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Are These the Right Fit for Extra Protection?
These period panties from Shymay have a unique design; they have a floral brief in the front with stretch lace trim that makes these panties into boy shorts. The back has full coverage in a plain fabric: no lace or floral print there.
Shymay period underwear are made from 90 percent polyester and 10 percent spandex. They have extra leak-proof coverage in the front and back. These panties only come in one size that Shymay calls free size. I’m guessing that means they are one size fits all. According to the company, their free size panties should fit U.S. sizes 2 through 10. Perhaps the spandex in this fabric helps them to stretch to fit. These period panties come in a large rainbow of colors. Basically, any color you would like, from black to pink to green, they’ve got.
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About the Company
Shymay is an online retailer that sells a large catalogue of women’s clothing and lingerie. They’re based in China, and their items ship from there too. It usually takes about 7 to 15 days for customers in Europe or America to receive their orders. Shymay accepts returns for most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund.
The Bottom Line
If you fit a US size 2 – 10, these panties may be a good buy. They’re affordable and come in a huge selection of colors. You can certainly match them to any outfit in your wardrobe. The boy short style helps to give extra coverage from leaks during that time of the month. Keep in mind they need to be hand washed in cold water, so they aren’t as easy to care for as some other brands of period panties like Dear Kates and NatraTouch.
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