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Urban Decay Naked Heat Swatches and Official Release Details

Urban Decay has been releasing palette after palette and we’re living. Just recently, the brand released their warm-toned eyeshadow line called the Heat palette. Here are the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette swatches and the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipstick swatches on varying skin tones, some tutorials, plus its release details so you can mark your calendar stat!

Overview

The palette was revealed on the Urban Decay Instagram yesterday, June 7 in the Philippines. Fans went wild because of the new set of colors that was a lot different from their previous sets. While the Naked line is known to carry shades more for the everyday no-makeup makeup look, the Heat palette boasts bold colors like a deep red and purple and shimmers unlike any other. It was for every girl and guy who needed to let out that fire within.

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Packaging

The Naked Heat palette’s packaging resembles its predecessor, the Naked Smokey, although now more warm and bold. It has a magnetic clasp and a glossy cover unlike the Naked 2 and 3. The top lid almost seems like metal being exposed to direct heat, like a torch for example, turning from its copper color to a bluish and greenish burning metal. The palette almost looks like it’s literally on fire. This also comes with a pretty decently sized horizontal mirror and the double ended brush every Urban Decay fan has loved and cherished.

Eyeshadows

Like any Naked palette, the palette comes with 12 colors. There’s a good mix of satins, glitters, and mattes for you to finally be able to use all the colors in an eyeshadow palette. Although featuring more vivid and striking shades, the Naked Heat is wearable for everyday. Don’t be intimidated by their reds because along with them are tan and copper tones for your whole lid or just for deepening the crease. The shimmers are super pigmented too so they’re perfect for highlighting the center of the lids and inner corners.

Here are all the swatches we found:

Urban Decay Cosmetics / Instagram
Urban Decay Cosmetics / Instagram
Urban Decay Cosmetics / Instagram
Urban Decay Cosmetics / Instagram

Shades

Ounce, Chaser, Sauced, Low Blow, Lumbre, He Devil, Dirty Talk, Scorched, Cayenne, En Fuego, Ashes, Ember

Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipstick Swatches and Tutorials

Thankfully, the Naked Heat has been released to influencers so they have been doing their best to post tutorials for this product. Here are some swatches all of the Vice Lipstick shades and 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils in different skin tones.

Fair “Pale” Skin Tone: NikkieTutorials

NikkieTutorials / Youtube

Heat Vice Lipstick Swatches from L to R: Fuel, Scorched, Heat

Fair “Asian” Skin Tone: Rena Chan Le

Rena Chan Le / YouTube

24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Swatches and Heat Vice Lipstick Swatches from Top to Bottom: Alkaline, Torch, Heat, Scorched, Fuel

Fair-Medium Skin Tone: FromHeadToToe

 

FromHeadToToe / Youtube

24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Swatches from L to R: Torch, Alkaline

FromHeadToToe / Youtube

Heat Vice Lipstick Swatches from L to R: Scorched, Fuel, Heat

Deep Skin Tone: Ellarie

Ellarie / YouTube

Heat Vice Lipstick Swatches from Top to Bottom: Heat, Scorched, Fuel

The Heat Collection

According to Glamour, the OG makeup brand will also be releasing an Urban Decay Naked Heat Collection that includes three Vice Lipsticks in (Fuel, Heat, and Scorched) and two 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils in Alkaline and Torch.

Naked Heat Release/Sale Date and Prices

The Naked Heat Palette launches on independence day, June 12 on the Urban Decay website. But if it’s sold out by then, the Urban Decay Naked Heat Collection will be up for sale on June 30.

The Naked Heat Palette costs $54. The Vice Lipsticks are priced at $17 per piece while the 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils are at $20 each.

Tbh I don’t know what you’re waiting for. Go mark your calendars right now.

Abby

Loves the sunrise but wakes up late. Also uses too many adjectives.

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