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Wig or not, your hair deserves the best care

Under the Wig

Wig or not, your hair deserves the best care

Make looking after your hair whilst wearing wigs a breeze! This set makes cleansing and moisturising easy and even keeps your scalp happy.

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Under the Wig Set


Swish shampoo and Swirl conditioner guard against dryness whilst softening your hair

prevents breakage

Smooth moisturising cream and Seal natural hair oil help to retain hydration and prevent breakage


Soothe scalp oil help keep your scalp healthy and leaves your hair smooth and shiny under your wig

“All hair is good hair when you look after it and Afrocenchix has created the best and easy to use range to help you on your good hair journey.”

Melissa from melissa's wardrobe

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Common dangers of wearing wig glue to secure your wigs.

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Get the most out of the protective benefits of wearing wigs.


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Good for you

We're cautious of our ingredient selection and use only the best and safest ingredients.

Made to perform

Our products are formulated by cosmetic scientists and have been tested thoroughly.

100% transparency

We provide information around what's in our products and why.

You shouldn’t have to choose between what works and what’s good for you.

Rachael, Afrocenchix Co-Founder

Frequently asked questions

does using wig glue affect my hairline?

Many wig and lace front wig wearers use double sided tape and wig glue, which is (let’s just be honest) just straight up glue. However, there are many related dangers of using wig glue to secure wigs, affecting the health of your skin, and hair underneath your wig. Read our blog post for more information.

But aren't wigs bad for you?

They can be if glued on to neglected hair. Many women in our community use wigs:

  • For medical reasons
  • For stage or theatre
  • To switch up their style
  • To help with an alopecia recovery plan
  • or even grow out bad hair cuts!

Worn safely, wigs can be a great protective style for afro hair.

How often should I wash my hair?

We recommend washing your hair every 7-10 days. You may wish to flat twist rather than cornrow so that you can easily undo your hair for washing. If you prefer the longevity of cornrows and want to wear them for 2 weeks at a time, you can clean your cornrows under the wig between wash days by using Swish and a water wipe.