Urban Decay naked heat

Urban Decay is a highly popular brand and is most known for their naked palettes. So far 
they have 4 naked palettes - naked, naked 2, naked 3, naked smokey. Last month they
announced their release of the 5th naked palette; naked heat. This contains 12 brand new
shades that are described as scorched neutrals. 

As soon as I saw this palette I knew I had to have it, but I hated that I would have to wait until
the end of July. That was until June 12th when Urban Decay had a 1 day flash sale for a limited
stock of the new naked heat palette. At first I was unsuccessful of getting my hands on this, but
about 30 minutes later I did it! I have had this palette for over a month now, which has helped
me test this out fully and get a honest and true opinion.

The Urban Decay naked heat palette is released July 27th for £39.50.

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I have the Urban Decay naked basics and naked basics 2 palette but I have never tried one of the original naked palettes. As soon as I saw this I was immediately drawn to it, due to the warm brick toned reds. This is unlike any palette I have seen before and stands out from the rest.

There are 12 brand new shadows ranging from light to dark with a range of finishes including metallics, shimmers and mattes. These have a smooth velvet texture which helps pick up the
pigment and apply true to colour on the lid, whilst blending easily and effortlessly. The metallic/shimmer shades don't contain too much glitter or feel chunky when applied to the eyes.

This look is perfect for all skin tones and can be transitioned from day to night
for that perfect look. Their is a shade and finish that will suit everyone.


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