Urban Decay Naked Heat palette review & swatches 

product review

It’s THE palette that everyone has been talking about. Urban Decay are infamous for their pigmented, cult eyeshadow palettes. The naked heat palette has a lot to live up to. 

So let’s crack straight down to business and talk about whether this palette is worth the major hype surrounding it? 

 
The colours 

As you can view above in the swatches, there is a good mix of matte and shimmer shades. The colours epitomise autumnal feels, and fiery warm nights by the bonfire. There is a combination of reds, browns and Metallic golds. However, these colours stand out against other brands and palettes. If I see someone wearing this palette, I can tell straight away. I think that distinguishable pigmentation and colours will ensure that this is a cult palette. They are colours I wouldn’t necessarily chose, but they work so well together. 

This will be the ultimate palette to transition your make up looks into autumn. 

Quality 

I love the fiery design, it adds real depth and personality to the eyeshadow palette. 

The brush provided is better than the one in naked 3, the latest brush provides a soft blend. Making it easier for eyeshadow novices to create Insta-worthy looks! 

Overall 

Great colours, great design, and utterly unique in all its fabulousness. Would highly recommend, as I can guarantee you don’t own another palette like it. And that is why everyone needs this. 

Written in collaboration with Elizabeth May Wilkins 

Photo creds to: Elizabeth May Wilkins 

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Fallin’ around: four beauty must-haves for Autumn

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The transition from Summer to Autumn can be somewhat awkward, especially in England. You can easily get caught off guard travelling without an umbrella, (rookie error), fooled by the warm-ish sun you observed throughout the day and ending the day looking like a drowned rat. Let’s face it, we never know what are we going to encounter with the weather in this country. But don’t let your make-up be as inconsistent as the weather.

autumn-cosmeticsHere are my 4 beauty essentials to help you through the colder season, amazingly all under £25:

  1. Mac matte lipstick in Russian Red, £15.50

This deep red shade is perfect for the winter months, it allows you to channel your inner Russian goddess. Frosty, matte, with plenty of colour. Best suited with natural eyebrows, lined eyes, and a natural base on your face.

2. Urban Decay make-up setting spray in Oil Control, £22

Although I must admit before fully committing myself to buying the full size version, I purchased the travel size bottle which is £9. I am far from disappointed. This spray will help your make-up fight the elements, and by the end of the day you’ll still look like the same person, instead of a melting greasy mess that resembles a kebab shop worker. Can be used everyday, and especially handy for nights out.

3. Too Faced Better Than Sex waterproof mascara, £19

I will start by shamelessly bursting everyone’s bubble, and stating that this mascara does not live up to it’s name. However, this waterproof version of the beauty industries favourite mascara is brilliant for showery, wet weather. This mascara is one that you need to build up, it’s quite thin and light – but looks great on your dressing table, and is worth buying purely to see your boyfriends reaction when he clocks the name on the mascara tube. (Would be perfect with the Russian Red lipstick, for natural lashes and a bold lip for Autumn).

4. Urban Decay moondust eyeshadow in Space Cowboy, £14

This picture does not do justice for this amazing eye-shadow. It is more pigmented than a Mac lipstick, and believe me they are like paint. The moon dust eye shadows literally look like moon dust; they are sparkly and make you feel like a princess. Gone are the days of trying to use eyelash glue to stick glitter to your eyes. No No Hun, this is pigmented as ever and so so easy to apply. Glide gently over eyes for a natural day look, or compliment with darker shades to create a beautiful smoky eye.