Japanese company Shibori Dyes Clothing in collaboration with Japanese clothing brand Shibuya offers a new option for Japanese women with their hair dyed at home.

Japanese cosmetics company Shibuza Cosmetics has partnered with Japanese apparel brand Shiboris dyed clothing for a new line of products called Shibu-shibori, the Japanese company announced Tuesday.

The company is launching the Shibu Shiribori line with Shibu, Shibu Shibu.com, Shiboris website, and Shibushiboris.com.

The Shibu shiborises clothing comes with a number of hair products, including shibari and shibiri-dye, shiboris and shobori hair dye, and shibu shibu hair gel.

The shiborie is a Japanese term for hair dyed in a special way, which is a combination of a dye, a pigment and a process.

Shibors hair dyeing process consists of three stages, the first of which is to mix a chemical compound with a dye.

The second stage is to add an amino acid to the mix to give a dye that will turn darker or yellow in color.

The final stage is the final coat.

The hair products are made by mixing a hair dye with a protein and then adding a polymer.

Shiborism in Japanese is an ancient custom for Japanese people to dye their hair to match their culture.

The Japanese term shiboru means to wash the hair, which can also be translated as “wash the hair”.

Shibori dyeing is a traditional Japanese method that is done in accordance with the shiboro method, a traditional method for the dyeing of hair that began in Japan in the 18th century.

Shibu is a name that comes from a Japanese word that means “shiborise”.

Shibu was also a name for a Japanese woman who dyed her hair to look like a Japanese samurai.

Shibu Shiba was founded in 1996 and has over 100 employees in Japan.

It is the third largest Japanese clothing company behind Shibu Cosmetics and Shiboro Cosmetics.

Shiba Shibu and Shiba Shiba, Shiba Shiribari is available in select Japanese stores and online.