The Latest Naked Palette Involves Sunset-Inspired Shades


Urban Decay

Urban Decay has been giving hints that they’re about to drop something very hot and finally, the secret’s out. Almost two years after producing their sought after Naked Palette, they recently released another version called the Naked Heat Palette, and it seriously takes the neutral eyeshadow game to the next level. It contains 12 new ‘cant-live-without’ shades in fiery amber-hued tones which ranges from warm browns, to burnt oranges and rich siennas. The whole collection doesn’t just include these eyeshadows, but also lipsticks and eyeliners in warm colors as well.

Urban Decay Heat Palette

According to Wende Zomnir, Urban Decay’s founder, these red-based shades are perfect for any skin tone. The warm hues emphasizes the glow that people want to have in their looks.

Urban Decay Eyeshadow Heat Palette June 2017

In case you missed it, the placement of the shades is intentional. The lighter, more neutral matte colors are placed in the left-most area since these are the shades usually applied to the entire eyelid or used to finish off a look. The colors to the right most are the more pigmented, darker burgundies which are used to intensify or define a day to night look. Meanwhile, the middle part include transitional shades like amber hues, which are great for blending (this can be your new shadow guide!).

The palette will soon be available on urbandecay.com starting July 1. 


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