Review | Naked Urban Decay Heat Palette

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Bought for my 22nd Birthday, I feel like this is a palette everyone has heard of, and basically everyone has tried one of the 5 Naked Palettes, and this is my first, and I am never looking back. Packed with 12 super warm tones, including some stunning shimmers and some useful mattes.

  • Ounce: Ivory shimmer
  • Chaser: Light nude matte
  • Sauced: Soft terracotta matte
  • Low Blow: Brown matte
  • Lumbre: Copper shimmer with gold pearl
  • He Devil: Burnt Red Matte
  • Dirty Talk: Metallic burnt red
  • Scorched: Mettalic Deep red with gold micro-shimmer
  • Cayenne: Deep terracotta matte
  • En Fuego: Burgundy matte
  • Ashes: Deep reddish-brown matte
  • Ember: Deep metallic copper-burgundy

Scorched and Ember are definitely the standout shades of the palette. However, in general, the formula is very good – blendable, pigmented and long wearing. This has definitely become one of my favourite eyeshadow palettes.

Have you tried this, if so, what are your thoughts?

Katie x

10 thoughts on “Review | Naked Urban Decay Heat Palette

  1. I absolutely like this pallete. However, I don’t love that it’s basically the same as so many others out there. I also find that I get the same look out of it no matter the shades I am working with. So yes it’s beautiful, yes I like the look(s) that I can achieve out of it, but it is an “it’s been done” palette for me.

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