Thursday 27 July 2017

The One We've All Been Waiting For Naked HEAT

Sound the alarm because there's a new Urban Decay Naked palette and it is on fire! Urban Decay Naked Heat launches today after sitting sold out on the Urban Decay website since the pre-sale which is how I bought mine early. Ignore the haters that say it's just another palette, it isn't; especially if you don't already have something like this in your collection, like me! I fell hard and boy are my eyelids thankful. Let me introduce you to Naked Heat...

I've always been a collector, a collector of keyrings, magnets and makeup palettes it seems so after adding Naked Smoky to my family of three last year, Heat rounds my collection up perfectly to five. Naked Heat features 12 all-new, amber-hued shades that are about to change the way you do your make up. Think warm browns, burnt oranges and rich siennas and you're on the right track. The packaging is just as hot with the palette sliding out the box as if it was a matchstick box. 

It's designed much like Smoky and how I kinda wish all the palettes were, possible redesign in the future? I love how long and slim the palettes are, I always have. They're sturdy, perfect for travelling and with a full-length mirror plus a double-ended brush as always. The blending brush is perfect for blending while the detailed crease brush gives ultimate precision when adding a pop of colour to the crease. 

All Urban Decay eye shadows feature the legendary pigment infusion system which gives each shade a velvety texture, rich colour, incredible staying power and blend-ability which is why I use Urban Decay shadows allllll the time. They're just my favourite. 

It's a surprisingly wearable palette, I wasn't sure at first but Ounce and Chaser drew me in before I started experimenting with the rest. I've since been using Low Blow and Cayenne a lot, both matte, both beautiful and with a hint of Dirty Talk in the crease, it gives a beautiful sunset on the eyes. The only shade I was less than impressed with was Scorched which breaks my heart as it is stunning but the fall out is terrible and it just crumbled away, I feel like I'm going to split the shadow if I use it. 

All shade details are as follows:
  • Ounce - ivory shimmer
  • Chaser - light nude matte
  • Sauced - soft terra-cotta 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 shimmer 
  • Cayenne - deep terra-cotta matte 
  • En Fuego - burgundy matte 
  • Ashes - deep reddish-brown matte
  • Ember - deep metallic copper burgundy 

The original Naked will always be my favourite but this has certainly pushed the others down the pecking line. Who knew Sahara sunset eyes is what I'm all about?! You can purchase Naked Heat today from Urban Decay or Debenhams for £43.00 but be quick because it is going to sell out fast! You do deserve it though, go on, get it because nobody likes regret. 

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