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Urban Decay Naked Heat Swatches

Urban Decay Naked Heat Swatches

Urban Decay Naked Heat Swatches

Hi guys! This is just a quick post to share my Urban Decay Naked Heat swatches. I swatched these on primer using the Urban Decay Moondust brush. I cleaned my brush in between with a microfiber cloth. How I did this was to run my brush across the eyeshadow 3 times, then brush the color on my arm like it was an eyelid. I didn’t go back for more color, so what was on the brush was it. The worst color in the set for me was En Fuego. I was disappointed that Ashes was not a burgundy wine. En Fuego claims to be a burgundy but it really looks brown with a bit of orange. I’ll have better photos and a review up for you later but I wanted to share this now.

To me this palette looks like it’s made up of peaches, coppers, oranges, and browns.

Also, is it just me or does this look more peach than the Sweet Peach palette?

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Naked Heat Color Descriptions

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 – Metallic deep red with gold micro-shimmer
Cayenne – Deep terra-cotta matte
En Fuego – Burgundy matte
Ashes – Deep reddish-brown matte
Ember – Deep metallic copper-burgundy

Wearing Urban Decay Deep Pencil and Alice Lipstick

See my Urban Decay Naked Heat Scorched Tutorial!

Urban Decay Naked Heat Alkaline Tutorial with Aura (blue side) as highlight

See my Naked Heat Alkaline Tutorial!

Watch my first impressions video!

You will want to see my UD Naked Heat vs. ABH Modern Renaissance – which to choose?


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  • I wish I could buy this palette! but I live in a different country and the shipping is too expensive (let alone that the palette is too expensive for me currently)
    such beautiful colors!!!!
    Love all the way from Israel

  • Looks like a beautiful palette but I really don’t need it because I have the Sweet Peach palette and I feel I would just get the same looks out of them. So yes, they are really similar !! xo

  • Thanks so much for the preview! I can’t wear a single one of those gorgeous colors, so I won’t haunt Sephora waiting for it to hit the shelves. LOL Anything red or close to it makes me look like a stale corpse.

  • Thanks, Courtney for this helpful preview. I like the burgundy liner and was wondering whether it smudges or not. The palette would not play well with my pale olive undertones. And I really have to stop myself from buying gorgeous shades I can’t wear.

    • No problem Alison! My friend Kaleigh is pale olive (not sure if she’s similar to you?) and said she loves the terra cotta shades in here. I know there are different types of olive though! I think the burgundy liner would smudge out just fine. It’s the same as the other UD 24/7 eyeliners. I love them.

      • Thank you,, Courtney. I never saw your reply until now. I’m a little towards the fair and also have dark circles around the eyes. If I color correct with a lavender corrector I can sometimes pull off some warmer colors. Will revisit Dark Mattes and see.

  • I like these shades a lot! I’m thinking they’ll go really well with my greenish eyes.

  • I LOVE the colors in this and they would look so good on me. . . but UD uses carmine in so many of their reds and browns, I’m pretty sure this one won’t work for me. I’m allergic to carmine. Hope somebody comes out with good dupes – especially for those shiny ones. I love those colors!

    • Hi Kelly, so sorry to hear about the carmine allergy! Maybe Silk Naturals will end up with some dupes for you!

  • Ashes bums me out too!! Lumbre reminds me of another shadow but I can’t think of what it is.

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