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Are you considering a blusher veil? Wondering what a blusher veil even is? Today we’re here to show you about this wedding veil, how it is worn, and what hairstyles you can wear with it. We’re also sharing some of our favorite blusher veils to inspire you. Enjoy!
What is a Blusher Veil?
First things first: what is a blusher veil?
A blusher veil is a short wedding veil that covers the bride’s face as she walks down the aisle. A blusher is a very classic choice. You can choose a blusher veil by itself, or have a blusher veil added to another veil style. It can be as poufy as you’d like; a single layer blusher veil is closer to your face, while a double layer blusher veil — like this one, below — offers more volume.
How is a Blusher Veil Worn?
Most blusher veils are attached to a simple hair comb or a headband. This blusher veil, shown below by Rose Red Bridal Designs, is attached to your hair with a hair comb.
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What hairstyles can be worn with a blusher veil?
A blusher veil looks great with any hairstyle, with your hair worn down or in an updo.
This blusher veil by Sara Brosious is attached to a headband and has a hand beaded applique with muted nude sequins for a little sparkle.
This double layer birdcage veil by Melinda Rose Design has a 9-10″ size and is available in white or ivory.
This blusher veil we spotted at SIBO Designs is made of polka dotted tulle and embellished with Swarovski crystals.
This next blusher veil is one of my absolute favorites because it features gold leafing and is made in an elbow-length drop veil, both of which I adore. By Melinda Rose Design.
This final blusher veil by SIBO Designs is unique because it is a chapel length veil but it also features a blusher, proving that a blusher isn’t necessarily short in length.
What do you think of a blusher veil? Will you be wearing one? Tell us in the comments area below!