I recently had an operation, which laid me out for quite a few weeks, and during this time the release of the Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette was alllllll over social media. After their cult Naked Palette releases of 1, 2, 3 and Smoky, I knew I would have to have the Naked Heat, especially when I saw the shades! Oh my Lordy! I was super lucky, as Urban Decay released a set amount earlier than the scheduled release date and I managed to secure one.
The Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette contains 12 scorched neutral shades, which will be insane with a tan this Summer, but warm enough to take you all the way through Autumn, Winter and Spring too.
The eyeshadows arrive in a copper plastic, substantial palette, which securely shuts and opens up to reveal a full sized mirror on the inside of the lid, the 12 scorched neutrals and a double ended applicator brush.
On to the shades:
Ounce: Ivory Shimmer
Chaser: Light Nude Matte
Sauced: Soft Terracotta Matte
Low Blow: Brown Matte
Lumbre: Copper Shimmer with Gold Pearl Shift
He Devil: Burnt Red Matte
Dirty Talk: Metallic Burnt Red
Scorched: Metallic Deep Red with Gold Micro Shimmer
Cayenne: Deep Terracotta Matte
En Fuego: Burgundy Matte
Ashes: Deep Reddish Brown Matte
Ember: Deep Metallic Copper Burgundy
It's so hard to choose a favourite, but I think He Devil and Scorched are way up there! The carefully constructed concoction of colours, shades and finishes make this palette extremely versatile and easy to work with, whether you're a beginner or a make up artist.
Don't forget my little tip which can be applied to any kind of eyeshadow, is that by wetting your makeup brush, with either a makeup Setting Spray or water, this will intensify the pigments, giving deeper coloured ur and highlighting any sparkle or shimmer within the shadows.
The Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette costs £39.50 and will be available soon here.
Which Naked palette is your favourite?
All the Loves,
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