Wednesday, 4 October 2017

The Perfect Autumn Eye Shadows | Urban Decay Naked Heat

Hello everyone!

I'm a little late to the party but for today's post I am going to be sharing my thoughts, as well as swatches, on the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette. This palette has been out for a few months now and I have been using it pretty much everyday to get a good idea about how well each of the 12 eye shadows perform.

The colour scheme in this palette is perfect for the Autumn time as it contains 12 warm toned eye shadows. I love all of the shades in this palette and they are definitely what I tend to go for at this time of year. I am now going to review the palette, and then I will be sharing swatches of all of the shades:)

The packaging:
I love the outer packaging of the palette as it is designed to look like a matchbox; which is very fitting for the heat theme Urban Decay have going on with this palette! The actual design of the palette itself is along the same line as the Naked Smoky palette, but obviously they both have two very different colour schemes. There is also a double ended eye shadow brush included in the palette, which is standard for all Urban Decay eye shadow palettes. I actually really like using the brushes as they are really soft and work well with the shadows. 

The shadows:
Just like all of the other Urban Decay Naked palettes, this one contains 12 shades which are all brand new to this palette. The palette has a really nice balance of matte and shimmer shades too, so it definitely allows for lots of lovely eye looks to be created. Urban Decay eye shadows in general are always really great quality and this palette is definitely no exception to that. The shadows are pigmented, swatch really well and blend out beautifully on the eyes. So far my favourite shades have been Low Blow, He Devil, Ashes and Ember; but they are all equally beautiful.

The swatches:
I am now going to conclude this post by sharing swatches of all of the shades. You can really see how great the pigmentation of the shades are. 
Bottom to top: Ounce, Chaser, Sauced, Low Blow, Lumbre & He Devil 

Bottom to top: Dirty Talk, Scorched, Cayenne, En Fuego, Ashes & Ember

I hope that you all enjoyed this post just as much as I have enjoyed using this palette! Have you tried the Naked Heat palette? What are your thoughts? 

Until next time,
Emily xo

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