When rumours of the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette* surfaced, I knew it was something I needed to get my hands on. There is something about the Urban Decay Naked Palettes that I cannot resist, so I was very excited when this came through the door a couple of weeks ago.
What sets the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette apart from the rest of the Naked line is the stunning warm shades. There is a beautiful mixture of purples, auburn, orange and red tones with hints of brown.
The mixture of matte shades and shimmer shades mean you can create some stunning looks without having the need for another palette which I love.
After wearing the palette for a few days my go to shades the matte shade in sauced and the semi duo chrome shimmer shade Dirty Talk. There is just something about it which looks flattering on the face even during the day.
I will say orange hues are not something which I often gravitate towards but this palette has really swayed me. I do plan my make up slightly more when I wear the palette but it is definitely worth the extra consideration.
As always the pigmentation and bendability of the palette is on par with what you would expect from Urban Decay. They are creamy, buttery, highly charged with pigment. The brush which comes with the palette is not my favourite brush to use for shadow, however, is one of the better ones I have tried and one I will be keeping to use in my collection.
The brush which comes with the palette is not my favourite brush to use for shadow, however, is one of the better ones I have tried and one I will be keeping to use in my collection. It is dual ended which will come handy for my trips home when I need to carry my makeup brushes but want to save a little space.
Have you tried the new Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette? Which Urban Decay Palette shall I try next?