It's undeniable, Urban Decay are king when it comes to eyeshadow palettes; we don't know anyone who hasn't tried (and loved) their iconic Naked palettes, so we could not contain our excitement when the latest offering from the brand landed on our desks.
The Naked Heat palette houses 12 incredible new amber hued neutral shades, including warm browns, burnt oranges and shimmering rose golds that are to die for; trust us, you will love them.
With glimmering copper and a shade-shifting bronze, this baby has everything you need to create sultry daytime looks as well as intense, smouldering evening styles - hello hen party make-up!
There's no question how fab this palette is, but we wondered, how would it look on different skin tones? We roped in three willing testers, and tried it out on a super pale skin tone, a medium skin tone and a darker skin tone to see which shades came out on top.
From left to right the shades are Ounce, an ivory shimmer, Chaser, a slight nude matte, Sauced, a soft terracotta matte, Low Brow, a brown matte, Lumbre, a copper summer with gold pearl shine, He Devil, a burnt red matte, Dirty Talk, a metallic burnt red, Scorched, a metallic deep red with gold micro-hummer, Cayenne, a deep terra cotta matte, En Fuego, a burgundy matte, Ashes, a deep reddish brown and lastly, Ember, a deep metallic copper burgundy.
Despite all having different skin tones, we were unanimous that the shimmering shades like Scorched, Lumbre and Dirty Talk were our favourites.
The pigmentation is amazing; only a tiny bit of product created the most dramatic looks and while we didn't love the matte shades, it's obvious that a skilled hand could create some incredible eye shadow looks by blending them.
We also loved how Ounce could double up as a highlighter on darker skinned make-up lovers.
If you're not keen on rocking a bold bridal beauty look, we just know these hues would look incredible on a sun soaked honeymoon.
The palette is available from July 27th, for £39.50. Hurry though, we predict a sell out!