Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Never have #pantylines again!

This post was inspired by Shibue Couture. I received product for evaluation and all opinions are 100% my own. All too many times, I have been plagued with pantylines showing and they somehow often happen to be with my favorite pants! It's kind of like how when you wear white, you're asking for stains. Speak of the devil, white pants. The only way I can wear those is without panties, which I can't do. So I settle for a very long shirt. Honestly, I've grown to hate underwear all together, aside from the little fact that it protects your precious from being invaded by germs. So I feel it's kind of mandatory, unless technology advances to the point of invisible protective shields one day. We can dream. 

 If you are like me and have trouble with these pesky things, I've got a product to introduce that you just might love. It's called the Shibue. A genius idea to eliminate pantylines for good. This gem covers your front and backside with silicone adhesive that stays put even when you sweat! You just stick it in front and bring it toward the back. There is no needless bum or hip coverage and therefore no pantyline embarrassment. 


I tried this out and I can vouch for what it claims. It does stay in place no matter how sweaty you get or what you may be doing. The Shibue sits safely in place and lasts all day and best of all, it's machine washable!  It's very comfortable and I did not feel any sort of reaction to the adhesive, which can happen a lot with me. Some band-aids will make my skin freak out. It's made of silicone gel adhesive so that shouldn't be a problem for you, unless you are allergic.



This is great for skirts and this one pair of yoga pants that I could never wear without having a long shirt covering my whole bottom. ANY underwear I have tried has resulted in pantylines, so this is helpful.

Am I the only one who wants to Vagazzle this thing up, add bows and cute adornments? I think that would be really cute. They do come in a heart shape for Valentines day too! 

They come in Nude, Mocha and Black. I received the mocha as a sample. Their size range is XS up to XL. 

You can find out more about the Shibue and explore their other adhesive products, such as their strapless bra cups, on their website and Facebook

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9 comments:

  1. Those are very, um... interesting!

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  2. Indeed they are, and helpful to a lot of women.

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  3. These look very interesting. I am not sure if I am willing to try them out.

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  4. I have never seen anything like that before. Useful if you worry about panty lines, which I never have.

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  5. I do when I wear white pants and those thin yoga pants I mentioned. It takes getting used to, because you do feel bare and I honestly felt un-comfy about it at first. Now, It's great. Definitely not an every day thing though.

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  6. To anyone who truly is fashionable and wears the sleeker designs these are a must and so innovative. I absolutely must buy these! I will have no more lines showing when I teach gymnastics with the kiddos I always have awful lines I will be getting these!

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  7. At first I was a little weirded out reading about the Shibue lol but after reading a little more and seeing the photo, it makes a little more sense. These are awesome for those like yourself who worry about panty lines. I myself never have, I have never worn white pants in my life lol and I don't wear dresses. I'm more of a jeans, black pants, or black skirt kinda gal. Neat product though. :)

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  8. Lol I was too. I have this one pair of very comfy yoga pants, but they're made thin and any underwear I try shows a line. So, they are perfect for that. Though, yes, not for everyone. :)

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  9. OMG, who knew something like this even existed. I don't think I'm brave enough to try something like this, I'd be so self conscious the whole time.

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