Buy or bye: Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that for my birthday I received the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette. I was super happy because I’ve really been getting into my warmer shadows recently, and couldn’t wait to start creating makeup looks with this palette and of course review it for you all!

Like usual I’ll start with the packaging. The palette is stunning and looks so pretty on my makeup stand. It’s also perfect for travel as you have all the shades you could possibly need and you also receive a double ended brush, which is a really good quality brush for applying the product to the lid.


In the palette you receive 12 new shades, that range from warm browns, burnt oranges and copper shimmers.

Shades included:
OUNCE (ivory shimmer)
CHASER (nude matte)
SAUCED (terra-cotta matte)
LOW BLOW (brown matte)
LUMBRE (copper shimmer)
HE DEVIL (burnt red matte)
DIRTY TALK (metallic burnt red)
SCORCHED (metallic deep red)
CAYENNE (deep terra-cotta matte)
EN FUEGO (burgundy matte)
ASHES (deep red toned brown matte)
EMBER (deep metallic copper)

The shadows are all super pigmented, andΒ I personally like this palette as it can easily be used for simple daytime looks and more dynamic night-time looks and is perfect for if you ever need to go from day to night quickly.


Prior to receiving this palette, I read so many negative reviews on it but I don’t understand why because the products are quality and the colours are beautiful. But, each to their own I suppose.

Have you tried this palette? Let me know in the comments!

9 thoughts on “Buy or bye: Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

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  1. I got this palette for Christmas and I love it! I much prefer warm colours to cool so I was so happy when I got it! πŸ™‚


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