Urban Decay Naked Heat
Urban Decay Naked Heat is the newest edition to the Naked Family and it is worth the hype.
This has to be my favourite out of all the palettes so far. Boasting twelve new shades of warm browns, burnt oranges and rich siennas you are bound to turn up the heat with any look from soft and sultry daytime to super smokey nights out. Ultra smooth mattes provide the perfect transition shades while the shimmering coppers make eyes pop and sparkle.
Velvety textures and rich colour pigment ensure long wear and superb blendability.
I think this palette is going to work well with all eye colours and easily transitions from Summer to Fall. The packaging speaks for itself with each element emanating heat from the matchbox design down to the steamy sunset artwork. If you were on the fence about purchasing this I would hop off right now and hot foot it down to your nearest stockist and pick one up, you will not be disappointed.
Naked Heat (RRP £39.50) is available from www.urbandecay.co.uk
This was received compliments of Urban Decay.
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