REVIEW: Urban Decay Heat – this eyeshadow Palette is HOT

Urban Decay have slayed again. Their new Naked Heat Palette is HOT!

I love the reddish tones in the Palette. Having fair skin and being a natural red head (hidden by bleach of course) I was worried this Palette wouldn’t suit me, but it really does!


The shades are:

Ounce (really light shimmer)
Chaser (pale nude matte)
Sauced (light terracotta matte)
Low Blow (brown matte)
Lumbre (copper shimmer)
He Devil (burnt red in matte)
Dirty Talk (shimmery burnt red)
Scorched (metallic deep red with gold shimmer)
Cayenne (deep brunt orange kind of colour in matte)
En Fuego (burgundy matte)
Ashes (deep reddish-brown matte)
Ember (dark metallic copper and burgundy mix)

Pigment:

I’ve said this before but the Urban Decay Naked pallets are renowned for their amazing pigment, and this one joins the list.

They feel soft and creamy when applying, they blend so easily and have the perfect application.

I would say there is the perfect amount of shimmer in the Palette too!

Packaging

The red and gold packaging makes it the hottest accessory to any dressing table.

Inside the palette you get an amazing duo ended synthetic fibre brush which I think is amazing. One side is good for building colour and the other is perfect for blending.

This palette is my absolute dream, those brown and reddy tones are just perfect. I’ve only played with the Palette a few times so far but I already know it’s my favourite.

The palette is £39.50 and you can get it from anywhere like Debenhams, House of Fraser or the Urban Decay Site etc, but it is really worth the price. The quality is amazing and the colours, well as you can see, are to die for.

I would highly, highly recommend it!
Does anyone else agree?

Love Leigh

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You can also see my review of the Urban Decay 3 palette and the smoky palette!

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