Shibue Couture is the inventor and creator of the world’s first and only No-Line Strapless Panty. Shibue’s are held in place by a washable and re-usable soft silicone gel adhesive across the top front and top back of the panty leaving nothing but a smooth, clean silhouette on your sides. When you are not wearing your Shibue’s, a storage liner is supplied to protect the adhesive while the panty.
Shibue’s are being worn in the movies, TV and even on the runway, and now they’re available for everyday!
Clean and dry your skin. Do not use any lotions, oils, or powders on the area of application.
Remove the silicone adhesive liners.
Position the front of the panty in the desired area and press firmly onto your skin.
Wrap the panty through your legs and press in the desired place.
Carefully peel the panty from your skin.
Handwash the panty and the adhesive with a mild soap and lay flat to dry.
Once dry, place the protective liner on the adhesive to protect it.
Simple! Just peel one end of the panty from your skin and re-apply when finished.
Shibues’ run true to your normal panty size. Remember your circumference doesn't matter because the panty only goes from your front of your pubic bone and to the back of your bottom. As the sizes become larger, the panty becomes slightly longer and has wider coverage. Remember, Shibues are meant to wear low so they can’t be seen.
Yes! Simply peel the panty from your skin and reapply when needed. The adhesive is re-usable so it will stick repeatedly to your body.
Not at all, exercise or dance the night away! Your Shibue will be right there with you. However, if you feel it loosen due to excess perspiration, simply remove the panty, dry your skin, and you are good to go!
Yes. The Strapless panty is washable and re-usable and can worn over and over again.
The Shibue silky, smooth silicone can be applied to light hair and it’s so gentle that it will not remove the hair or tear at the skin. However, we do not recommend heavy hair in the area of application, as a smooth, clean, hairless surface is preferable.