I have been dying to review this one since a month but you know the time things take to reach India. Phew… I finally got my Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette. I am sure you must have seen infinite reviews on this one already and I make no bones in accepting that UD has again hit the bull’s eye in the Naked range. The palette is amazing in every sense. This one is the latest addition to Urban Decay Naked range. Let’s get into the details.

Not sure about everyone but packaging plays a very important role for me. I am a total sucker for good packaging and sometimes I buy stuff which just looks cute (yeah 🙁 ). Anyway, coming back to Naked Heat, the packaging is super thoughtful and striking, very apt to the Heat theme. The first layer is a slide on cardboard box with brand name and variant embossed in gold. The shades used here are warm toned reds and oranges, etc. Once you slide out the tray, you can see the palette and its container. Remove the palette and there is an image of burnt matchsticks (sticking to the theme so much!) and on the flip side is burnt roses, after all, what does the heat do?? It burns, isn’t it!

The actual palette is plastic in nature, unlike the other ones which are metallic I believe. The base color of the palette is beige-orange shade and the cover has layers, the top one has the name written on it and the bottom one has stripes with holographic colors peeking. The palette has a double-sided brush with very soft bristles and a large sized mirror (always appreciated).

Wondering which Urban Decay Naked Palette you should invest in? Take a look at this in-depth comparison among the different palettes of Urban Decay Naked line.

When it comes to the Urban Decay Naked palettes, a lot of women would feel confused as to which palette to get, unless you choose to get all of them, which really isn’t necessary when you know which palette suits you and which ones you’ll use often. I hope that in the end, you’ll find the perfect palette for you enough to say that they are essential in your vanity if you love makeup artistry. So let me go ahead and give you a run down of what each palette offers.

I think it’s funny that Urban Decay came out with the Basics palettes because when the Naked Palette 1 came out, I thought that was pretty basic, however, when I think about the woman who doesn’t like spending tons of time putting on makeup, who needs a concise palette for putting on something that will give her a more polished look but doesn’t really want to think about it all day, I think the Urban Decay Naked Basics Palettes are awesome choices and it comes in two!

I have been dying to review this one since a month but you know the time things take to reach India. Phew… I finally got my Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette. I am sure you must have seen infinite reviews on this one already and I make no bones in accepting that UD has again hit the bull’s eye in the Naked range. The palette is amazing in every sense. This one is the latest addition to Urban Decay Naked range. Let’s get into the details.

Not sure about everyone but packaging plays a very important role for me. I am a total sucker for good packaging and sometimes I buy stuff which just looks cute (yeah 🙁 ). Anyway, coming back to Naked Heat, the packaging is super thoughtful and striking, very apt to the Heat theme. The first layer is a slide on cardboard box with brand name and variant embossed in gold. The shades used here are warm toned reds and oranges, etc. Once you slide out the tray, you can see the palette and its container. Remove the palette and there is an image of burnt matchsticks (sticking to the theme so much!) and on the flip side is burnt roses, after all, what does the heat do?? It burns, isn’t it!

The actual palette is plastic in nature, unlike the other ones which are metallic I believe. The base color of the palette is beige-orange shade and the cover has layers, the top one has the name written on it and the bottom one has stripes with holographic colors peeking. The palette has a double-sided brush with very soft bristles and a large sized mirror (always appreciated).

Wondering which Urban Decay Naked Palette you should invest in? Take a look at this in-depth comparison among the different palettes of Urban Decay Naked line.

When it comes to the Urban Decay Naked palettes, a lot of women would feel confused as to which palette to get, unless you choose to get all of them, which really isn’t necessary when you know which palette suits you and which ones you’ll use often. I hope that in the end, you’ll find the perfect palette for you enough to say that they are essential in your vanity if you love makeup artistry. So let me go ahead and give you a run down of what each palette offers.

I think it’s funny that Urban Decay came out with the Basics palettes because when the Naked Palette 1 came out, I thought that was pretty basic, however, when I think about the woman who doesn’t like spending tons of time putting on makeup, who needs a concise palette for putting on something that will give her a more polished look but doesn’t really want to think about it all day, I think the Urban Decay Naked Basics Palettes are awesome choices and it comes in two!

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I have been dying to review this one since a month but you know the time things take to reach India. Phew… I finally got my Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette. I am sure you must have seen infinite reviews on this one already and I make no bones in accepting that UD has again hit the bull’s eye in the Naked range. The palette is amazing in every sense. This one is the latest addition to Urban Decay Naked range. Let’s get into the details.

Not sure about everyone but packaging plays a very important role for me. I am a total sucker for good packaging and sometimes I buy stuff which just looks cute (yeah 🙁 ). Anyway, coming back to Naked Heat, the packaging is super thoughtful and striking, very apt to the Heat theme. The first layer is a slide on cardboard box with brand name and variant embossed in gold. The shades used here are warm toned reds and oranges, etc. Once you slide out the tray, you can see the palette and its container. Remove the palette and there is an image of burnt matchsticks (sticking to the theme so much!) and on the flip side is burnt roses, after all, what does the heat do?? It burns, isn’t it!

The actual palette is plastic in nature, unlike the other ones which are metallic I believe. The base color of the palette is beige-orange shade and the cover has layers, the top one has the name written on it and the bottom one has stripes with holographic colors peeking. The palette has a double-sided brush with very soft bristles and a large sized mirror (always appreciated).

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