protect it from sun and heated products.




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  • Ludwig Goransson’s long, bronde, centre parted hair won’t need many visits to the barber.
  • However, it’s important to still get any split ends trimmed off every few months.
  • Ludwig looks like he has a few layers cut into his hair to make it easier to style and to give it some movement.
  • This is something you can discuss with your barber.
  • Ludwig’s hair is all about the TLC.
  • Wash hair no more than 3 times a week if possible, and always use conditioner.
  • Invest in the most natural shampoos and conditioners you can, free from sulphates and parabens.
  • When you dry your hair with a towel, gently pat it – instead of rubbing it with the towel – as this helps prevent breakage and frizz.
  • It’s also a good idea to get yourself a microfibre hair towel that you can wrap your hair in and help it to dry naturally more quickly.
  • Use a deep conditioning treatment once a week – ideally leave it on overnight.
  • Ludwig’s hair has a nice wave at the bottom, but if your hair lacks a naturally wavy texture, you can use a round brush to achieve it.
  • Spritz a hair protector all over the hair.
  • Wrap the hair around the barrel of the brush and aim your hairdryer at it for around 20 seconds.
  • Loosen the waves with your fingers, and gently brush them.
  • To give your hair a nice shine, you can spritz a shine spray on it when your hair is totally dry.



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