Urban Decay NAKED HEAT Palette Review
Ever since I got myself the Naked Heat palette and posted it on my Snapchat and InstaStories, I've been getting some questions about them. I've already answered them individually, but it may be helpful for others that are too shy to ask to find out what I think of this palette.
The design is definitely the most unique and colorful out of the other NAKED palettes. It is similar to the NAKED Smokey palette which I also have (if you guys would like a review on that palette just let me know!). It's made of a durable plastic material with a holographic design. It's very sturdy and does not feel like it'll fling open like the original NAKED palette. It also comes with a double ended brush.
It comes in shades ranging from terracotta to red oranges to burgundy.
This is a very warm-toned palette.
Here I'll be showing a few more detailed swatches of shades that stood out to me:
This eyeshadow is really interesting. The overall color is shimmery bronze, but it has copper glitters in it. In some lighting it has a greenish sheen.
This is probably my go-to eyeshadow if I'm in the mood for something quick and shimmery.
It's a really pretty salmon-y color with tiny flecks of gold glitters.
This eyeshadow has the big flecks of gold glitters. It's a shimmery copper color - almost like the color of a brand new penny.
HE DEVIL swatch
The darkest red orange shade from the palette.
The pigmentation is really good for all the shades in the palette except for the lightest shade - Ounce. During the finger swatches, I had to go over it multiple times and that was the best I can do. It's also quite hard to pick up with my brushes. I feel like the formula for these eyeshadows have changed. They feel more buttery compared to previous NAKED palettes. All of them blend out really well and I especially like using the terracotta shades (Chaser, Sauced, and Low Bow) as a blending/bluffing color.
Pictured above is Dirty Talk, He Devil, Ashes, and Sauced. (Inner corner is Luscious from Too Faced Peach palette)
It lasted me the whole, summer day! I thought it will fade, but it still remained almost as vibrant as it was when I left the house.