Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette Reviews

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette 

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High pigmentation, beautiful shades with warm undertones, easy to blend, gorgeous packaging!
Priced at $54.00 (not unreasonable for amount of product + quality)
This is my go-to eyeshadow palette these days for day or nighttime occasions. The warm shades look amazing on my skin tone and the formula is super easy to work with. I would buy this again and recommend to anyone.
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Flatters all skintones.

With the high pigmentation in the shades included in the Naked Heat palette, I would say that it definitely flatters various skin tones. As a dark-skinned woman, it's sometimes frustrating to have to layer and layer AND LAYER product in order for it to really POP on my skin. With this product, it doesn't take as much effort for me to create a bolder eyeshadow look. The warmer undertones of the shades pair well with the undertones of my skin. I, as one person, can't say that this palette flatters ALL skin tones, but will say that for women with more fair skin, the colors look gorgeous from what I've seen on Instagram and YT. 

Velvety texture.

I do feel like each shade of the palette has a soft and velvety texture to it. This even goes for the highly pigmented shimmer shadows, like Ember and Scorched



Rich Color.

The biggest pro about this palette, in my opinion, is the intensity of the color. You get lots of color payoff, even by just dipping your brush once, especially with the darker shades. My go-to transition shade on my lids when I use this palette is En Fuego, which is a matte red. I usually use one of the lighter shades, Chaser, underneath my brow-bone. But, for some reason, applying Chaser takes quite a bit of packing on product in my opinion before I'm satisfied! For pretty much all other shades, I'm happy with the amount of pigmentation I get. 

Ultimate Staying Power

This might be kind of difficult for me to assess. I recently began using concealer (L.A. Girl Pro Conceal) and a bit of setting powder (Sacha Buttercup) on my lids before applying eyeshadow (tip from Shaaanxo from YouTube). This tip gives you a nice base to work with on your lids, and extends the length of your eyeshadow. Using both of these, I've had my eyeshadow from the Naked Palette last for about 8 or 9 hours before removing it. It didn't budge at all during that time frame, but, it's hard for me to tell whether this was truly the product itself, or a combination of the concealer and setting powder. 


For someone that's fairly new (and obsessed) with using these insanely pigmented eyeshadow palettes, blendability is a HUGE factor me. I like to know that I can combine colors without making a complete mess of my face from fallout, and that they'll look naturally blended into my lids. These shadows blend pretty effortlessly. If I find I've applied too much of one shade for my liking, I take a shadow brush and move it around in small circles to create a more naturally blended and less "harsh" look. 


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