I have been a fan of Urban Decay eyeshadows since I first tried the Smoky palette at Stylist Live. This sparked my love of their Naked Palettes and soon went on to purchase more of them as I was so impressed with the different looks and the quality of the eye shadows.
I tend to stick to what I know when it comes to eye shadow, namely smokey looks and pink tones, so the Smoky and Naked 3 palettes were ideal for me. When the Heat palette was released, I liked the look of it but I wasn’t sure if the red, copper and terracotta tones would suit me as I have never worn those sorts of colours before. After seeing lots of looks created with the Heat palette online, I wanted to try it for myself.
As with the other palettes, the range of colours is vast allowing a variety of looks to be created from subtle to dramatic. I used four of the shades; Sauced, He Devil, En Fuego and Scorched to create a warm day-to-night look and was thrilled with the result. Although initially I wasn’t sure about whether it would suit me, once I had tried it I found that the colours complimented my eyes and skin tone.
As the colours are warm, they are great for creating Autumnal looks as well as Summer. At Just under £40 for the palette it is pricey but you get what you pay for. The quality of the shadows is much superior to other lower priced brands and it is flawless all day.
Check out my Urban Decay Palettes playlist on the Teacup Moment YouTube channel which features different looks from different Naked palettes. I will be trying these looks myself and posting the results on the blog.
Share your Heat palette looks with Teacup Moment and add your thoughts in the comments section below.