Urban Decay cosmetics have just added another breath-taking eyeshadow palette to their Naked line the Naked Heat (C$66.00 for 12 x 0.05 oz/ 1.3 g). This time Urban Decay cosmetics came with the best palette by far. I am always into amber hued neutral colors and shades. The palette carries mix colors of warm browns, burnt oranges and rich siennas with mattes and shimmers textures. The mattes are incredibly soft and smooth, and blends beautiful with each other as well as the shimmers are highly pigmented. I have tried the Original Naked and the Naked 3 palette and they have been my most used eyeshadow palettes so far. Urban Decay cosmetics are known for their eyeshadows quality and performance all the time. This Naked Heat Palette carries shades and colors with warm under tone colors and shades that are very close to each other but with different textures which makes it easy to layer and blend.

All shades are highly pigmented with no fall outs at all. I think this is going to be the only eyeshadow palette that I would use the most this summer. The colors are wearable during the day and night, plus you can create many different amazing eye looks with these beautiful colors. This palette takes Naked to the next level, I think it looks amazing on all skin tones. You can use this Naked Heat palette all year long and can easily finishes you look from day night.

It comes in a beautiful metal mirrored compact with 3D effect cover lid. The packaging is quite nice and durable. I have owned the Naked palette for a while now and the package have wear off by now. Urban Decay did came up with much better packaging since then and yet this one is one of their best packaging so far. As well as the brush is also the best one I’ve tried out of than other palettes. One ends carries a fluffy blending brush and the other end have a detailed crease brush which both brushes makes it easy to pick up good amount of product and it blends nicely.

The palette contains:

  • Ounce (ivory shimmer)
  • Chaser (light nude matte)
  • Sauced (soft terra-cotta matte)
  • Low Blow (brown matte)
  • Lumbre (copper shimmer with gold pearl shift)
  • He Devil (burnt red matte)

  • Dirty Talk (metallic burnt red)
  • Scorched (deep red metallic with gold micro-shimmer)
  • Cayenne (deep terra-cotta matte)
  • En Fuego (burgundy matte)
  • Ashes (deep reddish-brown matte)
  • Ember (deep metallic copper-burgundy)

Side by side Comparison swatches of Naked, Naked 3 and Naked Heat:


This palette is definitely one of my most favorite eyeshadow palettes by far. I feel all Naked palettes are very different from each other and I was not surprised with this edition to be arranged amazingly. I would say it’s totally up to your preference on how you would look at this palette over all, if you’re some one like me wearing nudes reds and brown eyeshadows most of the times then this is one beautiful eyeshadow palette that I found carries the most amazing color selection with great pigment, texture and quality. I personally love my all three Naked eyeshadow palette in terms of pigment and carrying a perfect color selection. You can now find Naked Heat Palette eyeshadow in store and online at Sephora as well as Urbandecaycosmetics.com.

Many thank to the Urban Decay cosmetics team for sending the press sample for reviewing purposes.