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Urban Decay Naked Heat swatches and review

Hi Beauties,

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette
Jessica here with a very exciting review.. Naked Heat palette. I was lucky enough to receive this as a present off my other half, and I can happily say that this has now become one of my favourite eyeshadow palettes so far.

What you get

So for £39.50 you receive 12 beautiful matte and shimmer shades, with red and brown undertones which will suit any skintone. The pay off from these shades is phenomenal, with it - in my opinion - being even better than the previous Naked palettes. I find you don't even need a primer for these to last 24 hours (yes I tested it); however on top of a primer these eyeshadows really show their staying power!

The colours range from a champagne white/ pink to a dark ashy purple, with no black eyeshadows in sight which I actually liked. What's amazing is how realistic the shades look to the colours from fires etc, Urban Decay nailing their shade selection.
Palette eyeshadows
Why people have fallen in love with this palette is definitely the versatility. While at first glance some of the shades may look similar in colour, they certainly aren't when applied, with the undertones coming through upon application. I've used this palette day-to-night, creating simple daytime looks as well as smokey eyes. The only critique I have with this palette is the champagne shade isn't too visible on my extremely pale skin, however it works fine on top of a base shadow. 

In terms of the packaging, you can except the perfect standard Urban Decay always produce, with a sturdy embossed case, which fixes together via magnets. The palette also comes in an adorable cardboard box decorated with burnt matches!

Overall, I could not recommend this palette enough! While some bloggers I've spoken to have had problems with their palettes having two of the same shades - Urban Decay corrected this problem - I have no problems with it and will continue to mix and match different eyeshadow looks.

As always,
The Hamptons x

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