When Urban Decay launch a palette, there’s always an air of excitement around the release. Makeup lovers are drawn to the Urban Decay Naked palette line in particular and with good reason. The new Urban Decay Naked Heat palette has just landed and as the name would suggest, it’s packed with warm and sultry tones that will create a stunning summer look.
Firstly let’s talk packaging. The Urban Decay Naked Heat palette is absolutely stunning to look at! Designed to open like a box of matches, it slides out of its sleeve with ease. This is slightly thicker than the other Naked palettes but it has a sturdy, luxurious outer case that not only looks great but feels like it has been built to last. You won’t be afraid to throw this into your makeup bag on your travels this year.
Now let’s talk about the inside. When you open the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette you are treated to an array of beautiful warm toned shadows. There are a mixture of matte and shimmer shades, all of which work together wonderfully. As with the other Urban Decay palettes you receive the Urban Decay makeup brush inside. The quality of the brushes alone tells you how much time and effort Urban Decay put into their palettes, these are always absolutely stunning for blending and creating that perfectly finished look.
The shades included in this palette are all NEW and exclusive so you really are getting something special and value for money with this set. The shades included are listed in full below.
Ounce (ivory shimmer) Chaser (light nude matte) Sauced (soft terra-cotta matte) Low Blow (brown matte) Lumbre (copper shimmer w/gold pearl shift) He Devil (burnt red matte) Dirty Talk (metallic burnt red) Scorched (metallic deep red w/gold micro-shimmer) Cayenne (deep terra-cotta matte) En Fuego (burgundy matte) Ashes (deep reddish-brown matte) Ember (deep metallic copper-burgundy).
Now when it comes to swatching this palette it is a little hard to pick up on camera just how insanely pigmented these shades are, but you’ll be absolutely blown away when you see them with your own eyes. Firm favourites have to be Ember and Scorched but every single shade is this palette is hot, hot, HOT!
Above you can see Urban Decay Naked Heat swatches taken in natural daylight just for some extra clarity. The colours are so stunning, you could create such an insane warm smokey eye with ‘Ember’ the deliciously dark shade at the end. There really are endless possibilities with the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette and we can’t wait to play around with it more.
The Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette is on sale right now, so grab yours quick! Priced at £39.50 from House of Fraser and www.urbandecay.co.uk
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