Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches

Urban Decay Naked Heat

If you`re familiar with my blog, then you know I`m a drugstore type of gal. I truly believe there`s a cheaper alternative for every beauty product out there. That`s one of the reasons why I never owned a Naked palette before. There were so many dupes from MUA of Makeup Revolution out there, one was bound to be a winner. And there were. But when my Instagram was invaded by gorgeous pics of the Naked Heat palette, I decided to take the splurge. Those shades instantly stole my heart and for me, this is the quintessential Fall eyeshadow palette. For the first time ever I wasn`t interested in finding a drugstore alternative.

At 39.50£ this is the most expensive makeup item I own. However, I plan on using it all Autumn and Winter, so I think it`s worth the money. Inside you`ll find a mix of 12 matte and shimmery eyeshadows, most of them warm-toned. The palette also comes with a good dual-ended brush, perfect for applying and blending the colours. 

I`ve been using this palette for almost a month now and I can see why people are going crazy over the formula. These eyeshadows are incredibly pigmented, buttery and easy to blend. I also did not notice any fall-out, which is always a plus. A part of me will always be faithful to drugstore products, so I have to mention that I have 4£ eyeshadow palettes which are pigmented and creamy as well. But they don`t come close to this. It took me a while, but now I get the hype. 

I am not the best at describing shades, so bear with me. This will probably be the most entertaining part of your day, as I have no clue of colours or textures. Seriously, I can break down a novel and write the perfect review. Yet I still refer to wine colour as dark red.

Ounce – pearly cream shade, perfect for highlighting your brow bone. Mildly/very pigmented.

Chaser – light beige cream. Not that pigmented.

Sauced – matte tan, pigmented and easy to blend/even application.

Low Blow – matte brown, soft and pigmented.

Lumbre – goldy, burnt peach. Very pigmented and buttery.

He Devil – matte brick red, pigmented and very blendable.

Dirty Talk – smooth copper metallic.

Scorched – metallic red with a bit of bronze?

Cayenne – a rich, brown matte, fairly pigmented.

En Fuego – matte dark brick brown.

Ashes – matte, dark chocolate deep brown.

Ember – metallic brown/bronze.

As I said, I am terrible at describing colours, but I hope that the swatches made them justice. At the moment I don`t reach for the first 3 shades, but the others are a dream. I can`t choose between “Lumbre”, “He Devil”, “Dirty Talk”, “Scorched” and “Ember”, as I think they`re all amazing and unique colours. I also think they`re the most pigmented and easy to work with out of the bunch. On the other side, I did find “Ashes” and “En Fuego” a bit harder to work with. Not much, but I had to blend more carefully than with the others.

I have to admit that these were the best 40£ I ever spent. I`m so happy with this palette and it`s an investment I won`t regret. Not only is the formula amazing, but the shades are so different and you can create so many amazing looks with it. And you know me, I`m all about that Fall makeup. Actually, I`m about Autumn everything, but details.


  1. Jennifer | Mrs Q Beauty
    21/09/2017 / 6:42 pm

    I love finding more affordable options for makeup but a good high end palette is nice. This is one of my favorite palettes. I'm glad you enjoyed it. http://www.mrsqbeauty.com

    • Georgiana Teglas
      22/09/2017 / 11:58 am

      I`m a drugstore type of gal myself, but this is impressive. Really glad I bought it.

  2. Hannah Morris
    22/09/2017 / 1:34 pm

    This is a really gorgeous palette, and I am so glad that you love it too!xxHannah | luxuryblush

  3. Yiotou_La
    22/09/2017 / 6:13 pm

    Everyone is loving this palette, I need to get my hands on it!! The shades are so pretty! xYiotahttp://pinkdaisyloves.blogspot.com.cy/

  4. fhenny
    23/09/2017 / 8:37 am

    this look stunning!!xoxostyle frontier

  5. Velvet Blush
    23/09/2017 / 9:15 pm

    I'm all for drugstore products too but if it's something that you will get a lot of use from, then I don't see why not?! You already seem to have got your money's worth from this haha, and the shades do look lovely x Velvet Blush

  6. Rosanna Briguglio
    25/09/2017 / 11:02 am

    Ooooh, beautiful shades and pictures!!Have a lovely day :)Rosanna xRose's Rooftop

  7. Lauren
    25/09/2017 / 8:31 pm

    As lovely as all the shades are some of them look too similar for my liking, there's no denying its a gorgeous palette though!Lauren x Huggled

  8. Jenny @ Geeky Posh
    26/09/2017 / 2:27 pm

    This is exactly how I felt when I bought my first Naked palette, the quality of their eyeshadows are amazing! Of all the Naked palettes released, I definitely like the colors of Heat the most, and would totally get it if I didn't already have similar shades in my collection!Jenny | Geeky Posh

  9. Kay
    28/09/2017 / 12:05 pm

    I actually only got this palette the other way as well and I have been obsessed since! I absolutely adore the shade selection, the colours are so warm and the pigmentation is insanely good! So happy with it as well. Thanks for sharing your review, lovely! xoxoKayhttp://www.shoesandglitter.com/

  10. Hannah Cornish
    29/09/2017 / 9:38 pm

    Gosh I reallywant (and obv need) this palatte in my life! The eyeshadows look absolutely gorgeous!

  11. Denise Sabs
    30/09/2017 / 9:25 pm

    I normally don't buy naked palettes, but I loved the color ounce, reeeeally cool! That is good as a highlighter! Hope you have a nice weekend!DenisesPlanet.com

  12. Corinne
    01/10/2017 / 3:31 pm

    I have this too but I'm sad to say I wish I had just re-bought the 3rd.Corinne xwww.skinnedcartree.com

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