The blusher is the short part of the wedding veil that covers the bride’s face during the ceremony. Many brides wear a blusher over the face in deference to their cultural heritage. During the ceremony, the blusher is lifted back over the head to reveal the bride. It is an elegant veil, softening the bride’s features. The shorter, top layer of a circular tier veil may be used as a blusher, or you may have a separate blusher attach to your veil. The length generally ranges from very short to shoulder-length or longer. Standard length is about 18-25 inches, but longer blushers are also attractive. Read more about veils in the MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com veil styles section or shop the wedding veils category in the store (including the veil at left).
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