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Naked Heat Palette: Is It Worth It?

Naked Heat Palette: Is It Worth It?

So, everyone has been asking me lately if they should buy The Naked Heat Palette released by Urban Decay Cosmetics this past June. I figured with so many queries, why not just review it for you! It also helps me kill 2 birds with 1 stone because I’m really trying to get back into blogging more.

First off, this is a great eyeshadow palette if you love warm tones because that is legit all this product consists of. I am personally drawn towards warm toned eyeshadows because they tend to work well with my skintone (I have olive / tan skin). The looks that I’ve been able to create with it have been quite versatile whether I’m going for a natural, every day look for work or ramping it up with the darker & glittery shades for glam looks. I find myself reaching for this on an everyday basis alongside my Modern Renaissance palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills.

Now, in comparison to all the other Naked Palettes that precede this one, I think the Naked Heat is hands down one of the best. To give you an idea of where the other Naked palettes I own are situated, the original naked palette my Mom uses everyday which she enjoys, Naked 2 I use on rare occasions when I need to add some depth to a look, Naked 3 I don’t reach for as much since it’s primarily rosy tones, and the Naked Smoky palette was used once and is currently being used to elevate my mirror. Clearly, Naked Heat is the winner.

These are actually quite pigmented and they have a great color payoff. The palette consists of 12 shades and ranging from matte to glittery. The mattes are ideal for blending out and layering on top of one another to create a seamless look.  I typically reach for these on a day-to-day basis, using the lighter brown shades to place in my crease and then pat the lighter white & cream shades on the lid.  The glittery shades I find work best with Mac Fix Plus Spray to pick up more product, without using the spray it didn’t grab as much product as I would have liked.

I’ve created a couple looks as seen below, the first is a Halo eye using shades like Ashes, En Fuego and Lumbre. The second is more of a blended out look using Sauced, Chaser, Scorched and Low Blow to name a few.

I hope you enjoy & let me know your thoughts on this palette!

Until next time (hopefully on a more consistent basis on my end, lol)

xoxox

Meiracle

Meira

Toronto-based Serial Entrepreneur, Hustler, and Beauty Blogger.

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