Monday, 23 October 2017 / Northern Ireland, UK

Urban Decay Naked Heat


If you thought Urban Decay's Naked palettes were hot before; then you need to brace yourself - because the latest addition is on a whole other level. This is Naked Heat, Urban Decay's most sweltering palette yet and you won't want to miss it.

Unlike Urban Decay's previous palettes, Heat is presented in a plastic case making it slightly more bulky but also more durable and easier to clean, because let's face it... we all know how messy things things get with time. The design I found in particular is quite retro, in-fact it left me feeling as though someone had just plucked it from the 80's and placed it directly in the palm of my hands (the thought of it gives me goosebumps), it's certainly different and it makes a change from the typical Urban Decay style - I can already see it being a cult favourite.


The textures and formulations are totally on point throughout, but I do feel as though the palette is missing a warm brown shade, primarily for lining and defining and this is my only criticism. Its wearable, it's warm and it's only £39.50 in the United Kingdom which I feel is reasonable for what you're getting.

So; why not give in to the heat of the moment with the 12 all-new, can't-live-without, amber-hued neutrals, from warm browns to burnt oranges and deep red eye-shadows. This is the most shade-driven Naked palette Urban Decay has ever released and one of which has taken the blogging world by storm. From a super-smooth red-brown matte and a glimmering copper to a deep, shifty bronze, the Naked Heat eye-shadow palette has everything you will ever need; whether you want to create a sultry daytime look or an intense eye for a night-out, there really is something for everyone here.

What are you waiting for?
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4 comments

  1. I doubt very much that it would suit my colouring, but I imagine it would work particularly well on darker skinned people. I look forward to seeing what everyone manages to do with it!

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    1. In all fairness I'm quite pale and my hairs dark as hell, but I somehow manage to pull it off haha! but I do agree, it would suit someone with a darker skin tone just as much. x

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  2. Every time I see this I really want it! I’m definitely going to get it at some point
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    1. I was exactly the same! Luckily I managed to persuade Matthew to buy it for my birthday haha x

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